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http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/07/04/jail-pornography-case-lawsuit-porn_n_889597.html?ref=fb&src=sp

A Michigan jail inmate says he's being subjected to cruel and unusual punishment because he can't have pornography.

In a handwritten lawsuit, 21-year-old Kyle Richards claims his civil rights are being violated at the Macomb County Jail. Richards says denying his request for erotic material subjects him to a "poor standard of living" and "sexual and sensory deprivation."

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Richards was charged with bank robbery after police followed a trail of snowy footprints and dropped money to his apartment from a bank robbery scene

What a freaking idiot.

First off if you have any sort of imagination then you probably don't need porn. Second, this is so stupid the person who decided this was newsworthy ought to be suspended

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The ego on this guy is really something. He robs a bank gets caught and then think that while in prison he is entitled to his preferred form of entertainment? I'm sure there are streets that need to be paved or cleaned. That should keep him occupied.

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You think that's crazy? Heck, we get crazier legal filings than that one every day.

You have to remember that guys stuck in prison for years have a lot of time on their hands. Some of them fill that time by filing pro per lawsuits about every little thing they can think of. Well, the ones that can't get their hands on porn do, anyway. :silly:

This lawsuit won't go anywhere. And he will file another one next week claiming that he suffers cruel and unusual punishment because the prison serves lima beans. No biggie.

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In a handwritten lawsuit, 21-year-old Kyle Richards claims his civil rights are being violated at the Macomb County Jail. Richards says denying his request for erotic material subjects him to a "poor standard of living" and "sexual and sensory deprivation."

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The judge should just make him shower with all the other inmates more often. :)

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Hey, I don't know.

After all, our current Supreme Court recently ruled that telling children that they need their parent's permission to buy representations of rape, violated the children's Freedom of Speech.

And the same court also ruled that telling drug companies that they can't buy my pharmacist's prescription information on me violates the drug company's Freedom of Speech.

And the same court also ruled that telling corporations that they can't give cash directly to politicians, violates the corporation's Freedom of Speech.

Obviously, we've got a bunch of ACLU types who are all gung ho to expand freedom of speech all over the place.

Granted, the plaintiff in this case is hampered by the fact that he isn't a corporation.

Maybe he should have incorporated himself, first.

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This guy is an idiot. But I think there is something to this. With rape in prison such a prevalent issue, doesn't it make sense to give inmates some sort of outlet? What is letting them have porn going to hurt?

I read something about a month back about how sexual crimes have gone down over the decades and many think it's because porn is so much easier to get.

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rape in prison is more uncommon than you may think

I'd agree with that to an extent. But it still happens and it is still a problem.

And I still fail to see how rape is ever funny.

---------- Post added July-4th-2011 at 06:47 PM ----------

http://reason.com/archives/2011/06/20/rape-factories

The U.S. Department of Justice recently released its first-ever estimate of the number of inmates who are sexually abused in America each year. According to the department’s data, which are based on nationwide surveys of prison and jail inmates as well as young people in juvenile detention centers, at least 216,600 inmates were victimized in 2008 alone. Contrary to popular belief, most of the perpetrators were not other prisoners but staff members—corrections officials whose job it is to keep inmates safe. On average, each victim was abused between three and five times over the course of the year. The vast majority were too fearful of reprisals to seek help or file a formal complaint.
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After all, our current Supreme Court recently ruled that telling children that they need their parent's permission to buy representations of rape, violated the children's Freedom of Speech.
:confused: Name me one video game that depicts rape.
rape in prison is more uncommon than you may think
Once is too many.
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:confused: Name me one video game that depicts rape.

Don't have to.

California passed a law saying that games that depict rape can't be sold to minors.

The Supreme Court said that that law infringes on the minor's Freedom of Speech.

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Don't have to.

California passed a law saying that games that depict rape can't be sold to minors.

The Supreme Court said that that law infringes on the minor's Freedom of Speech.

I know that. I think CA was full of :bsflag:
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