Saying “Scooby Doo” at the drive-through window of a North Side Wendy’s might have brought certain patrons something extra in their fries — a memory card with videos of child pornography.
Juan Antonio Rosa, 36, was sentenced to more than 21 years in federal prison for distributing child pornography in an unusual fashion.
He took orders for child porn from people he met on social networking sites, downloaded two to five videos of it onto SD memory cards and sold the cards for $50 a pop at the Wendy’s
drive-through window, Assistant U.S. Attorney Tracy Thompson told the judge.
The exact location was not identified, but Thompson said Rosa, who had already served part of a five-year sentence for a state conviction of child pornography, would place the cards in the carton of fries for the customers he met online.
“It kind of gives new meaning to, ‘Would you like fries with that?’” Thompson said.
Those wanting the child porn would provide Rosa a code word, such as “Scooby Doo” or “(Expletive) on a Stick.”
Rosa, who faced a minimum of 15 years, apologized for his conduct to his family, including his two young daughters, before the judge gave him his 262-month sentence.
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