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Army Recruiter Charged in Nude Photo Case

FALLON, NV-September 27, 2005 - An Army recruiter is supposed to try to get people in uniform.
But former recruiter Richard Cory Asher is accused of doing just the opposite. He faces charges of taking nude pictures of high school girls who were interested in joining the military.

He's been bound over for trial after a preliminary hearing in Fallon, Nevada.

Asher was immediately removed from his recruiting position and banned from high schools.

Investigators say they found digital pictures of a 17-year-old girl engaged various sex acts. The girl told investigators she consented to the X-rated photos. But she was underage at the time, so authorities say Asher will face child pornography charges.


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Do your research before being an asshole. I am the 17 year old, and I MARRIED that man. We are expecting a child in october, not to mention the fact that he doesn't have a single mark on his record. He has been defending this country for 17 years and has been to combat 3 times. There are plenty of sick criminals out there, and they get lesser punishment than he is looking at. How is THAT justice? I am making a ruckus now, and I will make an even bigger one if my husband goees to prison and misses out on his son's or daughter's life because of some jack-ass mormon DA. Yeah, I said it, because I've met this guy, and he really is a jack ass. I walked into his office, still 17, and he just could NOT take hi eyes off my chest. At least my husband has the courtesy to look me in the eyes when he is talking to me. He is a good man and an amazing husband, and anyone who thinks otherwise can kiss my ass! Get your facts right. There was one sex act depicted, and I wasn't the naked one. You can't always trust the media, or the police for that matter. You know what the responding officer said? No crime was committed. So how is it that they can still try him in court if there was no fucking crime?! Justice? Our "justice" system is a joke.

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