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RE: O'reilly makes false accusations against the ACLU
BOSTON -- The ACLU, consistent to form, has decided to defend NAMBLA, the North American Man/Boy Love Association, as reported by both the Boston Globe and Associated Press last week. They will represent the group in a lawsuit that's been filed by the family of a slain 10-year-old boy.
The plaintiffs, the family of Jeffrey Curley, said that the NAMBLA website, which advocates sex between boys and adult men and the abolition of age-consent laws, incited the attempted molestation--and murder--of their boy in 1997. One of the two men convicted, Charles Jaynes, 25, reportedly viewed the website shortly before the murder, and had also read many of NAMBLA's publications. The second man convicted was Salvatore Sicari, who is 24.
The ACLU claims this is a case of freedom of speech and association. "For us, it is a fundamental First Amendment case," said John Roberts, executive director of the Massachusetts branch of the ACLU. "It has to do with communications on a website, and material that does not promote any kind of criminal behavior whatsoever."
Apparently, Mr Roberts doesn't know it is illegal to have sex with children. Once again, the ACLU is on the wrong side of justice.
The ACLU will act as a 'surrogate' in this case, which will allow the members of NAMBLA to defend themselves while remaining anonymous--thereby protecting these child molesters and adult/child sex advocates from any publicity, any suffering, at all. That's justice according to the ACLU.
At two separate trials in 1999, prosecutors proved that Jaynes and Sicari were 'sexually obsessed' with the boy. They lured him with the promise of a new bike, and then smothered him with a gasoline-soaked rag when Jeffrey resisted their sexual advances. Then they stuffed the little boy's body in a concrete-filled container and dumped him into a Maine river.
Sicari is serving a life sentence without parole; Jaynes' second-degree murder and kidnapping convictions mean he can seek parole in 2021. The family was awarded $328 million by a superior court jury in a civil suit against Jaynes and Sicari.
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