Candidate 1: Maryland parents who allow their children to walk around town unaccompanied.
Candidate 2: Kentucky parents who have been anonymously accused (in a shout-out to Franz Kafka, perhaps?) of living in conditions which were good enough for tens of millions of Americans in the 1800s. (There's no mention of health problems, just poor "conditions.")
Candidate 3: A UCSD professor who requires he be allowed to see a student naked for the student to pass his class.
In the time I spent as a college professor, I did not have a nudity component on the syllabus. But I guess I could have, huh?
Honorable mention goes to the Maryland police who detained the free-range children for hours. Although there's a kind of perverse logic to telling parents "see, when your kids walk around alone they can be abducted, as we just demonstrated."