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Thanks for the fresh air, your honor

What a breath of fresh air.
We thought it was encouraging to get a little rain Wednesday morning, but that was mild compared to the fresh breeze that flew out of the district court in Wichita this week when District Judge Monti Belot ruled in the “nude servitude” case there.
You may remember a few years back when Wichita made the news with its “nude therapy” con.
Arlan and Linda Kaufman were convicted back in November, 2006 of making mentally ill people work in the nude and to be available for sex.
And the Kaufmans were billing the government and ...

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