Fighting porn crimes without 'AWOL' DOJ

Thursday, May 13, 2021
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Charlie Butts (OneNewsNow.com)

Dept. of Justice 1The U.S. Department of Justice has been dragging its feet to prosecute pornography companies but a watchdog group has pledged to fill the gap.

Benjamin Bull, an attorney with National Center on Sexual Exploitation, says the group has filed a lawsuit against Twitter alleging it allows child pornography.

The group is also cooperating with other law firms in a class-action lawsuit against Porn Hub, the largest porn producer internationally, and a suit filed against a Czech Republic-based pornography company, X Videos.

According to Bull, the Justice Department going back to the Obama administration has been “AWOL” over prosecuting the sick crime of child pornography, which is rampant in online content.

“Certainly there have been no prosecutions of obscene material,” he advises.

Germany, meanwhile, recently shut down a major child porn platform and made arrests.

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