SAN DIEGO (CBS 8) - There is new information in the case against a former Border Patrol union chief accused of fraud.
Investigators want more time with his computer, saying it holds a "staggering amount" of pornography.
More than four million images were found, including porn he allegedly downloaded while on the job.
Investigators have five digital evidence forensic experts from across the country working on the case.
In this News 8 video report, Shannon Handy spoke to a defense attorney not affiliated with the case, about this twist in the investigation.