Cal Poly student accused of storing child porn

June 10, 2015
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Elliot Masami Yu Jing Kasadate

A 19-year-old Cal Poly student has allegedly been storing explicit images and video of children as young as eight to ten years old.

San Luis Obispo police arrested Elliot Masami Yu Jing Kasadate on Tuesday for possession of child pornography. Detectives say they found videos and pictures of children under 18 engaged in various stages of sexual conduct.

Many of the images contained children who appeared eight to ten years old, according to a police department news release. Detectives found the child pornography on Kasadate’s computer and other electronic devices he owned.

Police searched Kasadate’s home after receiving a tip from a local police detective who is affiliated with the Central California Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force. Kasadate lives in the 1500 block of El Tigre Court in San Luis Obispo.

Kasadate was home during the search, and detectives took him into custody. Investigators do not believe that anyone else at the residence possessed or shared the images and videos with Kasadate.

Police booked Kasadate in San Luis Obispo County with bail set at $35,000. Kasadate is no longer in custody, according to the jail website.


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8 Comments

  1. CentralcoastRN says:

    Reason #1,234,999 why parents act “helicopter” like.

    Pre-internet, it was pretty difficult for the pervy pedophile to get his hands on child porn. There was no free online sharing. People had to have access to kids and shoot polaroids and reel to reel film. Tough times for the poor perverts.

    Now, a person cannot quite post a cute picture of the kids at the beach without wondering is some pedophile will save that picture and use it for sexual gratification.

    This is yet more proof that you just can’t tell by looking what a “creepy pedophile” looks like. Hopefully he has not created victims, and if so, may he be tossed in to the general prison population.

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    • Dirk Anderson says:

      Perhaps I’m not quite thinking straight due to some allergy issues I’m presently experiencing, but here goes:

      Hopefully this local Cyber Perv Ranger Patrol what ever it is will use this material they have from this arrest to go get those who actually perpetrate these acts ( I would execute them). For all this Tech Savyness what the hell is the problem?

      I can’t tell from this article the level of involvement of this student ? There are plenty of big fish to fry, so fry them, whether they are: Judges, Law Enforcement, Clergy, Businessmen, System Administrators (yes!), Politicians, what ever Sick em.

      When this case is adjudicated hopefully if found guilty appropriate punishment is meted out from: counseling to fine, probation, jail whatever.

      I can’t help but notice I appear to be in the Child development Capital of the World. I do look creepy, I creep myself out. I have been called every name in the book in this town. This one comes in my direction, I’ll spit on you.

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  2. Dirk Anderson says:

    Seems to me Law Enforcement maybe use their Cyber Expertise to go after the producers and abusers? Why is it Priests, Ministers, and yes Law Enforcement seem to be involved in these sorts of activities more than other occupations? Maybe they are nipping it in the bud by going after this student? I can’t tell from this article.

    Technologically this raises all kinds of issues. Transparency for one. unbelievable what apparently is coming down the pike. Not only Law Enforcement, plenty in general population attempt to bait, and set up. Believe me I have run into them, this cell phone stasi with there games and ruses.

    Welcome to the Surveillance Super State, you ain’t seen nothing yet, and Law Enforcement and others ain’t above nothing.

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    • SamLouis says:

      “…Why is it Priests, Ministers, and yes Law Enforcement seem to be involved in these sorts of activities more than other occupations?…”

      It doesn’t “seem” that way to me at all. School teachers (both public and private) seem to lead the way in these sorts of crimes. I would be willing to bet dollars to dimes that FAR more teachers are arrested for this sort of thing than all the priests ministers and cops combined.

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      • OnTheOtherHand says:

        I would agree with you that cops are no more likely to be pedophiles than anyone else but, in terms of percentage, I bet priests/ministers are up there with teachers & coaches. I suspect that occupations that deal with children more often are more likely to attract pedophiles.

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      • Dirk Anderson says:

        Throw in Rabbis for good measure. School teachers numerically, I will give it to you, but percentage wise I’m not so sure?
        I was 13 living in Winnepeg, Canada. A certain attraction, mutual I might add obtained between myself and a certain female teacher, the stuff dreams are made of. As usual certain “fat body” ran interference and ruined the fantasy. Nothing physical ever came of it, but I would have died and gone to heaven if there had been. Prosecute? you kidding me? no exploitation, no predation involved far as I was concerned. Times are different.

        Much of contemporary culture disgusts me, I think I will leave it at that. I don’t think a preponderance of school teachers are involved in this shenanigans on the networks etc.

        Typically I don’t read or comment on these disturbing articles that show up here all to frequently. This one is a little different.

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  3. Rich in MB says:

    Another Day….Another Sex/Smut crime in our “happiest place” community.
    Sure looks to me that the “Sexual Revolution” didn’t turn out all that well, but don’t worry…it won’t affect your kids….or will it?

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    • OldNed says:

      The main difference is that before the “sexual revolution” this sort of thing would have been swept under the rug, along with crimes like rape and molestation committed by “funny uncles,” priests, coaches, boy scout troop leaders, and step-fathers. All the same crimes happened before the summer of love; they just weren’t reported as frequently.

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