December 23, 2006

Leading by example

Paedophile JesusMy Friend is was a Roman Catholic propaganda magazine aimed at children. So, does did their choice of image for their website's masthead fall foul of internet grooming laws?

Here's a screendump, in case they notice and change it.

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That's disturbing. Does answer some questions about seemingly rampant paedophilia in the Catholic church though.

One does have to wonder about the artist that is for sure.

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Dear My Friend Reader,

You are very important to us here at My Friend. We think about you and all our readers when we plan every issue of the magazine. You are special to us. That is why it's hard for me to share some sad news with you. Although we love preparing the magazine for you each month, we can no longer continue to do so. The June 2007 issue will be the last issue of My Friend.

They dumped the picture too.

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