He makes it back to earth safely, but doubtless completely embarrassed — in addition to the two helping the boy pull down the cord at the beginning, there are at least three other people watching, visible in the background. His attorney did not respond to requests for comment. On that page was the following statement: One afternoon last May, I met a Homeland Security Investigations special agent named Tim last name not published due to the undercover nature of his work at his office in a bank building in downtown Seattle. It turned out Emerich had a client, a retro underwear company from Washington state, that needed boy models. All of the other images on the website were of underwear. Old underwear should be tossed out.
Tim said child erotica sites often offer some sort of legitimate product, but actually make their money selling catalogs, videos and other materials that feature the child models.
An underwear maker, his boy models and the man who tried to stop him
After we talked that afternoon on Queen Anne, I had enough biographical information about Murphy to check his background. Only professional contracted models are selected and parents of the young boys are present during all photo shoots. Those are the words of Julie Kays, a former senior deputy King County prosecutor who handled sexual assault and child pornography cases. Before we ended our two-hour phone call last May, Anderson mentioned that he often videotaped the photo shoots with the boy models. The man who had identified the models and was calling the schools and the police was a retired teacher and former foster parent named Patrick Murphy. What you wear underneath really can matter. I called, emailed and texted.