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i am writing in concern of the many pro-homosexual articles i have read in the past several months in your paper.

to begin with, homosexuality is not a natural alternate lifestyle. god made adam and eve, not adam and steve, nor annie and eve. if you knew anything at all about that lifestyle and the utter depravity of those who practice it, you would be utterly appalled at the idea that anyone would even think of adopting a child to these perverts, let alone defend it. they are all child molesters.

in the next place, sodomy is not only an abomination to god, but it is also against state law; therefore our "chief of police" and our city council are conspiring to break state law. i'm referring to the "hate crimes" article during the "hate crime victim's" vigil. councilman david bowers is a sodomite, self confessed. that makes him in violation of any oath of office he may have taken, the police chief being a party to it.

now then, in regard to the sodomite hotel. everybody better grab your little boys off the beach. these guys love fresh meat. they will molest your children. no matter how much they would like you to think they are normal, they are not.

as for the city accepting every sin that comes down the turnpike for financial gain, god will not be mocked. romans 1:27, "and likewise also the men, leaving the natural use of the women, burned in their lust one toward one another; men with men working that which is unseemly, and receiving in themselves that recompense (payback) of their error which is meet (fitting)." verse 26 also includes women doing the same.

i'm sorry if no one likes what god says. please, for your sakes, stand against this evil tide. be not partakers in another man's sins. he is coming to judge all who practice unrighteousness. now and in eternity.

a final word from the bible, romans 1:32 "who knowing the judgment of god, that they which commit such things are worthy of death, not only do the same, but have pleasure in them that do them."

ken barber is minister at grace baptist church in galveston.

his parents thought he was working as a hair stylist on weekends. but when prairie grove, ark., police responded to a 911 emergency call at 5 a.m. sept. 26, they found 13-year-old jesse dirkhising on the floor, unconscious, near death, one of his wrists bound with duct tape. a half-hour later, he was pronounced dead at st. mary's hospital in roger. a police investigation determined young jesse was repeatedly raped over a period of hours, including with foreign objects. while enduring this ordeal, his ankles, knees and wrists were bound in duct tape and he was gagged and blindfolded. he was tied to a mattress. he may have been drugged, police say. a sedative called amitryptiline was found in the home of two men -- joshua brown, 22, and david don carpenter, 38 -- along with jesse's body. just another brutal local crime, you say? why is farah recounting a police blotter story from arkansas? i don't know. something bothers me about this story. it ought to bother us. it was big news in northwest arkansas, but the story of jesse dirkhising hasn't made a ripple in the national news. i wonder why? i wonder if it's because the victim is not a part of some politically protected sub-group, a special class deserving of extra government privileges? i wonder if it is because the suspects are, indeed, members of such a group. remember how the nation stood riveted to the details of a hideous murder that took place in wyoming when a homosexual was tortured to death? never mind that the crime had little or nothing to do with the victim's sexual proclivities. uh-uh. that didn't matter.

parents of a murdered boy are suing the north american man-boy love association and the group's internet service provider, accusing both of encouraging their son's killers.

the civil lawsuit was filed in massachusetts federal district court on tuesday, may 16, and charges nambla with wrongful death.

in 1997, 10-year-old jeffrey curley was picked up by two men, one of whom was charlie jaynes. the men took curley to the boston public library where jaynes accessed nambla's website.

jaynes and another man later attempted to sexually assault curley, but the boy fought back. attempting to restrain him, jaynes gagged the 10-year-old with a gasoline-soaked rag, eventually killing him.

according to attorney larry frisoli, jaynes kept a diary in which he wrote that he turned to nambla's website in order to gain psychological comfort for what he was about to do. the killer had been stalking curley prior to the boy's murder.

both killers are now serving life sentences. the family has filed a $200 million lawsuit against nambla and the internet service provider that hosted its site, arguing their son might still be alive were it not for the group and its website.

nambla teaches pedophiles how to profile kids, frisoli told worldnetdaily.

an overt pedophile organization, nambla provides resources to pedophiles seeking information about sexual relationships between men and boys. its mission statement says the group "supports the rights of all people to engage in consensual relations, and we oppose laws which destroy loving relationships merely on the basis of the age of the participants."

while members of nambla say they do not believe all children should engage in such relationships, they do "believe that when this does occur, society should be able to distinguish between those relationships that are loving, supportive and mutually desired, and those which are harmful and involve force or coercion."

in the organization's regularly published bulletin, various articles and letters reporting the sexual experiences of members are printed . one statement from the bulletin, as printed in the lawsuit, says, "call it love, call it lust, call it whatever you want. we desire sex with boys, and boys, whether society is willing to admit it, desire sex with us."

the statement was excerpted from nambla bulletin no. 18.4. the publication is described by members as "a nice collection of photos of cute boys (practically on every page.)"

the nambla constitution and position papers state that "... children especially, and all people in general, must be empowered to have control over all aspects of their lives, so far as the exercise of that control does not infringe on the rights of others. children in our society are presently denied that control and are treated in the law and in fact as virtually the property of their parents and wards of the state, to be used as their parents and the state wish."

"sex education should be made available to children as early as children wish," the document continues.

"i think it's long overdue that groups like nambla came under the same type of microscope that companies have come under for pushing products seen as dangerous," bob knight, of the family research council, told family news in focus, a publication of focus on the family.

verio inc., nambla's internet service provider, canceled the group's service the day after the lawsuit was filed.

frisoli noted verio did not begin providing service to the group until oct. 17, 1997 -- 16 days after curley's death. verio was initially named as a defendant in the case, but was removed on may 18. the lawsuit will be amended to include the pro-pedophile group's isp from the time of the murder, now referenced only as "john doe, inc."

queer resources directory includes nambla on its website, which "contains 25,317 files about everything queer."

the internet service provider in the curley case will likely use a free speech argument as a defense tactic, frisoli said.

"free speech isn't as absolute as everybody would like to think it is," he said, mentioning certain restrictions. "speech is not always protected when it advocates the commission of a crime."

while federal law exempts isps from criminal liability for the actions of its customers, there is no such exemption for civil cases.

the curley family hopes jeffrey's death will be a catalyst for change in the isp industry.

"there are no industry standards," remarked frisoli. "everybody's concerned about where we're going legally. i think [isps] would like laws that would allow them to censor" what kinds of information they are disseminating.

"what we'd like to see is some type of further standards ... in america with respect to the internet to protect children," he concluded.

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