"Cleanflicks" kinda dropped off the map after the Federal Courts effectively put them out of business by finding that "religious reasons" WASN'T in fact a circumvent-the-constitution-for-free card, so for a quick refresher see here: http://moviebob.blogspot.com/2006/07/justice.html
Basically, "Cleanflicks" was a Utah-based Christian video-store chain that exclusively trafficked in self-edited versions of popular movies, apparently founded after the company's founder discovered that an alarming number of people religiously-minded folk were apparently desperate for copies of "Titanic" with the only two worthwhile things in the movie cut out.
Aaaaaannnnyway, good riddance to bad rubbish. Or so I thought. Few days back, the company's co-founder Daniel Thompson - who'd recently opened up a similar Utah operation of his own called "Flix Club" - got himself into a little trouble. What kinda trouble? Let's just say it sounds like we've been cheated out of the best Chris Hansen ambush ever: http://www.sltrib.com/news/ci_8083729
So, apparently the guy who runs a Family-Values Video Store mainly did so as a front for him and his buddy to sexually abuse teenaged girls for homemade pornography. Post kinda writes itself, dunnit? Though I will admit, the fact that two young women got raped kinda sucks 99% of the "ha-ha" out of this one.
I should note, for the sake of posterity, that the guy in question (Thompson) was NOT the "actual" founder of the Cleanflicks operation. That'd be Ray Lines, who was apparently not involved in either Flix Club or the Thompson's crimes.