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jbeegoode

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Nevadas new law
« on: August 06, 2015, 02:33:49 AM »
Coming to Nevada on October 1st. Hopefully this vague sicko draconian piece of....will get contested in the courts by someone responsible before a responsible judge, soon, before someone gets really hurt by it. Strippers, prostitution, gambling, adult entertainment galore, but showing some undefined body part to your own children in your own home, our at a naturist resort, is somehow a sex crime felony? Could it be that the vipers nest in Nevada is actually more goofy and stacked with...than even Arizona?

http://naturistaction.org/AlertsAdvisoriesUpdates/UPDATES/NV_2015_AB_49_update_06-10-15/nv_2015_ab_49_update_06-10-15.html

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Re: Nevadas new law
« Reply #1 on: August 06, 2015, 03:12:19 AM »
Very sad regulation indeed.  Not exactly redolent with intelligent toleration!

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Re: Nevadas new law
« Reply #2 on: August 06, 2015, 08:47:08 AM »
Not only that but, according to all the available evidence, preventing children from seeing the human body in natural circumstances tends to lower the age of first sexual intercourse, increase the teenage illegitimate birthrate and prevalence of STD's.
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Re: Nevadas new law
« Reply #3 on: August 06, 2015, 01:26:44 PM »
It seems to have become a trend for politicians to reject any scientific data and rely on what their PAC's tell them to believe. In the hopes of gaining a few votes laws such as this are passed and the general population just turn their heads without fully knowing the consequence. I'm with you Jbee, let's hope that a court over turns it or better yet, a lawmaker gets bit on the ass by it!
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Re: Nevadas new law
« Reply #4 on: August 08, 2015, 05:18:40 AM »
Unfortunate the laws make a beneficial practice illegal.  It's just that those on the outside of nudism can't see the difference between nudism for sexual intent and nudism as a normal state of life.    The difference is big on a mental level.

 One time my brother and I were falsely charged with a very minor crime,  we paid $500 each bail and kept out of jail.   At the trial the originator of the false charges failed to show up,  and the atorney general said she'd told him she just wanted the scare us.  (didn't work,  it just made her look nasty to anyone who knew us)  We were acquitted and bail money returned.      But one of our best friends was the local doctor,  and her husband was the speaker of the house in the TN legislature.   Soon thereafter the procedure of reporting criminal activity was adjusted in the state to make it harder for one person to bring false charges against someone just on their word alone.

A small example of how one circumstance in just the right place can cause changes to happen in state laws.   

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Re: Nevadas new law
« Reply #5 on: August 10, 2015, 06:50:06 PM »
HE said SHE said is always a consideration in any decision to press charges or not, around here. One witness isn't enough, unless the officer wants to mess with someone. Sometimes this is an excuse for the cop to do nothing, figuring that it couldn't hold in court anyway.

Even without a witness the police will abuse this. If a cop doesn't like something and there is no law, I've known them to look through their little pocket book of law and admitting that, "But, I'll find something,"
and slam a charge that might, maybe, well isn't d supposed to apply to this, but....

 In addition, in further abuse of power, a ticket will be given, a charge placed on the docket that the cops word against the citizen. Then, when it is time for court the officer doesn't show up and then sham is dropped. In the meantime the cop has been the judge jury and executioner, because the victim the defendant, has spent many hours in worry, anger or concern, thousands in attorney fees in preparation and now has an arrest record, which is also on the internet, irretrievable.

Pigs sworn to uphold the constitutions, in this case due process should be bacon.

This is a possibility that anyone might fall victim to. It is a possibility for anyone of us in concern of abuse of the intent of any nudity law. Cops enjoy their power, some way too much. These should not be in uniform.
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