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“I was supposed to be the successful child,” he told a prison psychologist. “When asked to describe adult relationships with women,” the psychologist wrote, “he appeared to be making up details of these as he spoke.” On the Internet, John said, “I can be whoever I want to be.”John’s father, an engineer, said that he would have disowned his son if he had been the one “standing behind the camera, taking the pictures.” But he forgave him for “acting like a schmuck.” In 2003, after completing his prison term, John moved into his parents’ suburban home and began a three-year term of probation; he was not allowed to use the Internet or to go places where children congregate.