Thursday, September 19, 2013

Letzgo Hunting founder quits after his name is partially exposed online

Have you ever noticed how defensive vigilantes get when the spotlight shines on them? They don't like being outed. How ironic! But it isn't stopping members from threatening women for daring to question them. Well, I question them, so bring it on, punks!

[UPDATE: It appears the person who outed the Letzgo Hunting clown is Stinson Hunter, another vigilante scumbag group. I guess there is no honor among thieves]

Paedophile vigilantes terrorised us for daring to criticise them: Sisters left in fear after challenge to gang who outed online suspect 

Claire and Emma Harris have been bombarded with abusive messages
At least two other people have received threats from the group
By Andy Dolan

Two sisters who criticised a group of online ‘paedophile hunters’ for confronting a suspect who later committed suicide were themselves viciously targeted by the group, it emerged last night.

Claire and Emma Harris accused Letzgo Hunting of ‘acting like thugs’ after they were bombarded with abusive messages by the vigilante group, which also published one of the sisters’ social networking addresses online.

At least two other people have also received threats or abusive messages from the group, which yesterday denied responsibility for causing the death of engineer Gary Cleary.

One, who posted criticism on Letzgo Hunting’s Facebook page, said he received a reply from a follower warning: ‘I will cut your throat if I see you in the street’.

Mr Cleary, 29, was confronted by Letzgo Hunting members in Braunstone Park, Leicester, in early May, but fled as they approached him.

The group says it lured him there by posing as a 14-year-old girl in an online chat. The footage was posted online and he was arrested days later, questioned and released on bail.

Mr Cleary, who lived with his girlfriend in Newbold Verdon, Leicestershire, was found dead in his garage four days later.

Letzgo Hunting claim to be a band of concerned parents in Hinckley, Leicestershire, who pose as girls aged 12 to 15 on internet dating and social networking sites to set up meetings with paedophiles looking for sex.

Footage of the confrontations is put on their website, as well as their Facebook and YouTube pages, with the suspect’s faces visible. If an arrest is made, the footage is doctored to disguise a suspect’s identity, but remains online.
Yesterday the group told the BBC it would not change its methods following the death of Mr Cleary.

But its founder, who uses the name ‘Jamie’, later posted a message saying he was leaving the group after his name was partially revealed online.

He denied being responsible for any abuse from the Letzgo Hunting Facebook page and added: ‘If someone’s been upset by it, I wasn’t aware of it.’

Claire, 31, said that after she saw the group’s footage of its encounter with Mr Cleary in May, she messaged its Facebook page to condemn the tactic.

But within hours she said it sent her a message branding her a paedophile. She was then blocked from posting further comments on its page.

When her 34-year-old sister messaged the site to complain, the group posted her Facebook address and Twitter name on its webpage, with a message claiming she was supporting paedophiles.

It urged the group’s 11,000 Facebook followers to ‘show her some love cuz I’ve had enough’.

The siblings each reported the abuse and harassment to their local police forces.

Last night Claire said some of those who had viewed the video had posted threats to kill Mr Cleary or said they knew where he lived.

Emma, a single mother-of-one from North Yorkshire, said she feared for the safety of her child after Letzgo Hunting tweeted the name of her street in a message suggesting they should ‘go hunting’ in the neighbourhood.

Another tweet warned her: ‘U will feel the love that paedophiles get, because, by condoning their actions and condemning ours, you are equal!’.

She said: ‘I actually warned Letzgo Hunting that I was worried their videos could lead to somebody getting hurt or taking their own life.

‘I can’t believe the way they went for me. It only takes one idiot to decide to look me up – all for trying to have a civilised debate with these people on Facebook.’

Claire, a mother-of-three from Leicestershire, said she came across the group’s activities when a friend posted a comment on their video of the confrontation with Mr Cleary.

She added: ‘I was immediately concerned that this way of working posed a risk to the public, not only to the men being targeted but also anybody mistaken for being the subject of one of their videos.’

Referring to Jamie, she said: ‘I also find it alarming that he works incognito to protect his own family, but thinks nothing of posting my sister’s details onto a public forum.’

An inquest at Loughborough last week concluded Mr Cleary had ‘died by his own hand’.

Coroner Trevor Kirkman made no reference to his encounter with Letzgo Hunting or his arrest.

Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Letzgo Hunting drives person to suicide

Police have already demanded the idiots at Letzgo Hunting, a PJ wannabe site, stop fucking up police work. Now they drove a man to suicide. Sorry bastards.

