For many, Google is a go-to source for fast facts, but its results aren’t always reliable — as demonstrated by a search for Southern District of Florida judges. As of Monday afternoon, Chief Judge K. Michael Moore’s name is incorrectly attributed to the mug shot of a Canadian defendant convicted of a serious crime.

Moore was a decorated prosecutor before being nominated to the federal bench by President George H.W. Bush in 1991, but a failure in search analytics has linked him with Canadian man Rene Roberge, convicted of sex tourism in Fort Lauderdale.

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