Sex-Offender Advisory Issued For Pete Townshend's Super Bowl Performance
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Protect Our Children, Inc., a non-profit organization located in Florida's Brevard County says it is "committed to fighting the sexual victimization of children," according to its Web site.
The site also says that the advisory was mailed on Tuesday, January 26, 2010 to residents of Miami Gardens, Florida, which is located approximately two miles from Florida's Sun Life Stadium (formerly known as Dolphin Stadium), according to Google Maps. They're hoping that the rocker won't be fiddling about on American soil.
Townshend's arrest was filmed by the BBC as part of a documentary called "Police Protecting Children: Internet Pedophilia". Townshend's attorneys tried to stop the film from airing, but they were unsuccessful, according to The Independent.
The organization One Child International is also protesting The Who's appearance at the Super Bowl, through their Web site AbuseWatch.net.
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