On Monday Pennsylvania’s high court ruled and upheld a pornography ban in state prisons. Pennsylvania officials argued that to prevent inappropriate sexual desires among inmates and to maintain a non-hostile working environment for guards and other employees a ban on porn should be put into place.

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The ban was challenged by convicted rapist Shannon Britain, who claimed the porn ban served no reasonable purpose. Looks like Harlow Cuadra, a former porn performer and serving a life sentence won’t be able to keep up with the latest in gay porn. Wonder if this will “prevent inappropriate sexual desires” for Harlow? … there is always “Bubba”, I guess.

Harlow was found guilty of killing Bryan Kocis, owner of Cobra Video (a porn studio who discovered Brent Corrigan) and was sentenced to life in prison in Pennsylvania back in March after a jury failed to return a death penalty decision.

Harlow saw Kocis as a porn business competitor; he wanted Brent Corrigan who at the time was under contract with Kocis to perform in porn videos with him. Kocis’ body was discovered in his home by firefighters responding to a blaze in a rural house in January 2007. More than 80 percent of his body was covered by third-degree burns and police said the fire had been set deliberately to destroy evidence.

An autopsy found that Kocis died of massive blood loss after his head was nearly sliced off. He suffered between 28 and 29 post mortem stab wounds before his home was torched.

4 thoughts on “Harlow No Porn In Prison!

  1. Albert says:

    This could be a goldmine for Harlow. A few good sketch artists and if he can keep in shape, he could make his ‘image’ into a very marketable prison commodity.
    Where can we find him a good buisness manger?

  2. Rob says:

    Harlow should try the next cell block. That budding business manager is undoubtedly on ice in the prison as well. Convicts have a fairly decent black market system that rivals most local and regional economies.

  3. Dave says:

    Awwww….poor, poor Harlow.

    Okay. My two seconds of feeling bad for the scumbag are over. Next!

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