Staunton knows it when it watches it

A Staunton grand jury has determined that a local businessman might be a felon for purveying smut to the unsuspecting citizens of that elegant city on a hill.

According to a report tonight on NBC29, a porno-watching grand jury decided that Rick Krial and his business, After Hours Video, should be indicted on eight felony– yes, felony!– and four misdemeanor counts of selling obscene material.

In case you forgot, the 1973 Supreme Court case Miller v. California, which posits a rule about "contemporary community standards," remains the law of the land, so pornography is not Constitutionally protected.