Sunday, March 21, 2004

TOWNSHEND'S TROUBLES REVISITED: If Pete Townshend had thought he was going to be able to start to move on from the child porn story, he'll be less than pleased that the BBC filmed his arrest and are building an episode of new TV series Police Protecting Children around it. He might, however, allow himself a wry smile that one of the papers most outspoken against him at the time of his arrest have, erm, been carrying child porn on their own website - supposedly to illustrate how a mother taking a photograph of her own daugheter makes her little more than a child pornographer herself. Apparently, the Sun believes the best way to campaign against child porn is to make it widely available on Britain's best-selling newspaper's website for free.


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