FORMER ACLU CHIEF EXECUTIVE PLEADS GUILTY AND RECEIVES 8-YEAR SENTENCE FOR OWNING CHILD PORNOGRAPHY
So, from my previous post, you had the head of the ACLU in Louisiana comparing Christians wanting to exercise their religious freedom to the 9-11 terrorist attacks in America and the 7-7 terrorist bombings in London.
And now you have the head of the ACLU in Virginia, who previously fought against Internet filters on public library computers, caught with incredibly graphic and violent child pornography.
“The same Charles Rust-Tierney who argued against Internet filters on public library computers nearly ten years ago is now facing an 8 year prison sentence for owning some of the most “graphic and violent” child pornography the judge had ever seen. Rust-Tierney also coached a youth league in the area. He served as president of the Virginia ACLU and was on its board until his arrest.”
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