Friday, April 7, 2017

Brevard's Bestest News: Dana Delaney Loyd CONVICTED of making false allegations on her "alternative news" blog

I guess we can call her Dana BALONEY Loyd after a jury convicted her of making a false claim of receiving reports of CSA. No doubt, at least part of the false claim was likely to increase exposure for her alternative news site "Brevard's Best News," but now her news site has turned into a site defending her actions. She even made her own GoFundMe page to beg for help after getting arrested. Maybe "Safe Kids International"should reconsider their support of this convicted criminal.

Website editor found guilty of falsely reporting child abuse in Brevard County
by: Mark Boxley Updated: Apr 2, 2017 - 4:51 PM

BREVARD COUNTY, Fla. - A Brevard County website editor is facing up to five years in prison after being found guilty of falsely accusing a man of sexually abusing his elementary school-aged daughter.

According to the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office, Dana Loyd, 44, reported the abuse while claiming to be a substitute teacher at Quest Elementary School named Theresa Smith.

She called the Florida Department of Children and Families Hotline on April 29, 2015 and told authorities that the girl had confided in her about the abuse.

Staff at Quest Elementary School, though, told investigators that there had not been a substitute teacher by that name the day the caller said the girl had told her about the abuse, the sheriff’s office said.

Deputies were able to match the phone number used to call the hotline to Loyd, who was also found to be “chief editor” of the website

The site, which was still active Sunday, posted two articles titled “Please Help Fight for Justice!!!” and “Blood in the Streets?”  Both named the girl’s father.

The second article also identified the girl by name, the sheriff’s office said.

“Additionally, it was learned that Loyd was allegedly contacting the father’s employment and other organizations where he was volunteering, advising he was a child molester,” the BCSO said in a Facebook post. “The investigation determined that the allegations of the reported abuse were unsubstantiated.”

Loyd admitted she had called the DCF hotline and the father’s employer and others as “harassment,” investigators said.

A jury found Loyd guilty of filing a false report of child abuse on Thursday.

She will be sentenced at a later date, the sheriff’s office said.

“I am extremely proud of everyone involved in the investigation and subsequent prosecution, as the investigation, arrest and conviction sends a very strong message to anyone who falsely reports crime in our community,” Sheriff Wayne Ivey wrote in the BCSO Facebook post.

Friday, March 17, 2017

P.A.P. Smear: Sonia Parker's Texas based "Parents Against Predator" group is getting away with harassment

Heads up to my Texas followers: This woman is Sonia Parker, "CEO" of "Parents Against Predators" out of Houston. She was recently on KHOU news for her targeted harassment campaigns, or as the media calls them to minimize the damage they cause, "awareness campaigns." (Here is their list of sponsors so we can avoid patronizing their stores.)

Her Facebook page is filled mostly with discussions about her paranoia about transgendered folks and the whole bathroom issue. I think it is rather funny that her online group focuses on this issue so much, but maybe she's just mad because people confuse her for a man.

Here you can see Sonia Parker name dropping folks who are connected to Black LIES Matter (gee, what a shock, eh?) but what does the families of Trayvon Martin, Tamir Rice, and Eric Garner have to do with this issue? Nothing.

What is she doing to protect her community from gangbangers, dope boys and other hoodlums who are causing far more damage to her community? You know, the REAL predators?

Even the organization's mission is unclear. Their mission statement states, "To bring awareness  to parents in our communities by providing information on registered sex offenders locally and worldwide." Yet, many of their services doesn't have anything to do with their mission:

We welcome the City, County, State, National Law Enforcements, Businesses, Schools and Churches to join in our efforts in keeping sex offenders behind bars

Easter Egg Hunts -- Not relevant
Coats and Shoe Drives -- Not relevant
Sock & Undergarment Drive -- Not relevant
A Day of Remembrance for Victims of Child Abuse
Missing and Murder Children Balloon Release -- OK what does that have to do with registrants? That's more BLM
Stanger Danger Awareness -- Not even NCMEC teaches stranger danger, lady, get with the times.
Sex Offenders Awareness
Christmas Toy Drive -- Again, irrelevant
Thanksgiving Food Drive -- Irrelevant
Mother's Day for Mothers of Murdered Children -- Based on her videos I assume this is BLM propaganda
Parents Against Predators "Big Sister Program"
Court Appearances for Murdered Children -- Again, a BLM thing
Trafficking Awareness -- You do realize most trafficking is made up, right?
Bullying Awareness -- Irrelevant

It seems to me that many of these events are done to raise funds for the organization and most have nothing to do with "sex offenders awareness."

