It’s Not OK
PENNSYLVANIA – Three teenage girls were charged with peddling child porn when they were caught sending semi-nude pictures of themselves via their cell phones. The ACLU, defender of America, filed suit stating that it was “unconstitutional.” They didn’t say what ‘it’ was. They don’t have to anymore. They just show up and say ‘it’s’ unconstitutional, and most recipients of this threat simply cave. They did note that a successful charge could land the girls on the sex-offender data base for 10 years.Here is a quote from Witold Walczak, legal director for the ACLU in Pennsylvania,
“That’s a heck of a lesson for a kid who probably doesn’t even realize she is doing something wrong,” he said.
Do tell. But if a kid doesn’t know that emailing naked pictures around is wrong, isn’t some kind of lesson in order?
This Just In
National ACLU chapter sues Pennsylvania chapter director Witold Walcsak for commenting that something was “wrong.”
“Saying something is wrong is a clear reference to a moral code, which is a naked attempt to invoke religion which is unconstitutional.”
It is nice to know our Constitution is so well defended.