The First Amendment was submitted to the states for ratification on September 25, 1789, and came into effect in 1791.
Good thing for Ronald Thompson, a Texan in his early fifties.
Back in March we ran a story about how a female judge in Massachusetts found it legal to shoot photos up a woman’s skirt.
Now incredibly, Texas has followed suit and set Thompson free.
The highest court in the state--and not incidentally another female--Judge Sharon Keller has ruled it is not a criminal act “to take surreptitious images in public for the purposes of sexual gratification.”
And therefore protected by the First Amendment.
So give this kid a camera.
As long as he’s livin' in the Lone Star State.
Have a great weekend!