Read it and weep:
The line for acceptable behavior when it comes to child pornography just got blurrier in New York. The state's highest court just ruled that viewing child porn online isn't a crime, the Associated Press reports.Conversely it makes NY more attractive to a certain class of
The decision came down in a hearing for James D. Kent. In 2007 a virus scan of Kent's computer uncovered child porn. Kent, 65, a former professor of public administration at Marist College, was subsequently convicted of 134 counts of possessing child porn and two counts of procuring it. He was sentenced to one to three years imprisonment.
The New York Court of Appeals' ruling dismissed two of Kent's possession charges because he only looked at the material.
I'd say as a state we're going down the tubes but I am afraid it would give tubes a bad name.
So tell me son, now that it's okay to look at child porn in New York, how about trying on those Bugs Bunny Butt Plugs I got you last Christmas, hmmmm?
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