Niagara Gazette —
“This has been a nightmare for myself and my family,” Buffone said, “I did not ever view, possess or download (child pornography).”
While acknowledging there were issues relating to the evidence in the case, Zucco said a forensic analysis of Buffone’s work computer showed that between April 2009 and March 2010, there were eight Google searches for “child pornography.”
Roscetti said Buffone admitted, in his plea, to using his work computer for personal emails. Zucco disputed that, saying what Buffone actually pleaded guilty to was viewing adult pornography on his work computer.
Buffone left his employment with the United Way In May 2010.