Coming back from an evening at the office, listening to WBTV out of Charlotte, and heard what has got to be one of the most disturbing examples of government overreaction combined with the mis-application of dozens of new Social Service laws ever: 2 years ago in Raleigh, NC, a woman dropped off a roll of film at a drugstore to get it developed. A minimum wage worker developing the film notified police of the content of one of the photos. A 5 month year old boy, the subject matter of the photo, was taken from his parents. His half-sister was also taken away from the family, and her father given full custody. The father of the 5 month old boy was arrested, and the mother was banned from any contact with either of her children. Both parents subsequently lost their jobs, their home, their lives, and freedom. What was the heinous act caught on film? Daddy was giving his naked son a raspberry during a diaper change. WTF? It took an "expert" child psychologist testifying at trial that there did not appear to be any criminal intent on behalf of the father. WTF? Rant off now, but the courts let out multiple offender child molesters with no hope of rehab, until they actually kill kids, and this is what the rest of us get? Anyone heard more of this story that wasn't part of the broadcast I heard?