Former H-E-B exec found guilty on 48 counts in child porn case

SAN ANTONIO – A former H-E-B executive was found guilty on 48 counts of promoting child pornography on Wednesday.

The founder of H-E-B's Central Market, 63-year-old John Morgan Campbell, was indicted on 61 child pornography charges, according to the Bexar County district clerk.

Jurors found him guilty of 48 counts and not guilty on 5 counts. The charges stem from 2014 where Campbell is accused of possessing nude pictures of underage boys.

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