Astronaut's Troubled Son

It's a criminal case, not a space law matter, when an astronaut's son pleads guilty to possession of child pornography after his arrest at an airport attempting to board a plane for Thailand with luggage containing "photos of shirtless Asian boys, prescription drugs to enhance sexual performance, condoms and large amounts of candy."

According to the San Francisco Chronicle, the astronaut's son and namesake (and I will not repeat the name here), was arrested under a new law intended to crack down on sex tourism. Of course, here at Space Law Probe we're only interested in space tourism, not sex tourism.

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