Adler says that study is controversial, but Amy's lawyer insists the person who views the photos creates an incentive for violence against children. Amy first became aware of the photos in , when she began receiving victim notifications from government - now up to in all - which were mandated by the Victims of Crime Act. Now, distrusting, she shuns the generosity of others and fears getting a driver's license. They say that in that year alone, the Misty series was viewed by more than 8,, showing Amy forced to perform "extremely graphic" acts, including oral sex, anal penetration and masturbation with an adult man. He actually harmed the child," said Amy Adler, a professor at New York University Law School who specializes in first amendment law and pornography. All this Amy described in the victim-impact statement Marsh urged her to write. In , Marsh helped update a federal law that gives victims the right to sue anyone who produces, distributes or possess their child sex abuse images. After the abuse her uncle would give her beef jerky, once a favorite snack, but now it evokes "feelings of panic, guilt," she said.
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