Monday, September 17, 2007

ACLU & Larry Craig

Larry Craig has an unlikely ally in the ACLU.

Sen. Larry E. Craig got an ally Monday in his fight to withdraw his guilty plea in a restroom sex sting. The American Civil Liberties Union submitted a brief to a Minnesota court arguing the Idaho Republican’s arrest was likely unconstitutional.

Anthony Romero, the ACLU’s executive director, argued that police sting operations sometimes trap innocent people. He said police must show that sex was to occur in public, not just that someone was soliciting sex.

Social conservatives have contempt for gays, sex and the ALCU. This is a perfect storm. Jerry Falwell would be going mad if was still alive.

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At September 18, 2007 3:53 PM , Blogger Vox Populi said...

Okay now that's a new one on me. Does this mean that all prostitution charges will be reversed?? Should be. That sex does not occur in public in most cases.

Disgusts me that the ACLU would put time into THIS but ignore other things. sorry. my first reaction.


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