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Indictment Reveals 3-Year Obscenity Investigation

Mark Kernes reports about the eight-count indictment against Los Angeles webmaster Ira Isaacs who did business as LA Media and Stolen Car Films:

The “improper recordkeeping for material depicting sexual activity” is, of course, a charge of violating 18 U.S.C. §2257. Isaacs’ attorney, Roger Jon Diamond, told that he understood that his client’s 2257 were in fact in proper order, but the indictment charges that Hollywood Scat Amateurs No. 7 and Laurie’s Toilet Show “did not have affixed thereto a statement describing where the required age documentation records for all performers depicted in the visual depictions of actual sexually explicit conduct could be located” – a labeling violation.


The indictment indicates that the government has been targeting Isaacs at least since 2004, and it purchased its first video from him, Gang Bang Horse ‘Pony Sex Game’, on May 11 of that year. Subsequent purchases of the “scat” videos were made on July 21, 2006, October 20, 2006 and October 26, 2006.


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