User talk:Will Robinson
Nice to see that someone is getting the word out about what really happened with the Azov Films Prosecutions. As you may know, Wikipedia's article on the topic, wikipedia:2013 International child pornography investigation, was a pretty atrocious propaganda piece until recently, when editors started making it more neutral. Another article that's been in flux lately has been this one. I guess Wikipedia needs some people to go over there to do basically the opposite of what SqueakBox does, but in a subtle enough manner that they don't get accused of pedophile advocacy. Leucosticte 00:32, 26 March 2014 (GMT)
Thanks for book
Similar to Azov, but different
Richard Emerich was a photographer who (innocently) took (non-sexual but nude) photos of boys for his modeling agency, but was arrested and convicted on "child pornography" charges. The USPS pulled the same tricks on him that they did with Azov.
It seems to me that--with the similarities to the Azov prosecutions--that you (or someone else [but, sorry--not me--I'm too busy with other things]) could write this up better for BoyWiki. Any thoughts about that? User4 (talk) 14:55, 14 April 2016 (UTC)