"Privacy" rights

Matthew Hoy
By Matthew Hoy on March 26, 2008

Today's complete moron is Judi Hill, a supervisor in the Tulare County public library system.

Hill reportedly fired aide Brenda Biesterfield after she reported to police a library patron using a library computer to view images of child pornography.

On March 4, she called police when she saw Chrisler allegedly viewing the same kind of images. Police arrested him and confiscated the computer as evidence. They then received an angry call from Hill, who told them they had violated Chrisler's "privacy rights," according to a letter Biesterfeld's lawyers sent county officials.

Biesterfeld was fired March 6 for unacceptable performance -- an allegation her attorneys deny, pointing to a favorable job review six weeks earlier.

Methinks the wrong person got fired.

And what is it with holier-than-thou librarians who apparently believe that any crime -- child pornography, terrorism planning, etc. -- is allowed in public libraries so long as they don't have to shush you?

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Why, one must ask, was the suit against Biden's student debt wipe “inevitable”?

Was it because the Biden admin is in flagrant violation of the law, and because *everyone* in America knows it?

Not in Waldman’s view, apparently. | @charlescwcooke

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