Flanagan Created Gay Porn Websites

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Vester L. Flanagan, the gay black man who murdered a white television reporter and cameraman as they conducted a live interview on WDBJ in Roanoke, Virginia, created gay porn websites between 2007 and 2008.

Flanagan, who kept a “Gay Pride” flag in his apartment, as well as gay porn, and unwashed sex toys, created seven domain names for seven different sites that featured gay porn or gay webcams, according to CNN.

CNN stated that Flanagan began creating the websites on September 4, 2007, and continued until January 22, 2008. Flanagan’s LinkedIn profile revealed that at the time he created the porn sites, he was employed as the “communications director” for a Web company called NDG Interactive. He used his name and address listed in Vallejo, CA when he registered the domain names.

According to FOX 40, Flanagan’s resume listed his employer as NDG Interactive in Sacramento between 2004 and 2012.

CNN reported that one of the sites boasted it had a place “where you can talk live on video chat cam with your favorite gay hunks, pro and amateur models.” One Flanagan email was shown on a basketball blog looking for “live webcam models” with “nice bodies.” The blog salivated that the models “must be attractive & muscular.”

The sites are apparently defunct, according to CNN.

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