Man busted at airport with child porn in suitcase, police say

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Notice to all air passengers: There's no such thing as privacy in an airport. The chances of having your bag fully searched at the airport these days is pretty high. So you'd think someone who chooses to look at child porn might decide to leave his photos back at home while he travels. Some people can't kick their habits apparently.

The 62-year-old Bloomington man, Bruce Carlton Johnson, is charged with felony possession of pornographic work involving a minor after TSA employees at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport marked his bag for a search and discovered the sexual photos of minors.

When officers questioned him, he said his "life was over," according to KSTP.

When police searched his home, they confiscated a computer and found close to 2,000 photos of child porn. He could spend up to five years in prison and a $5,000 fine if convicted.

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