Saturday, February 22, 2014

Child Porn as a Political Weapon by the Growing US Police State

Freedom Fists
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Show Description:
This week, Activist Central radio welcomes guest Kitty Wolf, citizen investigator helping to expose the truth about our country’s deepening Constitutional crises and our growing American (Stasi-like) police state.

We will discuss the ever growing American Stasi state (a.k.a. the cooperating US intelligence agencies with US law enforcement) and a not so new internet related police practice of the last ten years, the continuously evolving entrapment tactics against US citizens. Activist Central will discuss police programs such as Project Flicker and Angry Birds that have been used to catch viewers of online child pornography.

As an example of busting child pornography viewers, the -gate scandal was broken open by the independent news media in 2013 alleging that police were intentionally placing child pornography on the computers of political enemies such as writers, activists and dissenters of all stripes such as news reporters, PANDA (People Against the NDAA), and the Oathkeepers.

Other key concepts to be discussed include warnings about the use of Limewire, the Florida sting operations, P2P file sharing, Trojan horse stings, related ransom-ware – “FBI on your computer, pay this amount”, and the growing use of revenge . There is much more that will be covered in this extended two hour talk program. Don’t miss it.


18 comments :

dlc said...

Lets either make an all felons registry or get smart with these registries. Registering everybody solves nothing and wastes vital, scarce, taxpayer resources. Smart use of the registry makes sense as some felons can't be changed. Those that have changed don't belong on the public shaming list.

F.A. Leonetti said...

No Doubt About It:
This is a viral problem among many state and local police agencies.
The petty, small minded, vindictive far over reaching power of a lot of police departments is not only shown in their street thuggery but on line as ''they'' go after anyone who rubs ''their'' agenda the wrong way.


Reputations, careers, and good community standings are all but lost in a few very mis-guided strokes when this mean spirited approach to police work is down loaded on a persons computer.


This actually occurred to an elderly relative, who was almost never involved in government or government affairs, except to make a complaint about their water bill.



After a swat team of suited detectives and uniformed police, forced their way into my aunts house, making a total mess in every room and demanded she stay seated while ransacking her house, taking her computer, some personal mail my aunt later hired an attorney.


A forensic computer tech determined, that the child porn had been sent to the wrong computer and that a very poor job of trying to erase

any evidence ''before'' court and trail. She sued and settled out of court.


"Serve & Protect" is surely suited for those who are behind the badge and not those in front, who they have sworn to serve.


One can only speculate, that the real mis-carriage of justice is that where, bad laws are allowed to be enforced in a very bad way by those who not only do not uphold the spirit of the law, but act in every which way to maintain the status quo leaning strongly in their favor to it being self serving. No mater at what the cost. I can see why our justice system can be more correctly call .....Just-Us.



Be Vigilant
Best Regards
F.A. Leonetti

Sex Offender Issues said...

War on drugs? :)

Sex Offender Issues said...

We agree to a point. We believe everybody can change if treated like a human being, with respect, encouragement, decency, and given the correct tools to help themselves, like an education, job and home.

Mark said...

To F.A.: No Doubt About It:
"This is a viral problem among many state and local police agencies.The petty, small minded, vindictive far over reaching power of a lot of police departments is not only shown in their street thuggery but on line as ''they'' go after anyone who rubs ''their'' agenda the wrong way." OMG!!!! I could not have stated it any more articulate as you in these few words! KUDOS! Just my small thought: I believe this conduct you have so aptly described is a ubiquitous mental illness across America as though a bacteria or virus has epidemically lodged in the powers that be to which the powers that be become mentally ill as the persons they attempt to ensnare in their world of "policing" for the good opf God and country! And one more for you: "KUDOS!"

Mark said...

I'll take your comment as "tongue-and-cheek!"

Sex Offender Issues said...

Yeah, I was kidding. :)

dlc said...

Agreed, but some felons treat people as prey. Maybe they're institutionalized, I don't know, but they are creepy to be around. I'm all for giving them a chance though. Please understand I spent six years inside and there were ones that I felt could be saved and then there were ones I was not so sure about.

DB said...

Rep. Sam Moore,
Please stand your ground. You are doing the right thing. There are a lot of sexual offenders who have served their time and now they are committed to a life sentence, some who have never touch a child, some who were entrapped by our own law enforcements officers. As a citizen of the United States what can we do to help. All persons should be given a chance to live a normal life after they have served their sentencing. Sheriff Garrison mentioned murders, well murders are treated better than sexual offenders and there is a difference between offenders and predators Sheriff Garrison.

disqus_rAg1ZY37Qt said...

It is time to make distinctions. Rapists, pedophiles are a far cry from those convicted of statutory rape, consentual relations with someone under 18. These rarely, if ever, re-offend. They have been determined to be low risk upon using reliable evaluative measures. Give them a determined sentence (as opposed to some states like Colorado that have indeterminate or "for life" sentences), 15 or less years on the registry, and then let them go!

NJ45143112 said...

Whatever is left of the "United States" in the next 50 years will likely look back on this time in history as one of the darkest moments in the world's history...
And, perhaps that is a good thing since the U.S. was probably a bad idea from the beginning but giving too many the power to make their own rules, sidestep existing protections and manipulate the media...
On that note, the media is completely out of whack but that goes without saying, really...
Still, I firmly believe that there is no such thing as a coincidence and that for every action, their is a balancing reaction. If the government makes increasingly blind mistakes and acts for the moment instead of the common good and future then somewhere, there will be balance...
Whether it's a long term plan yet to be fulfilled or a resurgence of Christian ethics and community, it's hard to say since the media doesn't see that as marketable...
But, despite our limited ability to see, it must be there...
This knowledge keeps me sane in an upside-down world...

getting closer to the street said...

It's horrible . Sitting around doing nothing helpless hopeless understandable . Castration ? Death understandable . But with this hairbrain idea never mentioned one time that if a woman commited this crime what her revenge of torture would satisfy her dominance . I bet offender's would sign the pettion . 99% would not commit murder , and thats the difference with one size fits all and registry . I'm more afraid of a painted lady with a fancy hair do , or a child made to look like a woman .

Anonymous said...

Look up Florida law 775.13- the Sunshine state actually does require all felons to register for 5 years after their prison sentence ends. At least in Seminole County, (I don't know about the other counties in Florida, although this seems to be the only county where the felon registry is publicly available) the entire felon registry is posted by the sheriff on the internet for everybody to see. The non-sexual felons still only have to deal with the registry for 5 years, though (even though all the Florida RSOs are kept on the website until a year after death), and the non-sexual felons don't have any living restrictions either. However, all of a felon's neighbors in Seminole County learns that a neighbor is a "registered felon", they'll probably remember that long after his 5 years on the felon registry are up.

Anonymous said...

There have been about 1,000 different animal abuse registries that legislatures keep proposing, although this is the first time I've heard of an adult abuse registry.

Anonymous said...

I really wouldn't be surprised if an all felons registry gets created eventually. Of course, just about everything is a felony today, so we'll all be on it.

Anonymous said...

This adult abuse registry does not seem like it will be public, though. It seems that you can simply inquire if someone is on the registry if you are an employee thinking of hiring them. It's still not quite an online SOR type hit list.

Anonymous said...

Crazy bill. What's really bad is this might encourage cities to enact residency laws. You know, because being informed by the police an RSO is nearby will infuriate many, and will make them want to force the RSOs somewhere else.

missouri said...

This person clearly does not understand how our legal system works.
Seems like a attempt to get publicity from a tragic event to me