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Re: PedoGate

Postby Som-Pong » Sun Apr 29, 2018 7:23 am

Canuckster wrote:Have a few dresses in your closet do you? What

He's a furry lol.

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Postby Masato » Tue May 01, 2018 1:02 pm

SRBrant wrote:
Canuckster wrote:The truth is that if you want to express true tolerance in the world you need to be tolerant of the fact that I can think that you're a f****** nut job if you act a certain way. My opinion By and large isn't really going to affect your life. Personally I think if you are a crossdresser there something wrong with your brain.


Tolerance of intolerance is cowardice.

And you just made my shitlist.


Some hypocrisy here, lol

So we need to be tolerant and accepting of EVERYONE? No matter what? An individual cannot think another's actions might be crazy or weird, even if that's how he honestly feels?

Isn't putting someone on your shitlist being intolerant? lol If people are not free to think how they feel or be critical of things without harming anyone, we are in trouble. If everyone is to be tolerant of everything and no one can speak out without being called a bigot etc we have thought-policing.

Your heart is gold, I will always appreciate your idealism and I love ya, but you make no sense sometimes brother. :D

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Postby SRBrant » Tue May 01, 2018 6:48 pm

Masato wrote:
SRBrant wrote:
Canuckster wrote:The truth is that if you want to express true tolerance in the world you need to be tolerant of the fact that I can think that you're a f****** nut job if you act a certain way. My opinion By and large isn't really going to affect your life. Personally I think if you are a crossdresser there something wrong with your brain.


Tolerance of intolerance is cowardice.

And you just made my shitlist.


Some hypocrisy here, lol

So we need to be tolerant and accepting of EVERYONE? No matter what? An individual cannot think another's actions might be crazy or weird, even if that's how he honestly feels?

Isn't putting someone on your shitlist being intolerant? lol If people are not free to think how they feel or be critical of things without harming anyone, we are in trouble. If everyone is to be tolerant of everything and no one can speak out without being called a bigot etc we have thought-policing.

Your heart is gold, I will always appreciate your idealism and I love ya, but you make no sense sometimes brother. :D


Tolerance doesn't mean being a doormat.

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Postby Illuminat3d0ne » Tue May 08, 2018 1:55 am

Nxim connects and it goes fucking deep
Do you want the info here or the nxim thread?

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Postby Megaterio Llamas » Mon Jul 02, 2018 10:09 am

UCLA professor dies in 'mummification' ritual at Hollywood executive's home

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2018/07/01/uc ... -home.html

A California university professor died during a bondage session at the home of a Hollywood executive that went horribly wrong.

Doran George, 48, was found dead inside the home of Skip Chasey, an executive for Hollywood’s William Morris Endeavor agency and known in the BDSM (Bondage, Discipline, Dominance and Submission) community as “Master Skip,” on Nov. 19, 2017.

George, who was born Duncan Gilbert and did not use gendered pronouns, had been wrapped “head to toe in plastic wrap and gaffer’s tape, with small breathing holes at the nose and mouth,” according to an autopsy report obtained late last week by Variety.


“The decedent’s partner observed that the decedent was not reacting properly,” the report states. “The partner checked the decedent closer and realized that the decedent was not breathing. The partner called 911 and began cutting off the plastic and tape.”

George, who had a 16-year relationship with a man named Barry Shils that allowed for sexual activity outside their partnership, had become a regular playmate of Chasey's over the course of seven months preceeding his death.

When parademics arrived, they were unable to revive George.

The coroner’s office was unable to determine the cause of death and Chasey has not been charged with any wrongdoing, reports Variety.

Chasey’s lawyer, John Duran, told Variety that the two were participating in consensual activity and noted that the coroner did not conclude that the wrapping was the cause of George’s death.

“It’s been very sad and traumatic for Skip,” Duran said. “It’s someone he had an ongoing relationship with. Nobody expected it to end this way.”

According to a remembrance note published by UCLA, George had a successful career as a child in musical comedy in the United Kingdom before joining the Culture and Performance Ph.D. program at the university’s Department of World Arts and Cultures in 2008. They developed expertise in areas of LGBTQ and Disability Studies, earned their doctorate in 2014, taught several classes and were “highly respected, revered and adored" by peers and students alike.

"Those of you who had the honor of taking this course or being in one of Doran’s discussion sections know that their heart was as big as their laugh, and that their dedication to social justice was informed by their own queer immigrant experience," said Alicia Gaspar de Alba, a UCLA professor, in a separate note to colleagues.

The room in which George was found — replete with padded floor tiles, a metal cage and a padded examination table — was described as being “outfitted as a BDSM style dungeon” in the autopsy report.

The incident received renewed attention when it was discussed on a podcast called The Grey Zone.

For its part, the William Morris Endeavor agency has no plans to take action against Chasey.

“While we were unaware of the circumstances surrounding this personal matter until now, we understand that the police file is closed and no charges were brought. If other facts develop, we will re-evaluate the situation and determine any appropriate action to take,” the agency said in a statement to Variety.

Their partner has been left with a sense of guilt over what took place.

"In my grief, I’m hitting myself — like it was like watching my lover shoot heroin and not saying anything," Shils told The Hollywood Reporter. "Never in my wildest dreams did I think he was going to end up dead."

