Longtime Homosexual Activist Arrested for Child Porn; Charges Pending

Prosecutors are pouring over evidence in deciding whether to pursue charges against a longtime homosexual activist that was recently arrested for possession of child pornography.

Larry Brinkin, 66, was taken into custody recently after representatives from AOL called police when they saw child pornography in his email account. When the Los Angeles Police Department reportedly traced the IP address for the account back to Brinkin, they passed the information onto the San Francisco Police Department. The police then obtained a search warrant for Brinkin’s premises, where several computer devices were taken from the home and Brinkin was placed under arrest.

According to various news sources, the email correspondence not only shows very graphic images of small children between the ages of 1 and 3 years engaged in sexual acts with adult men, but also approving messages from Brinkin. The messages speak obscenely of how much Brinkin enjoys the photos and which ones he especially likes, using explicit descriptions.

Authorities also stated that they found Brinkin’s email address to be linked to discussion groups on sexual exploitation.

Brinkin remained in jail overnight and was released on $70,000 bail.

“We are waiting for computer forensic evidence to be analyzed in order to make a proper charging decision,” Stephanie Ong Stillman,  a spokeswoman for the San Francisco District Attorney’s office told the San Francisco weekly. “Because these types of cases are complex, we need more time to thoroughly evaluate the evidence.”

The publication outlines that the district attorney has also requested further examination into Brinkin’s computers and hard drives as he contemplates whether to prosecute the long-time homosexual activist.

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Prosecutors initially had planned to come to a decision within a few days following Brinkin’s arrest, but now are uncertain as to when they will be done pouring over the evidence.

Brinkin worked for the San Francisco Human Rights Commission for 22 years and was especially known for co-writing and pushing the city’s homosexual Equal Benefits law, which was then used in other cities and states nationwide. Following his retirement, the city dubbed February 1, 2010 as being “Larry Brinkin week” to purportedly commemorate his homosexual activism.


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