Saturday, December 22, 2012

Sweden - Sex offender behind anti-paedophile site

When I heard this story, my first thought was that the AZU supporter  Kevin "The Swedish Meatball" Beaird might be the culprit, but Swedish media does not name suspects. We'll just have to wait and see. We all know AZU has a couple of pedos in their midst.

Sex offender behind anti-paedophile site

"So? What's the problem? You're not allowed to atone your sins, is that what you mean?" the 48-year-old told the AFtonbladet newspaper when confronted with the information. 

The site he runs targets mostly foreign-born sex offenders. 

An investigative journalism group, Researchgruppen, decided to look closer at the site, which the anti-fascism magazine Expo has called among the nastiest of all websites popular with sympathizers of the anti-immigrant Sweden Democrat party. 

The group revealed that the 48-year-old had been jailed for sexually exploiting a minor and had also been convicted of sexually assaulting several children.

The attacks took place when the man babysat and when he worked at a middle-school.

The verdict stated that the victims had suffered anxiety and had to go to therapy for many years after the assaults.

The man is also convicted of possessing child pornography, vandalism, and violent assault. His rap sheet stretches all the way up to 2010.

His colleagues on the site do not have clean slates either.

A 42-year-old associate, who runs the name-and-shame site's finances, has over half a million kronor in debt. He has previously been convicted of account fraud. 

The site's webmaster, meanwhile, has been convicted of drunk driving. 

And one of its most active contributors is known to police for smuggling alcohol into Sweden from Germany. 

Part of the site's "business model", the journalists revealed, is to take payment from the people whose names and faces appear on the site and want the information removed. 

"So what? If that's what we are up to, that what we're up to, we do what the hell we want. We're the ones putting our time and money into this, aren't we?" the 48-year-old told Aftonbladet. 

He did not deny that posts were removed after payment, but neither did he confirm it. 

He did say, however, that taking such payment would not qualify as blackmail as the site never actively demanded money from anyone.

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Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Paperboy is innocent victim of a vigilante

These are the stories AZU gets off on. Surely they will pleasure themselves to the pick of this kid beaten up by a deranged vigilante.

Paperboy is innocent victim of a 


Dominic Scullion
Shocking ... Dominic Scullion was left with a broken jaw after attack
A BATTERED paperboy told last night how a vigilante spat in his face without warning before smashing his jaw apart in a savage street assault.
Defenceless Dominic Scullion was on his round when Paul Caulfield, 41, suddenly attacked him over claims the 16-year-old had raped a schoolgirl.
The crazed brute floored Dominic with a single punch and repeatedly beat him about the head as he lay unconscious on the ground.
Caulfield was later jailed for eight months, while Dominic — who has always protested his own innocence — was never charged over the sex attack allegations.
Reliving his ordeal, the schoolboy said: “I was walking away from a house after delivering a paper and had my headphones on listening to music.
“I got a tap on my back and thought it was one of my friends. I turned round and it was a middle-aged guy. He spat in my face.
“Next thing I remember is opening my eyes and thinking I’d had a dream. I was confused and wondered where I was.”
Frantic pals had raced to Dominic’s home in Erskine, Renfrewshire, to tell his family he had been injured.
His shocked relatives thought he had been mown down by a CAR when they saw him lying blood-soaked at the side of the road.
Dominic Scullion
Nightmare ... Dominic Scullion is still haunted by battering
Dominic, now 17, added: “I opened my eyes and saw my dad. He told me it would be OK. Then I blacked out again.”
Witnesses claimed they begged Caulfield to stop as he laid into the teenager.
A source close to the family revealed: “An elderly couple said they saw this guy walking down and tapping Dominic on the shoulder. He turned and the guy spat in his face, then punched him.
“He then continuously attacked him while he was unconscious. He was shouting about the rape allegations. The old man was blasting his horn and people came outside, so the guy eventually stopped.”
Dominic was rushed to the Royal Alexandra Hospital, in Paisley, for surgery.
He said: “My jaw was broken in three places. The bit between my nose and my mouth was also split and needing stitches.
“I needed surgery to have three titanium strips inserted in my jaw — and I was on a liquid diet for six weeks.”
Cops swooped on Caulfield shortly after the horror beating.
He was caged last week but is now understood to be appealing his eight-month sentence. Caulfield had appeared at Paisley Sheriff Court to admit repeatedly punching the schoolboy on the head and assaulting him to his severe injury in June.
Dominic said: “I am frightened to go out now. I’m always looking over my shoulder.
“My attacker is in prison but I am still scared of what other people might do.
“I feel like it’s turned my life upside down. It’s going to take me a long time to get over it.”
Dominic’s nightmare began in March when the 15-year-old girl accused him of raping her on a busy walkway close to a community farm. The teenager was quizzed by cops and gave a DNA sample before being released pending further inquiries.
He insists he is innocent, claiming the girl had a crush on him and that he knocked back her invitations to meet.
Caulfield struck three months after the rape claims emerged.
And Dominic revealed his life has been torn apart, despite receiving a letter from prosecutors telling him he faced no charges.
He said: “I was scared in case people thought the girl was telling the truth — but I didn’t do anything wrong. I think this has all been to do with me rejecting her. I couldn’t focus on my exams. I’m still finding school hard and I’m getting counselling.
“I hope when people hear my name they don’t think ‘He’s the guy who was accused of rape’.”
Last night, the mother of the 15-year-old girl said: “We have kept a dignified silence through this whole thing.
“My daughter has not dropped any charges and never will.”
Strathclyde Police last night confirmed there had been no charges over the rape allegations.

