I believe that watching a video purely for the enjoyment of seeing someone murdered and dismembered is sick. Do they go beyond freedom of information rights? What would the argument be for not banning them outright?
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actually, if noone is really being killed, that'd be fraud, and if someone actually is being killed, that'd be profitting from the commission of a crime and aiding and abetting a felony. Either way, crimes, so banning the films seems appropriate
The people who purchase these films are well aware that no one is actually being killed. It is the act of seeing what it would be like if they were, the control, and the submission that makes people purchase these. Knowing means it's not fraud.
That would make it a horror film, not a snuff film. By definition, a snuff film involves an actual murder, not a simulation
Beyond that, find this disgusting.Think some people have too much time on their hands if they need murder for entertainment
You are correct catherine, it is more of a horror film except they usually add XXX stuff to it so that make it a fetish video instead. To each their own! I don't have to like what other people do! Wonderful thing about our world!
and, while I don't like that sort of thing, some folks are into fetish, and that's their business.
It's where we get into actual law breaking and murder that the line needs to be drawn, and if it's actually a snuff film as opposed to a horror film..
A snuff film is the recording of an actual murder, or else it wouldn't be an actual snuff film. The person being killed is what makes the film different from other murder movies, not the content or message of the film.
i realize what a snuff film is and they are already illegal every where. i'm talking about legal ones that portray a murder.
If they're an accidental film of a murder, they're not a snuff film, which is intentional. If it's actors, the term "snuff film" does not apply.If actual murder for entertainment, that's a crime and can't be legal (can't benefit from criminal act)