Nov 11, 2010 3:33 PM by Greg Boyce

Police Officers visit author of pedophile book

Pueblo Police visited the home of Phillip Greaves this morning.  He's the author of the Pedophiles Guide to Love and Pleasure.  Up until this morning that book was for sale on Amazon.com.  Amazon pulled the book after complaints about its content.

Pueblo Police Detective Daniel Anderson told News First he had met with Greaves this morning to talk about the book.  Anderson said Greaves gave him a copy.  Anderson said there is no evidence Greaves has committed any crimes. Anderson also said he told Greaves he is now an unpopular person with views that most people disagree with.  He said he told Greaves to call the Police Department if he feels threatened or is the victim of any crime.

We'll have more on this story at 10 p.m. on News First 5.

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