Skip to comments.Jay Sekulow: Protecting the Most Vulnerable, Our Children
Posted on 05/23/2008 6:02:24 PM PDT by tcg
The Supreme Court of the United States in a 7-2 decision upheld the constitutionality of the Protect Act of 2003 a federal law that gives prosecutors new tools to target those who market and pander in online child pornography.
This is a significant victory that moves to protect the most vulnerable in our society our children.
And, it is a victory for Congress, which has spent many years trying to come up with a law that would punish those responsible for the ever-increasing problem of child pornography on the Internet and clear constitutional hurdles efforts that, until now, have not been successful.
At the American Center for Law and Justice, we represented 18 members of Congress including five co-sponsors of the law before the high court through an amicus brief which urged the Justices to overturn a decision by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit and uphold the constitutionality of the Protect Act.
Were delighted that the Court did just that.
(Excerpt) Read more at catholic.org ...
Here is a no holds barred group for kids...WWW.protect.org.
I am a proud supporter and hope you will too!
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