29 Apr '13, 9pm

Animal Crush Videos Are Protected by the First Amendment

Animal Crush Videos Are Protected by the First Amendment

Animal snuff films are protected by the First Amendment. Yes. Recording and exhibiting the torture and murder of animals is a constitutionally protected activity in the United States. This ruling comes courtesy of one Simeon Timothy “Sim” Lake , a judge in the U.S. District Court in Houston. Remember Enron ? Well, Judge Lake is the guy who gave executive Jeffrey Skilling the minimum possible sentence and vacated Ken Lay’s convictions, allowing his family to keep his ill-gotten gains. Thank heavens Lake’s is not the final say, since an appellate court and the Supreme Court could both overrule him. Lake’s chance to commit this abomination on American law came when a couple, Ashley Nicole Richards and Brent Justice, filmed Richards torturing puppies, kittens, rabbits and others to death. They were charged with criminal violations of a law that was passed by Congress in one of...

Full article: http://www.care2.com/causes/animal-crush-videos-are-prote...

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