Netflix Indicted on Child Pornography Charges Over Cuties

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From the Washington Times:

"A Texas grand jury has indicted streaming giant Netflix on child pornography charges."

"The indictment accuses Netflix and its top executives of "promotion of lewd visual material depicting [a] child" with regard to the controversial French film "Cuties."

"State Rep. Matt Schaefer, Tyler Republican, posted a copy of the first page of the Tyler County grand jury's finding on his Twitter page."

My question: Who didn't see this coming?

Of note two Netflix board members include Susan E. Rice, yes the Susan Rice of the Clinton administration as well as former national security adviser under for the Obama administration, and Leslie Kilgore, Director of Marketing for Amazon.

"According to the indictment, which was handed down Sept. 23 but only revealed Tuesday, Netflix did "knowingly promote visual material which depicts the lewd exhibition of the genitals or pubic area of a clothed or partially clothed child who was younger than 18 years of age at the time."

"The indictment goes on to note, relevant to the legal definitions of pornography, that the visual material in "Cuties" appeals to the prurient interest in sex, and has no serious, literary, artistic, political, or scientific value."

"Cuties," which won a prize at the prestigious Sundance Film Festival in February, was put online to stream into America's homes by Netflix on Sept. 9.

"The French movie, which was called "Mignonnes" in its native land, depicts a "Mean Girls"-type clique of 11-year-olds, one of the activities of which is a dance troupe.

"The climactic scene is a contest for which the protagonist, a Senegalese immigrant, devises a routine that includes group twerks, mouth gestures, ground humping and hip grinding. Other scenes show them rehearsing the numbers and other sexualized moves that the girls are sometimes depicted as only half-understanding.

"Netflix told the New York Post in a Tuesday statement that it stood by the film.

"'Cuties' is a social commentary against the sexualization of young children. This charge is without merit and we stand by the film," Netflix said."

Netflix indicted on child porn charges over 'Cuties' - Washington Times

A Texas grand jury has indicted streaming giant Netflix on child pornography charges. The indictment accuses Netflix and its top executives of "promotion of lewd visual material depicting [a] child" with regard to the controversial French film "Cuties."

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The acting is bad, the directing is bad, this movie is just really awful. But most importantly, it promotes the sexualization of eleven year old children. I'm sure pedophiles sitting at home with nothing to do but lust after children are enjoying it.

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    Beverly · 19 days ago
    This child porn video never should have been created and released to the public to begin with. It is an ugly aberration. That attempts like this one to normalize pedofeelia continue to manifest in our world, is an afront to human kind.
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    Franz · 17 days ago
    Netflix attempt to gaslight the world with this, saying "Cuties" is against the sexualization of children, is not working.
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    MsPat · 15 days ago
    We must continue in our obedience & prayers.Both are working as evidenced each day with reports like this one!
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