Newsgroups: alt.culture.alaska, alt.fan.rush-limbaugh, alt.politics.homosexuality, alt.atheism, nyc.politics
From: Obwon <Ob...@real.com>
Date: Wed, 16 May 2012 08:55:18 -0400
Local: Wed, May 16 2012 8:55 am
Subject: Re: Homosexuals celebrate! Viewing child pornography online not a crime: New York court ruling
On Tue, 15 May 2012 19:16:01 +0000 (UTC), Doug Canner
<inva...@not-for-mail.invalid> wrote:The court did not rule against the "live" evidence, they
>On 11 May 2012, "Benny Frank" <bennyfr...@shaw.ca> posted some
>> Marist College...a culture dish of liberal disease
>> In a controversial decision that is already sparking debate
>> "The purposeful viewing of child pornography on the internet is
>> The decision came after Marist College professor James D. Kent
>> Whenever someone views an image online, a copy of the image's
>> The ruling attempts to distinguish between individuals who see
>> "Merely viewing Web images of child pornography does not, absent
>> See a copy of the court's full ruling on the child pornography
>> The court said it must be up to the legislature, not the courts,
>> As The Atlantic Wire notes, under current New York law, "it is
>> "[S]ome affirmative act is required (printing, saving,
>> The case originated when Kent brought his computer in to be
>Of course he wouldn't. No liberal professor would ever view child porn.
>Former Duke employee Frank Lombard was sentenced to 27 years in prison
>Previously the associate director for the Health Inequalities Program at
>The former professor was arrested in June during an Internet sting
>According to an affidavit filed by the undercover officer, Lombard
>Lombard, an employee at Duke for 10 years, was placed on administrative
merely ruled that, material that could wind up on a
computer without your consent, could not be used to support
a charge, all by itself.
Don't you wonder what they'll find if you take your computer
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