Comment: the problem with this question

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the problem with this question

is how you define terms.

I'm going to take a wild swing at "phreedom-speak" and guess that you believe that "unlawful" means "stuff that phreedom the internet poster doesn't think would be wonderful in his imagined version of utopia." Under that standard, it would be unlawful.

Fortunately or unfortunately, we do not live in your imagined utopia.

Under the laws as they exist, and as a conventional, i.e., accepted definition of unlawful, you're absolutely not correct. We are talking about the way things are here, not the way you imagine them to be ideally. There is no requirement under our current laws, or the laws they were derived from, that a criminal act have "an accuser alleging actual injury." Sorry to tell it like it is!

"Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity; and I'm not sure about the the universe."-- Albert Einstein