Baby sitter's bail revoked in child-porn case

June 8, 2009 9:46:40 AM PDT
A baby sitter's bail has been revoked but she won't be sentenced as scheduled this week in a federal child-pornography case in Philadelphia. A judge agreed to revoke Concetta Jackson's bail after young victims complained about running into her in Delaware County.

Jackson, of Colwyn, is one of three adults convicted in what the judge has called a "sociopathic" case of child pornography. Jackson and another woman procured young children for their sexual predator and sometime boyfriend, John Jackey Worman.

Worman is awaiting sentencing while defendant Dorothy Prawdzik is serving a 30-year term.

The 46-year-old Jackson faces a 15- to 30-year sentence. Her sentencing is on hold while she undergoes medical tests the defense has requested.

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