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Minor Attractions: Pedophiles (Heart) Johns Hopkins
Salvo Magazine (2012)
  • Judith A. Reisman, PhD
On May 8, 2012, the New York Court of Appeals ruled that state residents are entitled to view child pornography online if they wish—as long as they don’t download or print it. Judge Victoria Graffeo wrote in her separate opinion that the decision “will, unfortunately, lead to increased consumption of child pornography by luring new visitors who were previously dissuaded by the potential for criminal prosecution.”1
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Judith A. Reisman. "Minor Attractions: Pedophiles (Heart) Johns Hopkins" Salvo Magazine (2012)
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