Labrador Morning | Sep 13, 2012 | 4:45

Details of Child Pornography Charges Against Teacher Mark White

We now know what led to child pornography charges against a Labrador teacher. Mark White has pleaded guilty to a variety of offences. And with that guilty plea come the details on exactly what happened. The CBC's Peter Cowan has been looking over them and joins us live this morning. A warning: some of those details may be disturbing to some listeners.

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