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  • Monday, December 3, 2012

    Facebook given 72 hours to remove paedophile monitoring page

    This Facebook group is a  wannabe PJ group who is posting info meant only for LE. Unlike in the USA, England's registry has limitations for a reason.


    30 November 2012 Last updated at 12:11 ET
    Facebook given 72 hours to remove paedophile monitoring page
    A convicted sex offender has won a High Court order for the removal of a Facebook page set up to monitor paedophiles in Northern Ireland.
    A judge ruled some content amounted to prima facie harassment of the man and risked infringing his human rights.
    Facebook was given 72 hours to take down the page 'Keeping our kids safe from predators'.
    The page has been taken down, but two with similar names then appeared on Friday afternoon.
    Mr Justice McCloskey said: "Society has dealt with the plaintiff in accordance with the rule of law."
    "He has been punished by incarceration and he is subject to substantial daily restrictions on his lifestyle."
    'Degrading treatment'
    The man, who cannot be identified, was given a six year jail sentence for a string of child sex offences committed more than two decades ago.
    The man, known only as XY, issued proceedings against the social networking site after discovering his photograph and threatening comments posted on the page.
    He claimed harassment, misuse of private information, and a breach of his right to privacy and freedom from inhuman or degrading treatment.
    The court heard that he fears being attacked or burnt out of his home.
    In a statement he described the published material as an attempt to vilify and stir up hatred against him.
    Details of some of the comments posted about him since his case against Facebook Ireland Ltd gained publicity had been disclosed earlier in court.
    One said: "So the man, or I mean mess of a human being, that's taken this page to court, he must want to be the head paedophile and rule over all sex offenders. He will be like a god to them."
    Another stated: "Put him down like an animal."
    Interim relief
    It was also set out how he is suffering from ill health.
    Although Facebook has already removed his photo and comments made about the man, his legal team insisted the page should be shut down down.
    They are also seeking disclosure of the identity of those who set up and ran it.
    Lawyers for Facebook argued that it was neither necessary nor proportionate to remove a page used by 4,000 people.
    However, balancing the competing rights to privacy and freedom of expression, Mr Justice McCloskey ruled in favour of the plaintiff.
    He pointed out that only interim relief was being sought at this stage, and that granting it would cause minimal disruption to Facebook.
    "I conclude that the pendulum of the rule of law swings in the plaintiff's favour," the judge said.
    "The order of the court will be that the removal from of the page entitled 'Keeping our kids safe from predators'... is to be effected within 72 hours."