Add this woman to the pile of vigilante scum that I've featured here over the years. I have even grrater disgust for those who try to mix Predator Panic with Black LIES Matter Propaganda. What a disgusting person.

Monday, March 13, 2017

Thug jailed for attacking sex offender — weeks after boasting about cushy life in prison

This guy has to be seriously mentally ill. First, he attempted to rob a liquor store in a " zebra print onesie" (if you don't know what that is, CLICK HERE), now he attacks a guy based on faulty information. Also, check out the pics. Does he really have "Dove Soap" tattooed on his fingers?

Thug jailed for attacking sex offender — weeks after boasting about cushy life in prison

JAIL BOAST YOB CAGED AGAIN Thug jailed for attacking sex offender — weeks after boasting about cushy life in prison
Jack Brooks, 24, was last month pictured in his comfortable cell with Sugar Puffs, a Sony PlayStation and a CD player

11th March 2017, 2:59 am

A THUG who dropped a TV on a sex offender’s head has been jailed again — just weeks after The Sun published pictures of him boasting about his cushy life in prison.

Jack Brooks, 24, who was released on licence, was last month shown in his comfortable cell with Sugar Puffs, a Sony PlayStation and a CD player in Lancaster Farms prison.

He posted the snaps on Facebook while locked up for armed robbery in February 2015.

Brooks was hauled before the courts again after admitting assault causing actual bodily harm on February 3 while on parole at a hostel in Accrington, Lancs.

Prosecutor Alex Mann said Brooks claimed he assaulted the victim as he had heard he raped a child, he was a “dirty b******” and he thought he deserved it.

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

More trouble for Canada's "Creep Catchers" after Carl Young is arrested for harassment.

It seems that Carl Young has quite a long criminal record.

Dawson Raymond has a breaking-and-entering conviction as well.

What a couple of "outstanding" Canadian citizens, eh? What's that aboot?

Not guilty plea in Creep Catchers harassment case
By Troy Gillard (Twitter: @Troy_Gillard)
February 9, 2017 - 12:24pm

A member of Red Deer Creep Catchers facing charges in relation an incident in Lacombe has pleaded not guilty.

Karl Young, 37, who is also known as Carl Murphy, was charged in December after Lacombe Police say he targeted another individual online using vigilante-type tactics and lured them into meeting in person without justification or facts.

Police say a video of the encounter was posted on the Red Deer Creep Catchers Facebook page making false allegations against the individual.

In Red Deer court on Wednesday, Young pleaded not guilty on counts of mischief and criminal harassment.

The case has been adjourned to May 26.

Vigilante pedophile hunters slammed by police

February 19, 2017 Newswire  
Fame hungry’ Canadian group of vigilante pedophile hunters is slammed for naming and shaming innocent men and interfering with police work

A group of vigilante pedophile hunters in Canada has been slammed for interfering with police work and labeling innocent citizens as sexual predators. 

Creep Catchers, which has a handful of chapters across the country, has its members pose as underage boys and girls online and arrange meetings with would-be predators. 

They film the encounters to share online and also post screenshots of the conversations leading up to the meetings to name and shame the adults involved. 

But police say the network of vigilantes, whose most prominent members have criminal records themselves, is doing more harm than good. 

They say the meetings can drive predators they are on the verge of arresting underground and that the vigilantes are only seeking to make money and find fame.

‘What they’re doing is absolutely not protecting children in any way,’ Insp. Dave Dubnyk of Alberta’s Integrated Child Exploitation unit told

In one case in Alberta, the group confronted a pedophile who police were preparing to arrest. He disappeared after their meeting and is accused of molesting a baby and a toddler afterwards.

‘There’s nothing good coming from this, nothing good at all, except for an emotional response that’s very acute and very short lived,’ Staff Sergeant Stephen Camp of the Alberta Law Enforcement Response Team’s Integrated Child Exploitation Unit told of the group.

Another allegation is that it wrongly targets people who haven’t committed any form of child abuse.

The parents of a 22-year-old who was profiled by the group for inviting a 15-year-old boy over to his house say the group made his life torturous.

He said the meeting was innocent and that the boy told him he needed support coming out as gay.

In messages beforehand, he said the boy could go to his house ‘as friends’ and that they mustn’t ‘fool around’ but he was shamed by the group.

In a video of the confrontation, he wept: ‘I’m not a creep. I’m not a molester. I’m nothing.’  The man’s father said he had been used as ‘cheap entertainment’.

Last year another man lashed out at the group after being shown in one of its videos. He said he believed the girl he was meeting was 18.  

