The information on the Website Justice For All says that the group "shall act as an advocate for change in a criminal justice system that is inadequate in protecting the lives and property of law-abiding citizens."
Funny, but we're still looking for the part that says they're an "advocate for porn."
A quite frustrated reader e-mailed us today saying that her child accessed porn through Pam Lychner's Justice For All site.
Had to be some mistake, right? Porn from an "all-volunteer, non-profit organization founded in July 1993" that "will peacefully exert the social and legislative influence necessary to effect positive change in the criminal justice system"?
But just look to the right column Justice for All, and you'll find a small banner ad asking for your support of Texas Exile, a "crime control initiative that utilizes existing laws to get to the root of gun violence."
Yet when we clicked on Texas Exile (NOT OFFICE SAFE!), we found a guide to "Free porn," "Threesomes," and "gay sex." After some thorough searching (in the sake of journalism), we found nothing linking to "guns" — not even in the "Sex Toys" section, save some graphic referrals to "shooting."
We, er, shot an e-mail to the folks at JFA, just to let them know, and we'll keep ya posted. — Steven Devadanam