LOS ANGELES – The federal obscenity trial of Ira Isaacs, purveyor of such features as Gang Bang Horse 'Pony Sex Game', Mako's First Time Scat, Hollywood Scat Amateurs No. 7, BAE 20 and Laurie's Toilet Show, has been postponed until April 22, but according to his attorney Roger Jon Diamond, the case will break new ground on several different First Amendment fronts.
Of particular interest is the fact that the Department of Justice summarily dropped Counts 7 and 8 of the indictment, both dealing with violations of 18 U.S.C. §2257, the federal recordkeeping and labeling act, although Diamond termed such counts a "slam dunk" because at least two of the videos sold on Isaacs' website lacked the required 2257 information such as the producer's name and the location of the performers' identity records.
Look for a full rundown of the Isaacs case so far on this site tomorrow.