I think it's outrageous that a married couple is suing WalMart for calling the cops over what
called "bath time photos."A year ago in Peoria, Arizona, mommy and daddy sent 144 family photos to be developed to WalMart. The developer spotted eight photos of children in provocative positions, with their genitals exposed. Apparently, the parents say that they
"have told our girls that they have freedom to be in their home and feel okay about their bodies and their nudity, but that there is a time and a place for it."
I couldn't agree more....and a store photo development establishment is probably NOT the place for it. You know how cheap it is to download your own photos? Sheesh!Obviously, these folks are big into nudity and the carefree expression of such, so their getting angry that the police and child protective services were brought in to investigate should have been an expected consequence of their beliefs. It is the intent of a civilized society to protect the old, infirm, and the young from exploitation and abuse. The police and child protective services and the WalMart photo developer did the right thing.After psychiatric exams and a full investigation, it was determined by a judge that these parents didn't intend any abuse, nor were they revving up for child porn. Fine. Happy ending.But they should have been sensitive and non-defensive enough to understand the idea of protecting children always comes