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Twelve federal jurors drew the line Thursday [June 5] for Tampa Bay area residents, saying the graphic and violent films of Hollywood pornographer Max Hardcore are unacceptable in their community. They reached that decision after watching 81/2 hours of extreme pornography on a giant screen in court. After nearly two weeks of trial and roughly 12 hours of deliberation, jurors decided what they had seen went beyond the Tampa Bay region’s community standards. They convicted the actor and producer, whose real name is Paul F. Little, of Altadena, Calif., and his company, MaxWorld Entertainment Inc., of 10 counts of selling obscene material on the Internet and 10 counts of shipping it to Tampa through the U.S. mail. Full Story

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