Anonymous takes on Maryville, MO for another rapey coverup

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by anon walker, Oct 14, 2013.

  1. Anonymous Member

    Prison rape joke not appropriate, TYVM.
  2. Anonymous Member


    it IS a rape thread after all, but.... it is certainly natural to wish for an abuser and bully to suffer poetic justice.
  3. ababel Member

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  4. Andy Downs Member

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  5. Neonano Member

    I have contacted The mayor with this message.
    Greetings, World.

    We are #OpMaryville

    Two young girls have been raped in the town of Maryville, Missouri. Another high school football star, the grandson of a Missouri state official, has walked free. The people of Maryville turned their backs on these victims and one family has been forced to flee the town. Their house was later burned to the ground.

    On January 8th, a 14-year-old girl named Daisy Coleman and her 13-year-old friend were both raped in Maryville. Evidence of this assault was captured on film. Daisy's unconscious body was later dumped into her family's yard, left alone for hours in freezing weather. One of Daisy's attackers was initially in police custody, where he admitted to having sex with her while she was under the influence. He claimed it was consensual. The hospital states the young girl's blood alcohol level was almost twice the legal limit and they discovered three tears inside of her body, 2-4 inches in length. When asked if a crime occurred, the Sheriff told the press, "Hell yes, it occurred... And did these boys need to be punished for it? Absolutely.”

    One suspected rapist is Matthew Barnett, a student at the University of Central Missouri. He's the grandson of Missouri state Representative, Rex Barnett. At 17, Barnett was legally considered to be an adult. All charges against him have been dropped.

    We demand an immediate investigation into the handling by local authorities of Daisy's case. Why was a suspect, who confessed to a crime, released with no charges? How was video and medical evidence not enough to put one of these football players inside a court room? What is the connection of these prosecutors, if any, to Rep. Rex Barnett? Most of all, We are wondering, how do the residents of Maryville sleep at night?

    We have heard Daisy's story far too often. We heard it from Steubenville, Halifax and Uttar Pradesh. In some cases, it was too late. Both Amanda Todd and Rehtaeh Parsons, girls not much older than Daisy, took their own lives after the adults, the police and the school system, failed to protect them. If Maryville won't defend these young girls, if the police are too cowardly or corrupt to do their jobs, if justice system has abandoned them, then we will have to stand for them. Mayor Jim Fall, your hands are dirty. Maryville, expect us.

    We Are Anonymous.
    We Are Legion.
    We do not forgive.
    We do not forget.
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  6. Anonymous Member

    Nice job, Anon
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  7. Anonymous Member

    Well waiters as date rapists ain't exactly a new thing. Cooks are vaguely more trustworthy and that's saying something.
  8. Anonymous Member

    Ever worked in a 'local restaurant'? I started out in one. where the rapey boys would have learned everything from the owners who were already banging the waitstaff for tips in the walk-in and in their cars out back.

    At 17 I was gotten my first real job thru my parent's extended social circle. They never knew what that led to, as I said nothing at the time. The restaurant owner came to me one night a few weeks in to the job and asked for advice (as a woman about his wife) and got me into his luxury automobile late at night after a shift. Once there he offered me a hundred bucks and cocaine to fuck him.

    Soon after having to dodge him for weeks and having to have a biker friend of mine pose as my boyfriend to pick me up at 2 AM so I wouldn't be solicited by him or the customers, I quit and was never employable in that shithole I grew up in again as he spread stories that I had stole from him and he was a pillar of the community et al, etc. He fucked me good, even if he never got into my pants.

    Fuck small town fly-over. I am glad the girls are standing up to this. Go anon! The only deterrent there is for this sort of thing is the fear of exposure: let their asses shine in all their glory.
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  9. Anonymous Member

    I must have missed the information ^^^ when reading several articles about the case. Do you have a link or dox where it indicates these facts, please?
  10. Anonymous Member

    It was 0.13, the information is in the links in this thread.
  11. Anonymous Member

    I read all the links and saw nothing of "3 vaginal tears between 2-4 inches". That post conflicts with the original story published by the Kansas City Star which stated, "Coleman called 911, which directed her to St. Francis Hospital in Maryville, where, according to Daisy’s medical report, doctors observed small vaginal tears indicative of recent sexual penetration."

    It might not seem like a big deal, but this kind of exaggeration of facts can cloud future investigation that will hopefully be initiated.

