Gov. Walker discusses DOJ missed child porn cases

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by John Cuoco

 MILWAUKEE- Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker said he's willing to help the Department of Justice if their internal review says it needs the state's assistance.

This all comes after at least three cases of men accused of possessing child pornography somehow slipped through the cracks.

The DOJ said there was some negligence on the part of their staff.

The issues sparked an internal review by the DOJ.

 

The DOJ said "our ongoing review of cases indicates it wasn’t acted upon as promptly as it should’ve been."

 

 

 

 

 

 

To date, two special agents have been reassigned and more disciplinary action is possible.

Walker said depending on the review, he would be willing to help with resources if needed.

The DOJ review is still ongoing.

CBS 58's previous report HERE

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