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Pedobear Alert: Author of Pedophilia How To Book Arrested on Obscenity Charges in Florida

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By HVnews on December 20, 2010


Back in November we talked about the Amazon.com-directed outrage generated over a self-published style guide called “The Pedophile’s Guide to Love and Pleasure: a Child-lover’s Code of Conduct.”

Author Philip R. Greaves II defending his guide, arguing that his critics are misunderstanding the point of his book. Greaves claimed that he “wrote the book to establish guidelines so that people would behave in a manner that is non-injurious to each other, for one, and, for two, to communicate the fact that these people who are so different in maturation, etc., that when they develop relationships, they use certain principles that regular people, adults, would be well to attend.”

On Monday, sheriff’s deputies in Florida have arrested the Colorado man on obscenity charges.

According to the Associated Press, Polk County deputies arrested Phillip Ray Greaves II at his home in Pueblo, Colo., early Monday on a Florida warrant.

Polk Sheriff Grady Judd says his office was able to arrest Greaves on Florida obscenity charges because Greaves sold and mailed his book, “The Pedophile’s Guide to Love and Pleasure: a Child-lover’s Code of Conduct,” to Polk deputies. Judd says Greaves even signed the book.

We’ll be interested to hear how Greaves defends himself in court, since we already know his defense in the court of public opinion. Greaves said he wanted to establish non-injurious guidelines — we had always been under the assumption that “don’t diddle little kids” was guideline enough.

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