Investigators are continuing to review the pornographic images allegedly found on former Manhattan Criminal Court Judge James D. Gibbons' work computer. Gibbons resigned mid-month after the "massive" amount of images was found during routine courthouse monitoring. A law enforcement source told the Post, "The girls definitely look underage...[But] If she looks 14, is she really 14? Or is she 17, and so it's not illegal?"

Another source added, "These appear to be from illegal sites, with illegal content," but it's unclear whether the ages of the photographs' subjects can be verified. In NY, it's illegal to have pornographic images of someone under 16. The Daily News staked out the 47-year-old judge's Park Slope apartment, which he shares with Legal Aid attorney Jeanne Emhoff, who recently gave birth to their son. A 34-year-old father told the News, "Just to be in the same building, it's extremely shocking. We're hoping that the allegations are untrue."

A News editorial also dubs him "Porn Judge" and says he's the definition of a Knucklehead for looking at porn (let alone allegedly underage porn) at work: "Someday a Newton or an Einstein will find scientific proof for the First Law of Knucklehead Dynamics. That being: Sexual obsession and IQ move in inverse proportion. As the former increases, the latter decreases." Well, according to one study, about a third of Americans check out porn from work—one psychotherapist told Businessweek a couple years ago, "The peak hours for Internet porn use are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. You've got the ease of access. In some cases, it's like the company putting a six-pack on an alcoholic's desk, and saying, 'Here, don't drink it.'"