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Wrong Christopher Pelloski?

Christopher E. Pelloski

Associate Professor, Department of Radiation Oncology and Department of Neurosurgery

James Cancer Hospital

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James Cancer Hospital

300 West 10th Avenue, Suite 519

Columbus, Ohio,43210

United States

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Director of Pediatric Cancer Radiation Program

The Ohio State University


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Predator Alert: Professors and Doctors Who Are Child Porn Monsters » Americans for Truth

americansfortruth.com [cached]

And Dr. Christopher Pelloski, a pediatric radiation oncologist at Ohio State University and the father of five- year-old twins, was arrested on charges of possession of child porn involving the rape of very young children.
He received just a year in federal prison.


www.norwalkreflector.com

U.S. District Judge James Graham handed down the sentence for Dr. Christopher E. Pelloski, 40, who also must register as a sex offender and pay a $10,000 fine.
He could have received a 10-year prison sentence. Pelloski directed the pediatric radiation-oncology program at the Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital at Ohio State University and treated children referred to the James by Nationwide Children's Hospital from 2010 until he stepped down in July. He pleaded guilty in November to the charge after investigators linked his computer address to a pornographic movie featuring a 7-year-old girl performing oral sex on an adult male. Investigators began identifying suspected child pornography that had been downloaded to the doctor's home computer in October 2012, and observed multiple files being downloaded there from March to July 2013, according to a search warrant. During a July 16 search at his Roxbury Road home in Upper Arlington, investigators recovered several computers and USB drives and found 85 child-porn files. Pelloski admitted he'd also downloaded child pornography to an OSU laptop he used, the search warrant says. A pre-sentence investigation recommended he be sentenced to a four-year prison term, noting that it appeared he had been viewing child pornography for as long as six years and some of what he viewed involved young children having sex with adults, some involving bondage, according to court records. "But his life should not be defined solely by this offense," it said, noting that Pelloski is a renowned pediatric oncologist who has worked for years to find a cure for cancer. It said he is being treated by several mental-health doctors and asked for a lenient sentence. He agreed in August to an indefinite suspension of his medical license in Ohio.


www.jacksonsun.com

Pelloski, the former director of Ohio State University's pediatric cancer radiation program, said he also added to the pain felt by families whose children he was treating, since they had to wonder if he had ever harmed their children.
"I've generated a lot of harm and I've hurt those who loved me the most," Pelloski said. The government found no evidence that Pelloski committed crimes with children under his care. Graham also fined Pelloski $10,000, placed him on federal supervision for five years after his release from prison and strictly restricted his future Internet use. Pelloski must also register as a sex offender. Pelloski said he hopes to get a job researching cancer cures and become an anti-child pornography advocate. Graham said his goal was imposing a sentence strict enough to reflect the seriousness of the crime but taking into account several positive things about Pelloski, including his career spent researching and treating childhood cancer. Graham allowed Pelloski, 40, to stay free on bond and report to a federal prison in two months. Evidence against Pelloski included two graphic videos and about 85 images of child pornography, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office.


www.the-daily-record.com

Christopher Pelloski has cited a troubled childhood and his own sexual abuse as a boy as he seeks a lighter sentence.
He faces sentencing Friday before federal Judge James Graham in Columbus. The sentencing had been postponed to give defense attorneys more time to gather additional character witnesses to testify about Pelloski's work against childhood brain cancer. Pelloski is the former director of Ohio State University's pediatric cancer radiation program. His attorneys say he compensated for his childhood by becoming an overachiever but also dealt with stress by abusing alcohol.


www.upi.com

Lawyers for Christopher Pelloski, a specialist in pediatric cancer, said he viewed child pornography in a "misguided attempt" to deal with his own history of sexual abuse.
Dr. Christopher Pelloski could have received as much as 10 years in federal prison. Pelloski headed the pediatric radiation-oncology program at the Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital at Ohio State University. He admitted when he pleaded guilty last year that he downloaded pornography on a university laptop as well as on his home computer. Defense lawyers said Pelloski had been sexually abused when he was a child and called his pornography consumption "a misguided attempt at processing his own abuse and repressed memories." Pelloski agreed last year to the indefinite suspension of his Ohio medical license.


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