By the Daily Post staff
A Menlo Park doctor appeared in U.S. District Court in San Francisco this morning (Aug. 20) on a charge of possession of child pornography, according to prosecutors.
Joseph Andrew Mollick, 58, used the social media application Kik to upload an image depicting child pornography, federal prosecutors said. They added that he possessed on his Apple iCloud account hundreds of images and videos of child pornography.
At the end of today’s hearing, Magistrate Judge Joseph Spero agreed to release Mollick on $50,000 unsecured bond.
Homeland Security identified Mollick after issuing subpoenas to Comcast, his internet provider, and Apple. Apple provided the media files from Mollick’s iCloud account.
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