Eliot Cutler admitted to police they would find child porn in his home, Hancock DA says

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Former Maine gubernatorial candidate Eliot Cutler admitted to state police executing a search warrant at his Brooklin home on Wednesday that they would find child pornography on his electronic devices, the Hancock County district attorney said late Friday.

The account from District Attorney Matthew Foster in an interview with the Bangor Daily News is the most detailed one released so far from the Wednesday raid of Cutler’s homes in Brooklin and Portland. He alleges that police witnessed Cutler inform his wife, Melanie, that he was in possession of child pornography and gave them access to at least one device.

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