Gary Cleary suicide: Man hangs himself after vigilantes accuse him of being a paedophile

He was arrested after being confronted by the group who lure suspected sex offenders into real-life meetings by posing as young girls online
Hanged himself: Gary Cleary
Hanged himself: Gary Cleary
A man committed suicide days after vigilantes accused him of being a paedophile and grooming a child on the web.
Gary Cleary, 29, was arrested after being confronted in public by undercover online group Letzgo Hunting.
The vigilantes lure suspected sex offenders into real-life meetings by posing as young girls online.
Members then video confrontations and post footage on Facebook and YouTube before tipping off police.
Mr Cleary, who lived with his college worker girlfriend Melissa Andrews, was confronted in public by Letzgo Hunting members four months ago.
He was arrested and questioned by detectives from Leicestershire Police on May 9 after they were shown the footage.
The engineer, from Newbold Verdon, Leicestershire, was released on bail while officers looked at allegations.
He was found dead at home four days later.
A coroner last week recorded a verdict of suicide – but no mention of Letzgo Hunting was made at the inquest.
The hearing in Loughborough, Leicestershire, was told how a relative found Mr Cleary hanged in the garage of his semi-detached home.
Coroner Trevor Kirkman said: “Whatever may have occurred, or whatever may be thought to have occurred, is not a matter I need to go into.”
A relative of Melissa’s, who asked not to be named, said: “It’s a tragedy and has left everyone extremely upset.”
Criticising Letzgo Hunting, he added: “It’s a sad reflection on modern life that vigilantes operate on the internet.”
Mr Cleary’s family had no comment.
Letzgo Hunting was set up by three men and a woman, assisted by 13 helpers, in Hinckley, Leics, this year.
The founder, “Jamie”, said he would not change methods in the wake of Mr Cleary’s death.
He added: “We feel sorry for his family for the loss.”
Letzgo Hunting has led to the arrest of 12 in the county, but no charges.
The Association of Chief Police Officers said Letzgo Hunting’s tactics could allow suspects to dispose of any key evidence before the police became involved.

Friday, September 13, 2013

Alleged Founding Member of Anonymous wanted for Child Porn

Anonymous has a sordid history. It sprung from the controversial website 4chan, which also gave us "Pedobear" and /b/, the subsection where anyone can post nearly anything, including child pornography. So it should be no surprise that if Anonymous had a founding member, he would be suspected of Child Porn possession or worse.

American holed up in Canada denies child porn charges, claims to be member of Anonymous hacking group

Adrian Humphreys | 13/09/11 | Last Updated: 13/09/11 8:09 PM ET
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Canadian authorities are seeking to deport an American man who claims he is a founding member of the notorious hacking group Anonymous, accusing him of espionage against Canada’s national interests.

The story of Matthew Paul DeHart — once cloaked by court-imposed secrecy — is muddied, however, by his claim of being psychologically tortured by U.S. agents trying to recover sensitive national security information, by child pornography charges he faces in the United States and by concerns over an apparent psychotic break.

Mr. DeHart, 30, was released on bail last month — after nearly five months in detention — as quietly as he was arrested.

He is currently confined to his parents’ care, apparently in the Toronto area, and is under constant GPS monitoring.

After Mr. DeHart’s April arrest by the Canada Border Services Agency, six detention reviews were held in private. After finally being released, a confidentiality order was issued by the Federal Court of Canada, which has now been lifted.

The Canadian government opposed his release, claiming he is a danger to the public and involved in espionage and the Minister of Public Safety unsuccessfully appealed when his release was granted.

It adds layers of intrigue to what began as sordid allegations of tricking boys into making pornographic video and photos of themselves.

He is charged in the U.S. with production and transportation of child pornography. In 2010, Mr. DeHart was arrested at the U.S. border, trying to return to Charlottetown, P.E.I., where he was enrolled in a welding course at Holland College. He collapsed in a Bangor, Maine, courtroom.

On April 3, 2013, all three claimed refugee protection, saying Mr. DeHart had been psychologically tortured in the United States and feared persecution if he returned.

His father, Paul, is a minister in an Indiana church, a calling he had after leaving the U.S. Air Force where he worked in military signals intelligence; he intercepted, transcribed and processed foreign communications. His mother, Leann, works at a seminary, also following a career in the U.S. military.

Mr. DeHart, himself, had Top Secret clearance with the Air National Guard, according to previous court testimony, although he was eventually discharged from the military over concerns he was prone to depression, seen as incompatible with remotely flying drone aircraft.

But it was in Canada that he dropped his bombshell.

He says in his asylum claim he has been a member of the hacker group Anonymous since it was founded. During his online activities he obtained a leaked government document relating to the national security of the United States, court heard.

He says that is the root of his trouble.

