According to the findings of the investigation, none of Knizner’s students fit the profile of those alleged to have been victimized by his child pornographic activities.
The arrest of a Virginia middle school teacher on charges of allegedly engaging in child pornography was reportedly made public by the police department one week ago.
According to Fox 5, the Fairfax County Police Department has accused Kristine Knizner, a science teacher at Irving Middle School who also teaches general science, of having stuff on her Snapchat account that could be considered inappropriate for children.
According to The News God, the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) notified the Fairfax police department on Tuesday that someone using a Snapchat account with an IP address in Fairfax County had child sex abuse material. The IP address in question belonged to Fairfax County.
The IP address was found to be associated with the residence of Knizner in Springfield, according to the investigators. The execution of a search warrant led the investigators to the conclusion that Knizner was the only one present in the house.