Radio station spent two years advising listeners how to stash child pornEnlarge (credit: Zack Briggs KVOA)
The startling “public service announcement” broadcast by Arizona’s CAVE 97.7 FM for two years is now off the air.
“Never keep paper pictures, tapes, or films of naked juveniles where anyone else can find them,” is the advisory PSA that late-night listeners to CAVE frequently heard, narrated by station owner Paul Lotsof. “In many cases, the penalty for possession of pictures is worse than the penalty for murder.”
Lotsof went on to give very specific advice about how to avoid child porn charges:
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