Jury convicts Elkhart man on child trafficking charges

Jun. 4—SOUTH BEND — Khalil Jackson, 25, of Elkhart was convicted following a jury trial in federal court, Acting U.S. Attorney Gary T. Bell announced Friday.

U.S. District Court Judge Damon Leichty presided over the four-day trial. The jury found Jackson guilty of various federal charges arising out of conduct involving human trafficking of a minor victim: specifically, Count 1, sex trafficking of a minor, Count 2, production of child pornography, Count 3, transportation of child pornography, Count 4, possession of child pornography, and Count 5, cyberstalking.

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