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Oh, I would say that when it comes to protection of free expression, my beliefs are pretty fundamental: When the Constitution says Congress shall pass "No law" abridging the freedom of speech, I take it at its word!
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These answers assume that the material is actually covered by Section 2257, for example, that it includes depictions of real people having actual or simulated actual penetrative sex, masturbation, or lascivious
Your first question asked about selling bestiality content. That's where I put my focus. It's important to repeat: the federal statutes do not criminalize bestiality content by name. If they did, there
So far as I know, there are no statutes, federal or state. particularly identifying bestiality content by name as criminal. The prosecution of all sexually explicit content falls under more general obscenity
Over the past fifteen years or so, I've been involved in this issue - but almost all the time, representing the photographer or the website. So, I have a pretty intimate knowledge of the issues and you're
It is a federal crime to knowingly receive obscene images - through a law that is very, very rarely enforced - and when it's been used by federal prosecutors lately, it's been used against knowingly receiving