Communities Disgusted with Recent Porn Video of Mentally Challenged Persons

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Updated: June 13, 2016

A number of videos showing explicit sexual material have made their way into social media as of late. One that raised concerns at the Ministry of Health is one depicting the coercion of sexual activity on mentally ill and homeless individuals. The Ministry of Health issued a release addressing the matter. Part of the release reads quote “The audio on the video reveals that the couple was being encouraged in their actions only to be rewarded with a soda by the persons who were watching and recording the couple performing various sexual acts.  The Ministry of Health is appalled at this assault on human dignity and is dismayed that these persons felt comfortable enough to record and share this video to further humiliate this couple and their families.” Today, Assistant Commissioner of Police, Chester Williams gave us his view on this issue stating that it is time that the law intervenes to put an end to this new “despicable” trend.

CHESTER WILLIAMS

“Yes I think it is time that we do get legislative interventions in dealing with some of these things and where cyber crimes are concerned not only with pornography but with other aspects of where people use the net to threaten people, threaten people to blackmail people and these sort of things so we need to look at some legislation that can be implemented for us to be able to deal with these things because it is not getting less and less it is getting more and more and it is time that something is put in place for us to be able to effectively deal with those things so that people get the message that they cannot be out there taking people’s pornography and putting it out on the net and do these sort of things. It is despicable because children are on Facebook and the children are exposed to these things. Over the past week I saw some videos that left me in shock and I think it is very much despicable and something needs to be done.”

The Ministry of Health echoes that sentiment in their Press release issuing a public plea stating “The public is strongly encouraged to protest and denounce these types of violations of person’s dignity and rights. In so doing we can begin to change the culture of stigma, discrimination and victimization of vulnerable persons who live among us.”