ACLU President: Conviction of Chief Aide?

Nadine Strossen
Professor of Law
President, American Civil
Liberties Union (ACLU)
UPDATE: ACLU President Nadine Strossen’s office is still dodging confirmation of her Chief Aide’s conviction of explicit sexual online chatting, and attempting to arrange a meeting with a 12 year old boy, who was actually a police investigator.

Another telephone call to Strossen’s office this morning: no statement. I was told someone would “…get back to me.”The direct phone number to Professor/ACLU President Nadine Strossen is 212-431-2375; this from the New York Law School page where Steven C. Cunningham still appears as Strossen’s Chief Aide.

Last week I was referred to an attorney: Dale Liebeck (sp???) 202-207-3630 for a statement. I did speak with Mr. Liebeck and he said he would get back to me. No return call, of course. Another call to him this a.m. left only an option for voicemail. I left a message.

Several bloggers are attempting to find reporting of this connection to Strossen’s office. It appears there is not one report in the main stream media – NOT ONE. Nothing from New York media, where resides the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) headquarters. Nothing in the New York Daily News, The New York Post, the Wall Street Journal, New York Sun or the New York Observer – at least that I can find. The The Jersey Journal did the original reporting. Cunningham lost his license to practice law in New Jersey, BUT, he is still licensed in the state of NEW YORK.

Nadine Strossen did not commit this crime, so does it really matter that no one is confirming this or even reporting it? Well, I think it does and I’ve given my reasons in an earlier post. For all the details plus information on another ACLU board-member-arrest on child porn charges against a high-ranking, former, but still closely-connected, ACLU chapter president, read: ACLU President Silent on Chief Aide’s Conviction.

I’ve also forwarded this information to Bill O’Reilly.

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