Gay porn sites registered to Virginia shooter

Story highlights

  • Several domain names appear linked to Vester Flanagan
  • All appear to be sites related to gay pornography
  • Sites appear no longer active

(CNN)The man who murdered a television reporter and cameraman on live television set up websites that featured gay porn, according to records obtained by CNN.

Beginning on September 4, 2007, the records show that Vester L. Flanagan II set up domain names for seven different sites.
CNN found that Flanagan used his name and address in Vallejo, California, to register the sites. The last site registration from Flanagan was on January 22, 2008.
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At the time of the site registrations, Flanagan was working as the "communications director" for a Web company called NDG Interactive, according to his LinkedIn profile.
The sites registered by Flanagan were all associated with gay porn or gay webcams. He is listed on the website domain registrations as both the administrative and technical contact.
One of the sites, according to an Internet archive search, offered a place "where you can talk live on video chat cam with your favorite gay hunks, pro and amateur models."
An email that Flanagan used when he set up the sites was also used on a basketball blog soliciting "live webcam models" with "nice bodies." It said the models "must be attractive & muscular."
The sites no longer appear active.