The 'Butner Study' Redux

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The 'Butner Study' Redux: A Report of the Incidence of Hands-on Child Victimization by Child Pornography was an April 2009 study by Michael L. Bourke and Andres E. Hernandez whose goal was to determine whether men whose known sexual offense history at the time of judicial sentencing involved the possession, receipt, or distribution of child abuse images, but did not include any “hands-on” sexual abuse, were “merely” collectors of child pornography at little risk for engaging in hands-on sexual offenses, or if they were contact sex offenders whose criminal sexual behavior involving children, with the exception of Internet crimes, went undetected.[1]