He claimed the child pornography charges are a ruse for U.S. agents to retrieve the security document and investigate him for espionage. It was in pursuit of this sensitive information, he says, that he was psychologically tortured during interrogations in August, 2010.

He alleges he was drugged, subjected to psychological torture and questioned by FBI agents. While in custody, he was diagnosed with a psychotic break and has shown signs of post traumatic stress disorder, Federal Court heard. He claims this was a result of the torture.

Earlier this year, Anonymous hacked the website of the U.S. Department of Justice after Internet activist, Aaron Swartz, committed suicide:

At previous hearings in the U.S., a government lawyer asked Mr. DeHart’s father about his own service in military intelligence and about colleagues he kept in touch with, including those from a posting in Germany.

He was also asked about any “online alter-egos or personas” that his son might have assumed. His father said he was aware his son played online games, including World of Warcraft, Halo and Tribes but was unaware of more.

There has not yet been a hearing to test the veracity of Mr. DeHart’s unusual claims.

Canada has been a refuge for Mr. DeHart before.

Shortly after the Deharts’ house was searched by police and his computers seized, Mr. DeHart enrolled in an eight-week language course in Montreal, living with a host family, and then in a welding program in Charlottetown.

His parents drove him to P.E.I. in July, 2010. Afterwards, they spoke every night, saying family prayers together over an online Skype link, his father testified earlier.

In order to process his student visa he had to leave Canada and apply at the border. In August, he took a bus from Charlottetown to Calais, Maine, and crossed the border back to St. Stephen, N.B., on foot.

He was stopped at the border and arrested on a charge of possession and distribution of child pornography.

He is now back in Canada but his future is uncertain. His immigration arrest suspends his refugee claim pending an admissibility hearing.

Mr. DeHart’s Toronto immigration lawyer, Lily Tekle, said she consulted with her client and he declined to authorize her to comment because of ongoing proceedings.

Friday, September 6, 2013

Cowardly lion Bradley Houser needs backup to beat up an elderly registrant

Here we go again. This punk, Bradley Houser is so "tough" that he recruited help to attack an elderly man in the registry. HERE IS HIS FACEBOOK PAGE if you care to let this POS what you think. Perhaps a boycott of Amalgamated Sugar Company, where this pussy works, may be in order as well.

Idaho man charged with beating sex offender

Idaho man charged with beating sex offender
Credit: Twin Falls County Jail

Bradley Houser

by Associated Press
Posted on August 28, 2013 at 11:20 AM
Updated Wednesday, Aug 28 at 3:54 PM
TWIN FALLS -- One man has been charged with a felony and southern Idaho police are seeking a second man in connection with the beating of a registered sex offender.
The Times-News reports 35-year-old Bradley Houser has been charged with felony aggravated battery. He has not yet entered a plea.
Twin Falls Police Officer Samir Smriko wrote in a police report that officers were called to a Twin Falls motel last week to investigate a battery. They found 69-year-old Rick Perkins, who had a two-inch gash on his forehead and other injuries.
According to the report, Perkins said two men came to his door and began beating him because of a past child sex abuse case. Perkins was convicted of six counts of lewd conduct with a child in 2008.
This guy thinks he did such a good thing:
But not everybody who know this guy agrees:

Sunday, September 1, 2013

Absolute Zero United member arrested on Child Porn charges

I am not surprised to learn that Clay Keys (aka TSand), a card-carrying member of Absolute Zero United and informant for Shoalanda Speaks, was busted for distributing CP in Florida. Maybe he should have gotten help for his addiction rather than spending his days playing cheerleader at the now defunct "anti" sites.

Escambia Sex Offender Arrested On Federal Child Porn Charges

August 30, 2013
An Escambia County registered sex offender has been arrested on federal child pornography charges.
Clay Calhoun Keys,  52, was charged with federal distribution of child pornography, the possession of child pornography and the possession of ammunition by a convicted felon.  Keys made his initial appearance in federal court Thursday morning.
This case was brought as part of Project Safe Childhood, a nationwide initiative launched by the Department of Justice in May 2006 to combat the growing epidemic of child sexual exploitation and abuse. Led by United States Attorneys’ Offices and the Criminal Division’s Child  Exploitation and Obscenity Section, Project Safe Childhood marshals federal, state, and local resources to locate, apprehend, and prosecute individuals who exploit children via the Internet, as well as to identify and rescue victims.
Keys was taken into custody on an arrest warrant issued by United States Magistrate Judge Charles J. Kahn, Jr. The  arrest was announced by Pamela C. Marsh, United States Attorney for the Northern District of Florida, and  results from an investigation conducted by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) , Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) and the Pensacola Police Department.