(WASHINGTON, D.C.) - A federal grand jury has returned a 35-count indictment against 12 individuals, including two from Indiana, who allegedly were involved in a global child pornography ring.
Officials say the group utilized sophisticated encryption methods to avoid detection and traded over 400,000 images and videos of child sexual abuse.
The two Hoosiers named in the indictments are: 54-year-old Gary Lakey of Anderson and 33-year-old Marvin Lambert of Indianapolis.
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