Accused Teacher Denies Surfing for Porn at School Pornography that appeared on a classroom computer could land a teacher in jail for up to 40 years. Julie Amero says she wasn't surfing for porn during her seventh-grade class.
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Accused Teacher Denies Surfing for Porn at School

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Accused Teacher Denies Surfing for Porn at School

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Accused Teacher Denies Surfing for Porn at School

Accused Teacher Denies Surfing for Porn at School

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Pornography that appeared on a classroom computer could land a teacher in jail for up to 40 years. Julie Amero says she wasn't surfing for porn during her seventh-grade class.

Her lawyer claims the images popped up because of spyware on the school's unprotected network.