Tech Industry Federal case may redefine child porn Justice Department indicts a photographer over a site that posted photos of clothed minors--a case that has raised First Amendment issues. Pierson's Web site boasted he has the "most wonderful wife in the world and two fantastic daughters. In a federal indictment announced this week, the U. Department of Justice accused Pierson, 43, of being a child pornographer--even though even prosecutors acknowledge there's no evidence he has ever taken a single photograph of an unclothed minor. Rather, they argue, his models struck poses that were illegally provocative.
Myths that have been fed to the media, and the public, by the MOJ. The ones who are victims of police and Crown Prosecution Service CPS blunders and this finger pointing, blame gaming society that we now live in. These are the people who, under the proposed changes to our criminal justice system, would probably be advised to plead guilty and end up with a criminal record and possibly serving time. NB this is a true story. In the beginning Exhibit A was a retired man, in his early 70s. Married for over 40 years.
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I think one of the tricky things with stuff like this is that the way the laws tend to be approached is by very arbitrary things: And that's not so great. Not only does it mean things like this go as they are, though they appear to be very exploitive, it also tends to result in cases which have happened where parents get charged with making child porn by developing family photos they took of their kids in the bathtub with no sexual motivation whatsoever. A site of a year-old in costumes generally intended for fetish models, making substantial money from posing for such from a demographic of adult men is clearly not the same arena as cute family bathtub photos. The purpose of this stuff is pretty clear here: