Hit & Run: Homeland Security Raid Eros

"That [Homeland Security raid] is going to expose a whole bunch of innocent people," Maxine Doogan, president of the Erotic Service Providers Legal, Education, and Research Project told Raleigh-Durham's ABC 11. "There's a big question about how the government will honor people's privacy. People have the right to their privacy and they should not be convicted or set up for moral judgment for adult activity."

Prostitution Here: Talen Energy tells Fox 43 there are “Safety and liability concerns”

A spokesman for Talen Energy tells Fox 43 there are "Safety and liability concerns including stolen and damaged property, vandalism, and inappropriate (sometimes illegal) activities." Some anglers think those are poor excuses to shut down their fishing spot. “You can come down and pick up a prostitute here. You can come down and have illicit sex here. You can come down and do a drug deal here. I can find you a dozen state parks and boat ramps where you can do the same thing," added Neuman. It's not just the boat launch that’s shut down. All property is barred from the public -- including the wet lands, the launch, and the fishing area.