The ACLUs rank hypocrisy rears it's ugly head again.......
WILMINGTON, Del. (WBOC/AP)- Civil liberty advocates are objecting to New Castle County's new effort to fight prostitution: posting offenders' names and photos on a Web site.
The new Web site features photos of convicted prostitutes and their clientele. The police say they hope it will discourage others from committing the same crimes.
But Delaware ACLU Executive Director Drew Fennell said public humiliation should not be used as a law enforcement tactic. He said the photos are degrading not only to the individual, but the person's family, friends and employer.
Fennel said the expediency of the computer and people's sense of voyeurism make the World Wide Web a handy tool.
Protect the privacy of prostitutes and their johns because it's "degrading" to the individuals involved , friends, family and employers but our soldiers who are putting their lives on the line for their country deserve no such protection from the release of the violence inciting Abu Ghraib photos because "the people have a right to know". This group has singlehandedly perfected the despicable art hypocrisy and expediency to the level of a crime.