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Originally posted by silo13
I'm horrified by the juxtaposition here.
Banning the book/manual would set an unacceptable precedent.
Allow 'how to' manuals on child molestation? Even more unacceptable.
Where's the answer?
I mean, when are lawmakers going to get to work and make crimes against children so sever people will think twice before producing something like this!
But we can't start it by banning books (manuals) either.
A *bleep* I'm back to the endless run around again! We ban that book - it opens for banning other books... Grrr!
[edit on 6-9-2010 by silo13]
Carla van Dam PhD 161 pages/ This is a link to a book that is listed as "how to molest children manual" and is laid out in the same manner as detailed by police.
I watched the video, and noticed the downloading of this manual is being traced, and it's stated that the only reason for downloading it would be if the person downloading or possessing this "did not have an interest in offending children".
So I'd advise people to not look at it, for fear they, or someone else with access to their computer, gets targeted by the police as a suspect for having it.
But the free market still operates...Whoever makes the book available for download...Ask the Webhost company to drop them/shut them down. Anywhere the manuel is available, hold a flame to the ISP/Web Hostong company that makes it possible? they can still make free choices.
Banning books is no good, but setting up a trap to catch those who are prepared to live out their fantasies is an optiion, You can fantasize what yo want buyt when it comes to harming - catch them and make them suffer,
Wait a minute. Japanese comic books that depict kids/young teenagers having sex is illegal, but instruction manuals that teach adults how to molest children is not illegal?