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Boston Philharmonic Orchestra Director Arrested for Child Porn and Rape of 1-Year-Old
The world-renown Boston Philharmonic Youth Orchestra is in the news, and it's not related to music; this time after a lead director for the group has been arrested for child pornography and the rape of a one-year-old child.
The shocking allegations come against 71-year-old David St. George who is now charged for the receipt and possession of child pornography.
The United States Attorney's Office for the District of Massachusetts is now in charge of the case, with the full backing of the Department of Justice (DOJ).
Court documents suggest that Homeland Security Investigations in Boston received information regarding an online storage account which was suspected of containing child pornography.
After tracking the IP address of the account, it displayed that St. George's residence was the location responsible for the original transmission, which would then prompt an investigation into his online history.
The Department of Justice would then contact the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force (ICAC), who organized a collaborative investigative effort with the DOJ.
The joint operation monitored all activities by David St. George, which would then uncover a disturbing 83 images and videos of the sexual abuse of a one-year-old girl.
With the identification of the victim through the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, law enforcement agencies had a victim to use as probable cause for a search warrant.
Upon execution of the search warrant at the residence of David St. George, authorities would find thousands of files of child pornography.
Some of the videos had been recorded by St. George himself, depicting the rapes of children between the ages of six and eight-years-old.
The Boston Philharmonic's managing director, Elisabeth Christensen, said on Tuesday they've suspended St. George without pay pending further investigation.
"Boston Philharmonic has taken measures to ensure the safety of its youth orchestra members and if any of them were ever alone with St. George," Christensen said.
Boston Philharmonic issued a second statement with answers to those questions.
"We are as alarmed and surprised as everyone. The safety of our young musicians is our primary concern," Christensen added.