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This man is Curtis J. Hart, a "libertarian politician" from Kelso, WA. In addition to running a small-time online radio show and generally making an ass of himself, and losing elections by landslides in podunk towns, Hart runs his own joke of an online vigilante team called "The Punisher Squad." What a joke. I guess he must be desperate if he couldn't beat a 70 year old man for a podunk commission seat.
Vigilante group hunting potential child predators in Kelso
Maggie Vespa , KGW 11:19 PM. PST March 04, 2016
KELSO, Wash. -- Ask Curtis Hart if he considers himself a vigilante and you’ll get a blunt answer.
“I’ve been called worse,” he said.
Regardless of the title, Hart says he and roughly five of his friends, who call themselves the Punisher Squad, are serving a vital purpose. They’re catching potential child predators before they have the chance to strike, posting videos of their encounters on YouTube, and only calling police once it’s time for an arrest to be made.
Their first experiment, which happened Thursday, was a success in Hart’s mind.
The proof, being that of 36-year-old Adam Olson, of Castle Rock, who is behind bars, being held on $50,000 bond.
“He believed he was there to meet a 13-year-old girl to have sex with,” said Hart. “The whole thing was exactly like an episode of ‘To Catch a Predator.’”
According to the Kelso police report, Hart and a friend posted a message Thursday in the online app ‘Whisper’.' They posed as a 14-year-old girl, looking to “have fun with an older man”.
“Immediately, I got 30 to 40 responses,” he said.
Hart says he zeroed in on Olson. The two traded selfies, and Hart, still posing as the teen, said he was actually 13.
Quickly, reports show, the conversation became sexual.
“It was absolutely disgusting,” said Hart.
Hart said Olson pressed to meet the fake teen, so he rounded up some buddies, at least one of them armed, and headed to Kelso’s Tom O’Shanter Park.
He said Kelso police had no idea, until Hart and his friends decided it was time for officers to make an arrest, which they did moments later.
“We didn't want to leave it up to the police because you can't just sit around on your hands waiting for government to come and fix everything,” said Hart. “To wait for government is to want your city to end up like Flint, Michigan.”
It’s the same rationale used by similar civilian groups around the world.
The trend, in one city, was dubbed “The Hunter Phenomenon”.
Police elsewhere have pleaded for it to stop, saying it’s ruined lives, put civilians at risk and left would-be slam dunk cases riddled with holes.
KGW reached out to Kelso Police for comment on Olson’s arrest. We were told no one was available.
People living in Kelso and Longview, though, did want to talk about the idea, including David Willis. He has two daughters, and he’s all for it.
“The police are overwhelmed,” he said. “As far as a community, you want people to come together.”
Others were not so sold.
“They're not police,” said Bob Johnson. “They don't have experience. They don't know what they're doing, and we have laws that protect people that haven't done anything yet.”
Prosecutors in Cowlitz County have yet to file formal charges against Olson.
He’s being held on probable cause for one count of second-degree attempted rape of a child and one count of communication with a minor for immoral purposes by electronic means.
Shaun Webb expects those of us in the anti-registry movement to support him and his books while bashing us all the while. Over the years, I've tried to offer support to other registrants, even though many are unwilling to help anyone but themselves. Shaun Webb of Michigan is one such person. He expects people to support him by buying his books (none of his books benefit our cause), but has offered nothing in return.
Earlier in this blog, I mentioned how Shaun Webb reminds me of Clay Keys, a registrant in Florida who got mad over some petty dispute and joined Absolute Zero Unites in harassing registrant activists. Shaun Webb, a Level 2 sex offender, is attacking our cause. His reason for being mad? He called me while I was traveling and he had trouble hearing me. That's it. This is the whole reason he's been whining like a fat ugly punk-ass bitch since last October and bashing registrant activists.
After trying in vain to bash me and others who gave legitimate critical reviews of his shitty books on Goodreads and after creating no fewer than half a dozen fake names in order to try to inflate the number of good reviews for his books while giving Once fallen bad reviews, he finally gave up Goodreads for the moment and took his little crying spell to his crappy Wordpress blog. (I guess after he send me no fewer than a dozen spam messages that I don't bother publishing, I'd see why he made it a point to spam me wioth his trashy blog no one cares about.) So here is Shaun Webb's latest hissy fit.
Just remember folks, if this guy is willing to use the word "pedophile," then why would anyone in the Anti-Registry Movement support him? But allow me to clear the air on his so-called 'donations first, since Webb seems to have a memory issue. In reality, what he asked me to do for him was accept a $300 Paypal payment on his credit card and send him $250 of it back so he could bypass the limit on cash withdrawals. (I'll be contacting Paypal and when I can get an invoice from that time, I'll post it. Shaun Webb is too easy to debunk because of his selective memory.) He got in some hot water with the credit card companies because they called me looking for him.
Anyone who has ever donated knows I send a thank you in response, and that I take calls and I don't demand anything in return, though I encourage them to support the cause. Yes, most of us are aware this is a thankless job most of the time, and that few callers go on to become front-line activists. Shaun Webb never helped the cause, so I'd say his own accusations just make him look silly.
