Originally Posted by cosmo20002
Is "possess" defined, for the purposes of the law? Get back to me on that.
Also, sometimes laws are so poorly worded as to leave them unenforceable in some situations. If you saw one of those magazines on the sidewalk and picked it up, not knowing exactly what it was, did you "possess" it for purposes of that law? What if you recognized what it was and took it straight to the police station? Did you "possess" for purposes of the law?
I don't think a journalist holding it for purposes of discussion on a news show meets the intention of the law--that's why he wasn't prosecuted.
I hope you didn't pull a muscle stretching that line of bullshit.
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