Faced With The Report Of A Crime......

Governor Lynch called Democrat Party Chair Kathy Sullivan???

Kind of gives you a glimpse into his thought process doesn't it?

A State Representative gives you a letter saying he had seen, as the 16-year landlord for a person YOU BOTH KNOW, child pornography regarding single digit-aged children. And that he knew of this same material being brought into the country by this same person from overseas where much of this illegal material originates.

Would you think it was a crime worth reporting - if you were the Governor who campaigns on child protection?

It has been reported that Governor Lynch turned the letter detailing kiddie porn to the NH Attorney General - and Kathy Sullivan the alleged possessor of the material's close friend.

How come the NH media isn't asking tough questions of anyone but Steve Vaillancourt?

 649-A:1 Declaration of Findings and Purposes. –

I. The legislature finds that there has been a proliferation of exploitation of children through their use as subjects in sexual performances. The care of children is a sacred trust and should not be abused by those who seek to profit through a commercial network based upon the exploitation of children. The public policy of the state demands the protection of children from exploitation through sexual performances.

II. It is the purpose of this chapter to facilitate the prosecution of those who exploit children in the manner specified in paragraph I. In accordance with the United States Supreme Court's decision in New York v. Ferber, this chapter makes the dissemination of visual representations of children under the age of 16 engaged in sexual activity illegal irrespective of whether the visual representations are legally obscene; and the legislature urges law enforcement officers to aggressively seek out and prosecute those who violate the provisions of this chapter.

Source. 1983, 448:2, eff. Aug. 23, 1983.


649-A:3 Offenses. –

I. A person is guilty of a felony if such person:

(a) Sells, delivers or provides, or offers or agrees to sell, deliver or provide, any visual representation of a child engaging in sexual activity; or

(b) Presents or directs a visual representation of a child engaging in sexual activity, or participates in that portion of such visual representation which consists of a child engaging in sexual activity; or

© Publishes, exhibits or otherwise makes available any visual representation of a child engaging in sexual activity; or

(d) Possesses any visual representation of a child engaging in sexual activity for purposes of sale or other commercial dissemination; or

(e) Knowingly buys, procures, possesses, or controls any visual representation of a child engaging in sexual activity; or

(f) Knowingly brings or causes to be brought into this state any visual representation of a child engaging in sexual activity.

II. An offense under paragraph I shall be:

(a) A class B felony if such person has had no prior convictions in this state or another state for the conduct prohibited by paragraph I;

(b) A class A felony if such person has had one or more prior convictions in this state or another state for the conduct prohibited by paragraph I.

Source. 1983, 448:2. 1991, 27:1, eff. Jan. 1, 1992. 1998, 361:1, eff. Jan. 1, 1999.


642:3 Hindering Apprehension or Prosecution. –

I. A person is guilty of an offense if, with a purpose to hinder, prevent or delay the discovery, apprehension, prosecution, conviction or punishment of another for the commission of a crime, he:

(a) Harbors or conceals the other; or

(b) Provides such person a weapon, transportation, disguise or other means for avoiding discovery or apprehension; or

© Warns such person of impending discovery or apprehension; or

(d) Conceals, destroys or alters any physical evidence that might aid in the discovery, apprehension or conviction of such person; or

(e) Obstructs by force, intimidation or deception anyone from performing an act which might aid in the discovery, apprehension, prosecution or conviction of such person; or

(f) Having knowledge that an investigative or law enforcement officer has been authorized or has applied for authorization under RSA 570-A to intercept a telecommunication or oral communication, or under RSA 570-B to install and use a pen register or trap and trace device, gives notice of the possible interception or installation and use to any person.

II. The offense is a misdemeanor unless the actor knows that the charge made or liable to be made against the other is murder or a class A felony, in which case it is a class B felony.

Source. 1971, 518:1. 1988, 25:6. 1995, 280:10, I, eff. Aug. 20, 1995.