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Feds Valiantly Fighting to Protect You from Porn

Somewhere in Washington a U.S. Attorney is hard at work watching porn. Pun intended.
Deep in the bowels of Washington, a federal U.S. Attorney is watching porn videos. Lots of porn videos. They are looking for crime, they're looking for a cause, a way to bring back integrity to the U.S. Attorney's Office.

Now they've found one: filing an obscenity caseagainst porn legend John Stagliano, and his company Evil Angel -- for "squirting fetish" footage.

You remember what happened to the federal prosecutors under the Bush admin, right? Everyone who was interested in white collar crime, corruption, extortion, and child-kidnapping was told to fly right and start focussing on porno:
Two of the fired U.S. attorneys, Dan Bogden of Nevada and Paul Charlton of Arizona, were pressured by a top Justice Department official last fall to commit resources to adult obscenity cases, even though both of their offices faced serious shortages of manpower. Each of them warned top officials that pursuing the obscenity cases would force them to pull prosecutors away from other significant criminal investigations.