In Canada it is not illegal for an adult to arrange to meet a child if they show no intent to kidnap or sexually abuse them.

Some of Creep Catcher’s most prolific members have criminal records of their own and one has been arrested for harassment since joining the anti-pedophile crusade.

Katelynn McKnight, 27, took her life in September last year after the group accused her of soliciting sex from a 14-year-old

Karl Young has 25 separate convictions for offenses in New Brunswick, reported.

The newspaper also claimed that Dawson Raymond, who describes himself as ‘the original creep catcher’, has a breaking and entering conviction. Raymond vehemently denies the allegation.

He earlier told Vice he’d created a ‘movement’ which others had hopped on to.  

Creep Catchers has been blamed for the suicide of a transgender woman who killed herself after being targeted by the group.

Katelynn McKnight, 27, took her life in September last year after the group accused her of soliciting sex from a 14-year-old.

The group was also condemned for filming a disabled man with cerebral palsy and sharing his identity online. The man said he’d been told by the ‘girl’ that she was in fact a 20-year-old escort. 

He arrived to their meeting in a mobility scooter where he questioned why he’d been entrapped. At the time Creep Catchers defended the snare, telling CTV news: ‘Mental disability or not, it needs to be out there.’   

Saturday, January 21, 2017

Canada's "Creep Catchers" implodes after these vigilante thugs cause the suicide of a transgendered woman

And to think, Canada's Conservatard party wants to make the registry public so these idiotic fucktards could find more people to harass. Notice that none of these "hroes" have the balls to reveal their identities. This isn't Batman, so why hide if these douchecanoes are so "heroic"? I'd slap the shit out of these motherfuckers if I met one in real life.

Creep Catcher vigilantes under fire over death of mentally ill woman in video

Tragedy has members of the self-styled pedophile hunting group speaking out about controversial tactics
By Sheena Goodyear, CBC News Posted: Oct 11, 2016 3:00 AM MT Last Updated: Oct 11, 2016 3:00 AM MT

Katelynn Ariel McKnight's life was turned upside down in April when a man showed up on her doorstep in Edmonton, pointed a camera phone in her face and accused her of trying to lure a 14-year-old girl online.

"I can't believe that you would accuse me of this," she told him through gritted teeth, her hands shaking. "I was sexually exploited when I was a child."

She told him her phone had been stolen four days earlier and that she'd just been released from the hospital after a suicide attempt.

Five months later, on Sept. 7, McKnight died. Her friends and family say she took her own life. She was 27.

Edmonton police say her death has been ruled non-criminal but that an investigation into the circumstances surrounding it is ongoing.

The man who took the video of McKnight is John Doep, president of the Edmonton chapter of Creep Catcher, a national network of self-styled pedophile hunters who pose as minors online in order to bait would-be sex offenders and share videos of the encounters online.

The McKnight video was one of Creep Catcher's biggest hits, racking up millions of views across multiple websites and YouTube channels, with headlines like "Man Confronts A Dude Who Was Allegedly Trying To Hook Up With Him After Pretending To A Be 14-Year-Old Girl Online!" and "Creepy Child Predator Confronted!" 

McKnight, who used to be known as Joe Dunn, identified as female.

Reached for comment, Cathy Dunn, McKnight's mother, told CBC News: "I don't agree with the tactics of vigilante justice. It wasn't right in the old Wild West, and it's not right now."

Trouble in the Creep Catcher ranks

The McKnight video has created rifts within the Creep Catcher network, which has chapters spread across 19 cities in six provinces.

Three former members told CBC News they quit the group because of it.

"That video was a red flag for me as far as targeting people — targeting people for fame," said Mira, who asked that her real name not be used because she fears reprisal from Creep Catcher supporters. 

"I really felt that Katelynn was an extremely vulnerable person … mentally."

Mira brought her concerns to Doep and Dawson Raymond, the group's president and founder, but says she was dismissed.

Another former member, who uses the online pseudonym Dylan Massett, said the video was not up to Creep Catcher standards because Doep went to McKnight's home instead of meeting in public.

"There's a reason that you have the meet in public, right? It shows that it's actually them, and they have come with intent," he said.

Mira shared screenshots with CBC News showing her and Massett asking Doep to take the video down. 

He responds: "I don't think you guys have any idea what it is to be a creep catcher."

Doep did not respond to multiple requests for comment.

Dawson, when asked about McKnight, replied: "The one that pulled the suicide?" He did not provide further comment.

Christian Ruckus, a member of the Lloyminster, Alta., chapter of Creep Catcher, told CBC News that he is a relative of McKnight's and he believes posting the video was the right thing to do. 

