07-17-2022 07:27 AM Putting a price on public information... stifling the public's ability to audit the actions of public servants... knowing is half the battle
06-16-2022 07:27 AM Intimate violation of children in public places
06-15-2022 03:07 PM We Need You! Campbell County Budget Hearing Monday June 20, 2022 at the Commissioner Chambers 6 PM
06-11-2022 10:19 AM Duplicity in the actions of the County Commission
05-28-2022 05:09 AM Requesting itemization of usage for 3D printers, professional recording studio, and digitalization at Campbell County Public Library
04-05-2022 08:49 AM Comments presented at Commissioner Meeting 4-5-2022 (The names were left out at the meeting per instruction)
03-28-2022 09:00 AM How many County Commissioners does it take to...
In 2007 the Campbell County Commissioners formalized the commission's ability to fire as well as hire their appointees.
Since 2021 Campbell County citizens have been asking them to remove Library Board members who are actively engaged in promoting sex to children, including sex between kids and sex between kids and adults. Those board members are Charlie Anderson, Nancy Stovall, and Miranda Finn. These three also refused to pledge allegiance to the American flag, and refused to stand to salute the flag, at the November Library Board meeting. Library director Terri Lesley also refused to stand to salute the flag, and refused to pledge allegiance to the American flag at that meeting.
The Commissioners' Website says "The Campbell County Board of Commissioners is the executive, legislative and judicial governing body for Campbell County."
USLegal.com says, "Governing body means a body of persons or officers having ultimate control. They are mainly constituted for the purpose of administration."
Ultimate control, yet they refuse to remove ALA librarians who are distributing illegal material in the public library, materials that violate federal law by depicting, for example, a child giving a grown man a blow job.
The US Justice Department Presents: "Citizen's Guide To U.S. Federal Law On Obscenity"
Federal statutes specifically prohibit obscenity involving minors, and convicted offenders generally face harsher statutory penalties than if the offense involved only adults.
Section 1470 of Title 18, United States Code, prohibits any individual from knowingly transferring or attempting to transfer obscene matter using the U.S. mail or any means or facility of interstate or foreign commerce to a minor under 16 years of age. Convicted offenders face fines and imprisonment for up to 10 years.
In addition, Section 1466A of Title 18, United State Code, makes it illegal for any person to knowingly produce, distribute, receive, or possess with intent to transfer or distribute visual representations, such as drawings, cartoons, or paintings that appear to depict minors engaged in sexually explicit conduct and are deemed obscene. This statute offers an alternative 2-pronged test for obscenity with a lower threshold than the Miller test. The matter involving minors can be deemed obscene if it:
(i) depicts an image that is, or appears to be a minor engaged in graphic bestiality, sadistic or masochistic abuse, or sexual intercourse
and (ii) if the image lacks serious literary, artistic, political, or scientific value.
A first time offender convicted under this statute faces fines and at least 5 years to a maximum of 20 years in prison.