Group Exposes Napolitano's Free Pass to Child Pornographers
Falls Church, VA -- Public Advocate of the United States, a pro-family group based in Northern Virginia, announced today that they are mailing postcards to Arizonans alerting them of Attorney General Janet Napolitano's frightening record in regards to prosecuting child sex offenders.
The postcard uses an example from 1996 when Napolitano, then a Federal Attorney under Bill Clinton, refused to pursue warrants requested by postal inspectors against suspected child pornographers. Napolitano's excuse was that she believed that the suspects were targeted because of their homosexuality.
"Can we trust Janet Napolitano with our children," the postcard asks the recipients. "As a Federal Attorney under Bill Clinton, Postal Inspectors asked Janet Napolitano for a warrant to search the homes of suspects who were the targets of a two-year child pornography sting operation.
"Janet Napolitano refused. Her reason: she felt that the suspects were targeted because of their homosexuality."
The card also encourages voters to contact Napolitano to ask her to prosecute all sex offenders, regardless of sexual persuasion.
Public Advocate is a 501.c.4 non-profit organization founded in 1978 with approximately 3,000 members in Arizona.