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Postby Shinkicker » Tue Jul 03, 2018 12:50 pm

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=AHm1VX7XD0o

"My tongue is better for them than an ice cream cone "

Wtf

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Postby Luigi » Tue Jul 03, 2018 11:57 pm

WME eh? Looks like the UFC is now owned by Pedos.
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Postby Masato » Wed Jul 04, 2018 2:25 pm

Network of Paedophile Cops Raped Children for Years Because Department ‘Mistakenly’ Covered It Up

https://thefreethoughtproject.com/netwo ... Newsletter

Inside information into the years-long sex saga involving two former Louisville Metropolitan Police Department (LMPD) officers is now being revealed. The city commissioned former U.S. Attorney Kerry Harvey to investigate the LMPD Explorers program for children to determine if sexual misconduct, abuse, and even rape were widespread with police officers involved in the program.

Two former LMPD officers have been charged with serious crimes, as The Free Thought Project reported, and the city, with good reason, wanted to know more about how police handled the complaints from parents and reports children were being groomed, propositioned, and even raped.

As TFTP reported in October 2017:

Brandon Wood…allegedly raped a teenage boy, both in [his] car and in a residence, and filmed the crime for the purposes of producing pornography. [Kenneth] Betts and Wood were police officer mentors in the Youth Explorer Program for kids who want to one day become law enforcement officers. It was inside the mentorship program that they are accused of finding their victims.


The accusations were followed by lawsuits with one lawyer reportedly representing five victims abused by officers inside the Explorers program. Not only did parents accuse the police officers’ superiors of doing nothing about their criminal complaints, the Police Officers’ union also began to stonewall, filing a lawsuit in an attempt to prevent investigators from interviewing more cops. As TFTP reported:

Just as the investigation into alleged sex scandals involving teenage explorers and Louisville police officers was progressing, the police union stepped in and filed a lawsuit to prevent at least three other officers from testifying in the case. The River City Fraternal Order of Police (RCFOP) filed a lawsuit mid-August to prevent the officers from incriminating themselves in the involuntary interviews with a private attorney hired at the request of the mayor’s office. Officers Matthew Gelhausen, Joseff Keeling and Paul Paris were protected from being forced to give a deposition to the lawyer as a result of the lawsuit filed by their union.

Harvey was paid $140,000 to compile the report and released his findings, which took a year to complete. His team concluded that was there were indeed mistakes made in handling the criminal complaints but denied any cover-up within the department.'

It is important to note that several sections in his report have been redacted and the public does not have access to what was written because those sections have been completely blacked out to readers. According to WDRB’s coverage of the report’s release, the investigator concluded there were numerous ways the police “mishandled” the investigations into criminal activity on the part of the officers involved.

The investigator concluded the supervisors of the Explorers program should have noticed, “a pattern could be seen that Betts viewed Explorers as potential sexual partners,” and interviewed every Explorer who ever had contact with Betts.
LMPD investigators should have taken their findings to the prosecutor’s office to see if criminal charges were warranted.
Investigators failed to conduct a forensic investigation into Betts’ cell phone, the same one he allegedly used to proposition a 16-year-old for sex.
Investigators failed to conduct a forensic interview with the girl, separate from her parents, an interview which likely would have been recorded.
Investigators deleted nude photographs on the girl’s phone which should have been saved as evidence.
An interview was conducted between police, the parents of the girl, and the girl but failed to record it.
Betts was allowed to resign. Harvey took umbrage with that decision writing he should have been fired and, “the record should be clear as to the nature of Betts’ misconduct and the decision to fire him as a consequence.

Even with all of these so-called “mistakes,” Harvey concluded in his 90-page report that “there was no effort in the LMPD senior command staff to cover up allegations of misconduct in the Explorer program.”

It may be easy to arrive at such a conclusion, especially since the city commissioned the investigation, presumably to get to the bottom of the matter but essentially to make the city appear as though it is doing its due diligence. However, when looking at this scenario as if Woods and Betts were not cops, and the ones investigating them were not their employers and fellow comrades in arms, a different scenario might emerge.

If a child had gone to the police with claims that her teacher was propositioning her for sex, the police would have set up an elaborate “to catch a pedophile” type of sting. The entire incident would have been recorded. The teacher would have been arrested, placed in an orange jumpsuit, filmed as he went into court, his mug shot would have been all over every local news outlet and on the internet, and the victim’s family would be interviewed to be able to express their outrage that a person in a position of authority would do such harm to a child.

Oh yeah…we’re not talking about a teacher in this case. We’re talking about police officers. And as TFTP has reported, they are seemingly a protected class of citizens. You be the judge—did this cop get protected by his superiors and the victims denied justice?

Criminal charges were only filed against the two officers after another male victim filed a lawsuit against the department, the officers, and the city alleging that he had been raped as a teenager, and the assault was filmed by the two officers. There are currently seven civil lawsuits pending against officers involved in the Explorers program.

Harvey also blames the police officers’ union (Fraternal Order of Police) for refusing to allow his team to interview active duty police officers whose names, among others, were mentioned above, and states that this stonewalling impeded his investigation. One might be tempted to think the union would want anyone suspected of or having knowledge of cop-involved pedophilia out of their ranks.

According to Harvey’s report, “Our inability to interview active-duty officers has, however, limited our access to material witnesses.” Harvey and his team were asked by the FBI to, in essence, stay out of its way and not interfere in the ongoing federal investigation into sex abuse crimes within the Explorers program at LMPD. It is unclear how far along the FBI’s investigation is in bringing federal sex abuse crimes, if any, against both past and current officers. Harvey also stated that a number of additional factors limited his investigation.

First, he was not given access to the items seized by the LMPD’s “Public Integrity Unit” when it conducted search warrants and seizures of items such as cell phones, social media accounts, and items taken from homes and vehicles. Harvey’s report also stated that since the team did not have subpoena power, no one they contacted was compelled by law to cooperate. As a result, Harvey’s subsequent investigation focused almost exclusively on Wood and Betts, two former LMPD officers who are currently being tried for their alleged crimes.


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