Monday, December 06, 2004

So Much For Plan B

Via SCOTUSblog:
In another action on Monday, the Supreme Court ruled unanimously that a police officer has no constitutional right to make and sell a videotape of himself stripping off his uniform and then engaging in sexually explicit acts. In a summary decision, without ordering briefs or holding oral argument, the Court said "this is not a close case."

See also, We're Not in G-Rated Kansas Anymore:
Even so, the Lion's Den stood out as flagrantly provocative, with its garish black-and-yellow billboards, its ads on country and western radio stations and its huge stock of blow-up dolls and battery-powered sex partners.

"This is not your Playboy of 30 years ago. This is porn on crack," said Phillip Cosby, a local activist. "There's no end to the depravity."

1 Comments:

Blogger Roughly Speaking... said...

Well, that rules out police officer as a future career. The question is whether mailmen can do the same acts.

December 6, 2004 at 3:44 PM  

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