Monday, September 14, 2009

Maryland; ACORN's Friend?

As a quick follow up to a previous posting regarding two Baltimore ACORN employees giving illegal and definitely immoral advice to two undercover journalists posing as a pimp and his prostitute girlfriend who intended to bring under-age El Salvadoran girls into the country to help with the "business", Maryland authorities have stated their position today.

They said that, under Maryland law, the journalists may have committed a felony in recording the ACORN employees without their knowledge; a crime that is punishable by fines and up to five years in prison. (Does this bring back flash-backs of Linda Tripp, anyone?)

So the great state of Maryland not only DIDN'T say that they would look into the ACORN employees and their disregard for myriads of laws, but they implicitly warned the couple that brought ACORN's egregious actions to light that THEY could be charged with violating Maryland law.

Has the entire world gone mad?

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