3 results for month: 10/2009
A 1970s-era Texas law that allows parents to show "harmful material" to their children has come under fire after a prosecutor said he couldn't file charges against a man accused of forcing his eight- and nine-year-old daughters to watch hardcore online pornography. The law apparently was meant to protect the privacy of parents who wanted to teach children about sex education, but it states clearly that parents can't be prosecuted for showing "harmful material" to their children. Randall County District Attorney James Farren has asked for an opinion from Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott about a law Farren says makes no sense and needs to be change...
When I created the Children's Law Center in 1996, my biggest dream (and worst nightmare) was that we'd have enough money to keep the doors open for a month. Well I guess I must have been dreaming in color because now we have VIDEOS! See why CLC is the nation's leading grassroots child advocacy organization. I couldn't be prouder!
Once again Niels from Pound Pup Legacy has written a blockbuster piece about Masha Allen. Drawing from new sources who are speaking out for the first time, this never ending tragedy is further revealed in The Untold Story of Masha Allen. Visit the Pound Pup Legacy page on the Masha Allen case. One of Masha Allen's current lawyers speaks out anonymously about her case