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Re: “It's official

If there were to be a poll taken tonight. There would be more standing for the freedom of expresson than those which oppose such. I believe such would be covered under the freedom of speech. As for the person who fired her, he has not seen as much as he would like. To think least he would have not become upset about the photos or worried about people trying to check themselves into the jail to see her. Come on, has anyone ever put themselves into such a situation to see a lady semi nude? To say something like that shows the mentality of the person. I believe he has no idea of who the American people are. Question, do you know anyone who has ever photo copied any parts of their bodies on a copy machine? Did you consider such to be pornography and more importantly, did the courts? Doubtful. If the Courts do not, then it is not. Simple, clear and true. There is truely no room for an opinion to be rendered by one person in such circumstances. Has the person or corporation who published the photos been charged with pornography charges?........ No, she did nothing wrong. It is our rights under the constitution to do as we wish within the realm of law.

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Posted by old man vice on 07/16/2010 at 6:31 PM

Re: “It's official

I believe from an old law enforcement point of view such might be considered wrong. However, I have not seen her photo's and doubt if they are tasteless. In fact I would bet they were not considered to be illegal in anyway as she did not face any criminal charges, or least none reported. She is a lovely lady and the human body is beautiful to say the least. She has the right to do what she wants on her personal time and as long as she has not violated any moral or ethical requirements, which I am sure she did not, as such can only be set forth in a contract in an obscure manner to only allow for any opinion to be used to reach such a judgement. I don not believe they had any right to fire her. She did nothing that violates the laws of the United States and therefore has the same rights as all people. Just because we have our religions does not give us the right to impose them upon other persons around us. It is just not allowed nor can such ever be allowed. From an old vice detective. Have a great day! :)

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Posted by old man vice on 07/16/2010 at 6:10 PM


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