Birdville Parents Sue, Allege Kids Saw Porn On Bus – Time to Pay if You Allow Porn Around Minors

EDITORIAL: I’m always happy to see when our citizens step up and take legal action against injustices in our World. Children continue to be illegally exposed to pornography everywhere. It’s time those who think it’s okay to have porn around when there’s children involved to pay damages for their social irresponsibility. Hopefully these companies will learn it’s cheaper and more socially responsible to leave the porn for personal use only.

Businesses: Having access to pornography if you serve children, teens and/or families opens your company to unlimited liabilities as well as contributing to sex trafficking and illegal prostitution of children, teens and women. What are your priorities? To feed the sexual perversions of patrons who seek sex in public places instead of their homes?

Citizens: Support companies that don’t supply porn to any of their customers/patrons. Boycotting works! If you are wronged, use the judicial system to be made whole. We must make those who are destroying our social fabric pay a price. Violators only listen to profit and loss!

school_busAugust 25, 2013 3:27 PM

FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM/AP) — Allegations of pornography on a school charter bus has a North Texas company facing a lawsuit.

Parents in the Birdville school district are suing the company, alleging their children saw pornographic images on television monitors while they boarded a bus earlier this year.

The Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports the parents allege their children were emotionally harmed after they saw images from a pornographic movie that was playing on bus monitors as they boarded for a trip to a nearby ranch in April.

Officials with the bus company, Executive Coach Inc., could not immediately be reached for comment.

Birdville school district officials said the children were immediately removed from the bus. The school district is located northeast of Fort Worth.

The parents are asking for damages of more than $200,000 but not to exceed $51 million.

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