Porn Producers Lose Obscenity Ruling

 

Score one for the good guys.

A federal judge in Washington, D.C. refused to dismiss a case against film producers who are charged with trafficking hard-core pornographic films across state lines and putting obscene trailers on the Internet.

The producers attempted to stand on the First Amendment that grants freedom of speech, saying their movie “Fetish Fanatic” was protected by the U.S. Constitution. However, Judge Leon was quick to point out to the offenders that the First Amendment does not include obscene material.

- Sources: Courthouse News Service, 02/22/10.

 

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