The Associated Press
LOUISVILLE, Ky. - An anti-pornography group is publishing photos of patrons of a south central Jefferson County adult bookstore on a Web site.
For a week, members of a group calling itself War-Line have been videotaping people as they enter and leave Pure Pleasure, on Fern Valley Road.
In an odd twist, the leader of the group, John Reneer, is on the Kentucky State Police's sex-offender registry.
A co-owner of the bookstore, Don Kleinhans, said he generally does not object to protesters.
"We believe everybody has a right to their opinion and everybody has a right to protest," Kleinhans said.
But he said Reneer "needs help."
Reneer said he's doing it because "pornography creates callous attitudes toward women, promotes casual sex and violence against women."
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