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By John McAfee
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - James Murphy
Exotic dancers performed lap dances on teenagers at a boy's surprise 16th birthday party in an upstate New York village, police said, and investigators were trying to determine whether any organizer of the celebration committed a crime.
Asked to characterize "Shut Up and Play the Hits," a concert film that documents LCD Soundsystem's final, oft-mythologized show at Madison Square Garden, James Murphy deadpans a television promo.
Here's a dream come true for cash-strapped filmmakers: A billion-dollar movie budget.
"Whether it got beyond that, we don't know," Murphy said. "We don't know about sex acts."
In addition to endangering, Murphy said there could be charges of unlawfully dealing with a child if kids were served alcohol and misdemeanor sexual abuse if it's learned either of the dancers was touched through their skimpy clothing.