Dutch authorities: There Is No law Against Blasphemy

Dutch authorities:  There Is No law Against Blasphemy

 A complaint from a Catholic church in the city of Tilburg that  two actors were filmed having s*x in the confessional box have been rejected by Dutch Prosecutors have rejected.

In January this year, the video of the two actors filmed having s*x in the confessional box inside Saint Joseph’s Catholic Church in the metropolis of Tilburg was posted on Dutch P0*n star Kim Holland’s web site.

She earlier apologized and stated that the video had been made by an external producer and would no longer appear on her site, according to local broadcaster Omroep Brabant.

According to the authorities, the P0*nographic film was offensive but there is no more a law in the Netherlands against blasphemy.

“We discover it offensive and disrespectful, however, we had a superb have a look at the authorized code and don’t actually see a felony offence. Blasphemy will not be a criminal offense and there is no query right here of anybody trespassing,”

  a spokesperson mentioned today.

Rather the Justice ministry advised that ‘the church should always have hung a no-entry signal on the church entrance and anyone who makes illegal entry will be prosecuted.

Dutch authorities:  There Is No law Against Blasphemy

Although, a special Mass was held in January to cleanse Saint Joseph’s church. But the priest at the Church, Fr Jan van Noorwegen, expressed over the prosecutors’ decision.

He has also held a Sunday Mass seeking forgiveness for the desecration of his church from the calamity.

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