In June of 2011, a man was arrested for refusing to pull up his sagging pants when boarding a plane in San Francisco, California. Charges against him reportedly included "suspicion of trespassing, battery and resisting arrest".
In November of 2013, 38 Ervin Edwards was reportedly jailed and tasered to death in Louisiana after the police started to pick on him about, among other things, his sagging pants.
In May of 2014 two men were reportedly arrested in South Carolina and charged with disorderly conduct for refusal to pull up their sagging pants that showed - no, not their butts, only their boxers.
In 2014, several municipalities in Florida made prohibited saggy pants in public places in the city.
In September of 2015, students in Mississippi were reportedly arrested for protesting a "sagging pants ban" on campus.
Today, on December 10, 2015 a South Carolina news source Fox 8 reported that several South Carolina high school students were jailed for wearing sagging pants to class.
In 2010, Delaware County (NY) District Attorney Richard Northrup who is elected to become Delaware County Judge since January 1, 2016, for 10 years forward, refused to prosecute Delaware County social worker Meghan Barnes, relative to Delaware County Treasurer Beverly Shields who was at the time reportedly a girlfriend or close personal friend of now-retired Family, Surrogate's and County judge Carl Becker, for showing an eagle tattoo going into "the crack of her butt" (child's statement) to an 8-year-old on school premises during an official social services investigation.
As Delhi Village Police Michael Mills explained Richard Northrup's refusal to charge Meghan Barnes for indecent exposure before a minor and for endangering welfare of a minor, "the standards of female nudity have evolved".
So, for Richard Northrup, it is ok for a government official, while discharging her official duties, in a school full of children, to display the crack of her butt to an 8-year-old boy as part of her investigation.
Think what local teachers can do now that they know that such behavior is allowed!
If anything, those standards are de-volving across the country, where people are actually arrested, jailed and even tasered to death for showing simply their boxers, not tattoos of the country's symbol going into the cracks of their butts.
Think about mentality of a person who puts the symbol of her country into such a place, she really respects her country, doesn't she?
Well, everybody has a 1st Amendment right to freedom of expression, even such a crude one.
Yet, public officials do not have a right to expose little children to their freedom of expression on intimate body parts.
By the way, Delaware County is a legal guardian of foster children on an ongoing basis. Shouldn't parents of children in foster care start wondering whether Meghan Barnes exposes her wards to viewing the eagle that has only grown since 2009, along with the butt?
Meghan Barnes, upon my information, has not been demoted or disciplined for her behavior.
She continues to draw, according to a public records source, seethroughny.net, $49,398 a year of the taxpayers' money, and it is a big concern whether she draws this money while indulging her exhibitionist habits with little children.
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