Former Alberta child protection worker found guilty of child porn, voyeurism

A former school counsellor in northern Alberta has been found guilty of possessing child pornography and voyeurism.
Jason Keough was found not guilty of making child pornography and sexual touching.
A 20-year-old male who lived with Keough in Athabasca, testified that Keough told him his then 16-year-old girlfriend could only stay over if the couple made sex tapes.
He testified they made seven or eight videos, and Keough kept all of them.
The male testified he felt ``awful'' making the videos, and the girlfriend described the situation as ``disgusting.''
Keough spent 18 months as a native education counsellor at Edwin Parr Composite High School in Athabasca and was a child and protection worker with Alberta Child and Family Services, but was fired when the charges were laid.