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‘May have scientific value’: Prosecutor refuses to file charges over library ‘porn’

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A prosecutor in Wyoming has refused to file charges over pornography found in a local library, claiming the state would be unable to prove there was the required intent for a child “to engage” in sex because the materials were distributed to the general public, including children.

WND previously had reported on the case in which two parents in Wyoming took a number of offending books in their library to the Campbell County sheriff’s office and filed a criminal complaint.

It seems while Wyoming law exempts schools and libraries from prosecution for displaying obscene material, the “law does not exempt them” if they encourage children to engage in sexual relations, which is a crime.

It’s a report from MassResistance that explained the situation in Gillette.

Because local lawyers employed by the county would have been required to defend the county employees involved, a special prosecutor from a neighboring county, Weston County, reviewed the evidence.

Now a report from Mass Resistance explains the case involving the books “This Book is Gay,” “How Do You Make a Baby,” “Doing It: Let’s Talk About Sex,” “Sex is a Funny Word” and “Dating and Sex: a Guide for the 21st Century Teen Boy” is over.

For now.

“Obviously, this is disappointing and outrageous but unfortunately not surprising given the horrible RINOs and leftists who are running things even in Wyoming,” the organization reported.

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