On to Shaun's laughable breakdown of my work over the past year:
I can't help but to laugh at the absurdity. Hey, has anybody SEEN Shaun Webb anywhere? I think he got one mention for his new self-published trash in one local paper. I love the comments section for that article, by the way. Maybe someday, Shaun can be somewhere beyond the Oakland Press. Maybe if he can write a better research paper than I can and... Sorry, folks, I'm laughing too hard to continue. Shaun COULD write one but he'd likely just copy-and-paste what someone else wrote and add a few comments. How you know which comments are his? Look for the grammar errors :)
Again, this rant is hilarious. But just because this is so easily debunked....
I'd say 307 > 26, Shaun. You might want to freshen up on your math. On to another of my favorites:
LOL. What joke. They guy is still here. The apartment below me is opening up so we've been waiting for it to open up. There has been no rush and anyone who wants to call and confirm that can do so.
This one literally made me laugh my ass off. I could bring up how you backed off the Dr. Phil Show because they wanted to give you a polygraph (although in that case, I wouldn't blame you), but this is the guy who lives in Michigan but has NEVER done ANYTHINg but promote his books. n fact, I DARE Shaun Webb to show us what he has done to the cause/ Go on, I'll be waiting. The Lansing thing was his idea, but then when it was time to put up or shut up, he shut up. Fucking coward!
This one is just too much. In addition to bashing the size of the movement, he pulled a page out of the Valigator playbook. I guess since Valerie Parkhurst & Shaun Webb have become internet BFFs, I'm not surprised he sounds like Val. I remember when Val tried to claim all my neighbors were calling her to ask her how to chase my out of my home. Too funny!
On the other bratty comments, fat jokes don't faze me, I know Shaun Webb hasn't missed too many meals, either. And people already know I'm not afraid to express my disapproval at the lack of participation in the movement, but I'm not the only one who has. Even the mighty Janice Bellucci has done that. There should be 850,000 pissed off people.
Shaun Webb make his own enemies by attacking them over minor slights and he trolls them incessantly over the slight. Just like T-Sand. Just like Valigator. Three peas in a pod. (I should mention he made Valigator an anti-hero in his Behind the Brick book).
Shaun Webb apparently doesn't understand what slander and defamation of character is, but maybe it is time I give him a lesson on it.
Give it a rest, Shaun. I had considered removing the warning about you,but you reminded me why I should keep up the bad book reviews and the posts here on AZ-Unites about you. You cannot be trusted.
Mentally ill man arrested after hunting down sex offender with hammer, deputies say Mar. 8, 2016 CLERMONT — A convicted sex offender fended off an attack from a man wielding a hammer and "acting really nervous and sweating" who rang his doorbell Monday night, reports show. Bruce Babchyck, 54, opened the door of his Jardim De Largo Street home at around 9:30 p.m. to a man who allegedly lunged at him at him with the hammer, deputies said. Babchyck, a retired Navy officer who was found guilty in 2014 of downloading child porn on a government computer, fought back and pushed back the man enough to close the door. He told authorities he then heard several loud bangs on his door and several more in the driveway where his car was parked. When deputies found the suspect, Ian Saum, 26, he told them he looked up sex offenders in the area and tracked down Babchyck's residence, records show. He told authorities he thought the attack would "vindicate him of his wrong doings," an arrest report said. Deputies found several large dents in Babchyck's front door, which appeared to have been caused by a hammer, officials said. They also found three deep scratches to the driver's side window of his vehicle. Saum was jailed and is facing charges including burglary and criminal mischief. He has been arrested in Orange and Lake counties for charges including disturbing the peace, resisting officers, larceny and battery. He was shot by Lake County deputies Jan. 23, 2014, after taking a carving knife into the street and cutting himself with a "zombie" look. Officials said they were forced to shoot after Saum moved toward deputies and refused to drop the weapon. "He's mentally ill and should be in a hospital," said his mother, Jackie Taylor, as she broke into tears. "This is what can happen because he's not mentally stable and shouldn't be living out in society. I just want him to get the help he needs. I don't want him to hurt anyone." Taylor said Saum has been admitted to several facilities including a state hospital to treat his schizophrenia. He was released from a state mental-health facility last month after being involuntarily committed under the state's Baker Act. She said her son constantly hallucinates and feels paranoid, which was part of the reason behind him attacking Babchyck. Taylor said Saum had been saying he feels society hates him. "I've tried everything and don't know what to do," Taylor said. Saum called his brother after the attack and told him what happened. His mother reported the crime to deputies. "How sad is it that I feel he's safer in jail? What kind of mother wants to say that?" Taylor questioned. "He's the most loving, giving person. I just want him to get better."
Yesterday, Lauren Book brought her gaudy tour bus to Jacksonville FL. The Village People Bikers Against Child Abuse were there, but no surprisingly, the losers from No Peace For Predators were nowhere to be found. Gee, you'd think they'd be supporting another group or two claiming to want to stop child abuse?
Not one of these weekend warriors are from "No Peace For Predators"
I am sure they had more important things to do and just missed the event. You know, important things like cheer someone's death (a death that I wouldn't be surprised if they intentionally caused it):
Lets stop pretending that NPFP is a "child advocacy" group. I can't stand that skanky Smeagol-like Lauren Book, but she actually does other things besides cheer the death of people on Facebook. If there was such a thing as "karma" (there isn't), then NPFP would be overdue for some.