PHOTOS: Facing AHF’s Paid Protesters at Cal/OSHA’s Oakland Offices

Nov 6, 2014
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Thursday, AHF held a second publicity stunt designed to bully Cal/OSHA into doing its bidding in regards to regulations concerning adult film production.

Cal/OSHA’s draft regulations are not yet finalized, and AHF is demanding condom-specific regs which would likely drive adult production out of California, or underground.

Yesterday’s protest was held in downtown Los Angeles — today AHF’s paid protesters convened outside Cal/OSHA’s Oakland offices.

Screen Shot 2014-11-07 at 8.53.19 AM Screen Shot 2014-11-07 at 8.53.43 AM's Director of Sexual Health & Advocacy, Eric Paul Leue, and Adam Zeboski educating protestors in Oakland’s Director of Sexual Health & Advocacy, Eric Paul Leue, and Adam Zeboski educating AHF’s paid protestors in Oakland

The Oakland protesters were paid with $25 gift cards.

The protester-for-hire market must be more competitive in the Bay Area, because AHF was able to get away with paying the Los Angeles group in $15 gift cards.

SEE VIDEO of Eric Paul Leue facing the protesters HERE

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The crib sheet issued by AHF to its hired protesters

Leue talks to bribed protesters about AHF's Cal/OSHA protest propaganda. This elderly woman was told all kind of lies about adult production

Leue talks to bribed protesters about AHF’s Cal/OSHA propaganda. This elderly woman was told lies about adult production, and was promised a $25 gift card for showing up at the publicity stunt protest.

Zeboski and Leue Facing AHF's Paid Protesters at Cal/OSHA's Oakland Offices

Zeboski and Leue want to dispel the propaganda AHF is spreading at the Cal/OSHA protest.

The Cal/OSHA Standards Board will likely announce proposed regulations and public meetings very soon. According to a statement by the Free Speech Coalition (FSC), Wednesday, “Cal/OSHA is currently in the process of drafting regulations specific to the adult film industry. We expect a draft version of the regulations to be available in just a few months and that those regulations will take into account the input of the affected workers — in this case, adult film performers and performer groups — something Michael Weinstein and AHF have refused to do.”

As attorney Karen Tynan noted earlier this year, “Michael Weinstein appears frustrated that Cal/OSHA is only doing 90% of what AHF wants, and isn’t working fast enough for AHF’s tastes.”

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