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A father who forced his children to watch hard-core porn, including group sex can’t be charged under Texas law according to the Randall County District Attorney. The children are and 8 and 9 year-old daughters whose father, divorced from the mother “made them watch adults having group sex and various other acts at his home in Amarillo. The parents of the girls, and their 7-year-old sister, are divorced and share custody.”
Texans do everything big, including making bigger mistakes than who they vote in for Governor. The law allows parents to show “harmful material” to their children. Which this lawyer-prosecutor believes sanctions parents showing porn to their children. Here in Iowa we make a distinction between educational materials and those considered pornography. The one is to educate the other In this instance the facts might lead one to conclude the parent’s actions fit in the prurient interests category. Most
“An appeal to "prurient" interest is an appeal to a morbid, degrading and unhealthy interest in sex, as distinguished from a mere candid interest in sex.”
In most states they look at the goal to be achieved and perhaps this father sees group sex as a way to achieve his goal of sex education. Apparently the mother, who wanted her ex jailed, wasn’t too happy.
Pornography is the depiction of sexual behavior that is intended to arouse sexual excitement in its audience. During the twentieth century, Americans debated whether pornographic material should be legally protected or banned.
So the question remains, what was his intention? So when Texas officials aren't beating up on injured people what else do they do? It appears they've found the Internet...
HOUSTON – March 2009
Brooks Schuelke, an attorney from Austin with Perlmutter & Schuelke writes about a scaffolding collapse at Austin’s 21 Rio Condo Project. Here in the Lombardi Law Firm site we have discussed scaffolding safety on several occasions. We stand by what we’ve stated and what attorney Schuelke writes in his post, Scaffold Collapse At Austin's 21 Rio Condo Project Demonstrates The Need For Fall Safety Systems, June 10, 2009.
... 1910.28(a)(6). Any scaffold damaged or weakened from any cause shall be immediately repaired and shall not be used until repairs have been completed. ... 101k
Another death resulted in a fall from a swinging scaffold hear Thompson, Iowa. A Minnesota man was working on a construction ... 101k
... Two Indiana construction workers fell 40 feet to the ground when the scaffold they were working on collapsed. The scaffold had a ... 101k
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