My first instinct was to shrug the call off, to regard it as unnecessary alarmism. But the caller was a lawyer I respect, and would turn to in a heartbeat if a family member were injured. I told him I would mull the matter overnight and then get back to him.

Were the pictures in his possession child pornography? Dare he send them to his adversary in a dog bite case?

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