Wednesday, May 04, 2005

ACLU Supports Child Rape Advocacy

I was wandering aroung Mere Comments when I found this with a link to Remembering Jeffrey Curley at Crux Magazine. The actions of the ACLU are disgusting beyond belief.
You see, the ACLU has taken up the defense of the North American Man-Boy Love Association (NAMBLA) in a civil suit filed by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Curley. The Curleys claim that the murderer of their son, Charles Jaynes, was driven by NAMBLA materials to murder, and the Curleys claim that NAMBLA bears at least some responsibility for his action.

According to the Curley’s attorney, Larry Frisoli, NAMBLA is not merely a group lobbying Congress for legal change (a perfectly Constitutional act), or printing fictional accounts of man-boy love—they are actively training their members to rape and abuse young boys.

In an interview with DeRoy Murdock, Frisoli explained that pamphlets like NAMBLA’s “The Survival Manual: The Man’s Guide to Staying Alive in Man-Boy Sexual Relationships” aid and abet felonious conduct, telling members “where to go to have sex with children . . . when to leave America [if one gets caught] and how to rip off credit card companies to get cash to finance your flight.” Materials such as these were found in Jaynes’ possession; his diary noted that they were influential in his decision to molest children, and the Curley’s believe NAMBLA should be held accountable for their perverse willingness to promote such conduct.

The ACLU disagrees. They claim NAMBLA’s pamphlets are free speech.

This is not civil liberties advocacy, it is insanity. Just as I cannot post web materials like “Bombs Away: A User's Guide to Firebombing the ACLU’s Massachusetts Headquarters,” the men at NAMBLA have no Constitutional right to post online descriptions of juvenile abduction and molestation techniques, and assuredly have no amnesty in relation to civil, as opposed to criminal, claims. The fact that the ACLU is wasting money on such a defense while real First Amendment violations occur every day should be an offense to its members and a sign of the organization's growing superfluity and hypocrisy.
Go read it all. John Coleman is touching and sensitive in his portrayal of young Jeffrey Curley

He is also rightly condemnatory of the evil ACLU.

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