The following comes from  January 16 story on

The sentencing of pornographer Ira Isaacs to four years in prison today for violating federal obscenity laws sends a strong message to the porn industry and to the U.S. Department of Justice that the sexual exploitation of women by pornographers is wrong, according to Morality in Media.

Isaacs was convicted last April in the U.S. District Court of Los Angeles of engaging in the business of producing and selling obscene videos and four counts of distributing obscene videos. The case is the last to be launched by the U.S. Department of Justice under President George W. Bush. Adult obscenity prosecutions were shut down during the Obama Administration by Attorney General Eric Holder who disbanded the Obscenity Prosecution Task Force in 2011.

“U.S. District Judge George King, a Clinton appointee to the federal bench, is to be praised for understanding what the Obama Justice Department fails to see – that the sexual exploitation of women by the porn industry is a serious crime,” said Patrick A. Trueman, MIM’s President. Trueman served as the chief prosecutor of the Justice Department’s obscenity prosecution section during the administrations of Presidents Ronald Reagan and George H. W. Bush.

Trueman said he hopes the conviction will encourage Attorney General Holder to begin enforcing federal adult obscenity laws. Morality in Media is asking the U.S. Congress to hold hearings on the pandemic of harm from pornography and the need to enforce federal obscenity laws….

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