"I still stand by the decision 100 per cent," he said. "The fact of the matter was there was a potential predator trying to lure a minor. And regardless of any state or being, that needed to be exposed."

Ruckus said the video has since been removed from all Creep Catcher-affiliated sites "out of respect for the family" and that Creep Catcher has asked other sites to do the same. 

'Judge, jury, executioner'

Publicly shaming people without due process is dangerous, says Michael Seto, who researches pedophilia and sex offenders. 

"There is so much stigma and anger about sexual offending, and I worry about the unintended harm this public identification can have on vulnerable accused," said Seto, who is the director of the forensic research unit at University of Ottawa's Institute of Mental Health Research. 

Members of vigilante groups have no training, accountability or resources at their disposal, says Staff Sgt. Stephen Camp of the Alberta Integrated Child Exploitation Unit, which includes investigators from the RCMP and municipal police forces. 

"They publicly shame them, and they pretty well act as the judge, jury, executioner at that point, and they wash their hands of it and walk away," he said. 

"Let's look at the vulnerable people that get caught up in Creep Catcher's methods. McKnight is an example. There's other examples out there."

'A human, with loved ones, with dreams'

R.L. Daikin started the Facebook group "Creep Catchers Harassing Mentally Ill and Disabled People" after her own daughter, who has bipolar disorder, appeared in one of the group's videos.

She said McKnight reached out to her on Facebook, and the two often chatted about McKnight's mental health struggles and the time she spent living on the street and in group homes. 

"It was so apparent that this woman was in desperate need of help," Daikin said. 

She says McKnight was harassed because of the video and often talked about taking her own life.

"It's very painful to have somebody who might be dying right in front of you, and you can't do anything about it," Daikin said.

Still, there is a lot of support for Creep Catcher.

Dozens of people have taken to the Creep Catcher Facebook page in the wake of McKnight's death to voice their support for the organization.

Some even say McKnight deserved to die.

"Have you people no respect?" said Vicky Penny, who stepped down as Creep Catcher's webmaster over the McKnight video. "She may or may not have been trying to meet [someone]. Either way, she was a human, with loved ones, with dreams, feelings, life."

A memorial was held for McKnight on Oct. 1 in Spruce Grove, Alta., where her parents live.

"There were many comments from people about how she had been very caring and giving of people in her community," her mother said. "She will be sorely missed."

Friday, January 6, 2017

This is why the UK doesn't need to follow the USSA's bad example

I can understand why there are so many dumbassed Brits; after all, 'Murkans are largely British descendants. They want a public registry. Well, this story is a good reason not to have one.

Oh, note he only got 12 years for this crime.

Vigilante killer punched man to death while he was hooked up to a DIALYSIS machine in his own home because he wrongly thought he was a paedophile

By James Dunn For Mailonline
PUBLISHED: 12:54 EST, 15 December 2016 | UPDATED: 03:18 EST, 16 December 2016

A killer punched a man to death while he was hooked up to a dialysis machine because he mistakenly thought the victim was a paedophile.

Adam Goodridge, 30, turned up at Paul Sandford's home in Maltby, South Yorkshire and made the accusation, which police said was 'unfounded', a court heard.

He threatened to Kill Mr Sandford, 38, unless he move out of the area within a week but then immediately began his attack - despite him using the dialysis machine.

Adam Goodridge, 30, was today jailed for 12 years for manslaughter. Goodridge attacked Paul Sandford because he thought he was a paedophile

Goodridge even photographed the injuries he caused then told Mr Sandford's friends to tell paramedics that he had fallen in the bath before leaving his home.

Mr Sandford was admitted to hospital with a bleed on the brain, a fractured eye socket and severe cuts and bruising to his face and hands on October 30. He died in hospital five days later. 

Goodridge was found guilty on Wednesday of manslaughter and today jailed for 12 years at Sheffield Crown Court.

Detective Inspector Simon Palmer, Senior Investigating Officer at South Yorkshire Police, said: 'I am pleased with today's sentence, and that Goodridge will be incarcerated for a very long time for the brutal attack he carried out on Mr Sandford.

'On sentencing, the Judge made a comment regarding Goodridges' motive relating to his mistaken belief regarding Mr Sandford's character, however I'd like to reiterate that allegations made in relation to this were unfounded.

'Mr Sandford was a well-liked man and due to illness he was incredibly vulnerable. Goodridge took advantage of that, and robbed his friends and family of the time they had left with him.

'I hope that today's sentence can go some way towards helping them find closure and start to rebuild their lives.'