The Pennsylvania Superior Court isn’t buying the argument that a man who viewed child pornography on his computer, but didn’t save the images, couldn’t be charged with possession of child pornography.

A 7-2 en banc Superior Court panel in Commonwealth v. Diodoro reversed a prior three-judge panel that found there was not sufficient evidence to show Anthony Diodoro downloaded or saved the images of child pornography he viewed.

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