Monday, April 06, 2009

ACLU defends teens charged in 'sexting' scandal

Charlie Butts - OneNewsNow

A temporary restraining order has been issued by a federal judge, who found that the three girls accused of sending child pornography via text message would likely win in a civil rights lawsuit against George Skumanick, the attorney who threatened them with felony charges. He had hoped the girls would be forced to participate in a five-week educational program to learn about the negative effects of their actions. The ACLU is representing the girls and their parents who allege the photos were not child pornography.

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