    Plus, anyone with a vagina knows you don't get 4-inch tears from having sex. Those kinds of tears are the result of giving birth without an episiotomy.
  12. Anonymous Member

    I never liked country but I love this song-
  13. Anonymous Member

    Aggh, posted too soon, about a girl who dares to wear mini-skirts to school.
  14. Anonymous Member

    cut the jokes
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  15. Anonymous Member

    What jokes?

    The rapey postings to the ocal restaurant ? What?
  16. Anonymous Member

    Anons joke. It is how we deal with serious subjects like rape, forced abortion, human trafficking and child pornography without losing our minds. It is who we are. Deal with it.
  17. Anonymous Member

    We're asking nicely. Please. Some of us would much prefer not to have to wade through rape jokes to work on this. KTHX.
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  18. The Wrong Guy Member

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  19. anon walker Moderator

    I bet the cops did not look at his phone to see if he had Qik or another cloud video storage app installed. Cuz they probably do not know of such things.
  20. anon walker Moderator

    Angry is good. Growing teeth is better.
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  21. anon walker Moderator

    I'd like to make it rain daisies on Maryville.
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  22. mongrel Member

    From the failbook page:
  23. anon walker Moderator

    And before you say 'two years ago,' I just checked my Qik account and there is some really old stuff living there.
  24. ababel Member

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  25. A.O.T.F Member

    #OpMaryville -- For Immediate Release

    Greetings, World.

    We are Anonymous.

    Over the past few days we have witnessed the internet unite around a single cause, justice for Daisy Coleman, her friend Paige, and their families. Netizens from around the world have come together, not only to defend victims of rape, but to attack a system that has continuously failed to punish rapists for their crimes. We have been horrified to discover the extent to which police and state officials are willing to go to protect themselves, and their allies, at the expense of these victim’s honor.

    - First, we address Maryville’s Sheriff Darren White:

    Dear Sheriff, what could we possibly have done to offend you? It was obvious to us at the onset of our campaign that your role in this travesty of justice was minimal. You’re just a small town guy, with no where near the authority required to effectively cover up the rape of a 14-year-old girl. We know you couldn't if you tried. There are important people that need to be held accountable for this, not you.

    Continued -
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  27. Anonymous Member

    I saw it in one article, as well, but it hasn't been repeated in any others. Unfortunately, I have read so many that I'll be damned if I can find it again. If anything, I would trust the Kansas City Star report, since it is the original, unless something new came out in the TV interviews.
  28. ababel Member

    Haha I noticed! ;)
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  29. rickybobby Member

    OMG. That is one of the most brilliant epistles I have been privileged to read in a looooong time. The simultaneous satire and irony BURNS. It's a damn shame it will probably go right over the heads of those to whom it is addressed.

    +12 internets to you, whomever wrote this.

    THIS is why I FUCKING LOVE YOU, ANONYMOUS. I WILL NEVER LEAVE YOU. You always deliver the true lulz.
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  30. Disambiguation Global Moderator

    Rape jokes go with the territory. They can be moved to "Rape Jokes" Thread.
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  31. A.O.T.F Member

    I Second That! ;)
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  32. Andy Downs Member

    No one should take this quote literally. It is just a way of getting everyone to think a bit.
    This is a serious subject, and I can promise you it is even more serious to the victims. This is not someway to attack government for the girl(s) who were raped. Their lives are going to be opened now to the entire world. That is not easy in the most just of actions.
    If things are not accurate they will reflect on the entire effort.
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  33. Disambiguation Global Moderator

    Andy, true. But their lives have already been opened up to the entire town. Rape victims confront the problem of exposure and they have a choice, be quiet or be loud. If they are not quiet It's true that if something not accurate appears, Anonymous will look embarrassed....not.
    It's Important to remember that sluts, liars and criminals get raped too.
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  34. Anonymous Member

    I tried the restaurant for the first time today. I ordered a water and a soup and salad. I remember drinking the water but then I passed out. Apparently my water had been spiked.

    I don't remember too much but I think I was raped repeatedly by a bunch of football players while I was passed out. When I came too I tried to speak to the manager, the owner, and even the attorney general. Unfortunately I was repeatedly harrassed and then someone burned down my house.

    And the worst part was my silverware was dirty. I would not recommend this establishment because I don't like dirty silverware.
    Was this review …?
  35. Anonymous Member

    Horrible, Horrible, Horrible. Bad food, bad service, bad management

    The waiter kept telling my daughter to order the "d" and she kept saying no but he seemed to have a hard time understanding what no means.
  36. moarxenu Member

    Conservative Missouri talk show host Dana Loesch is FURIOUS about the Maryville rapes: " I hope Anonymous beats the crap out of these people. I really hope they do - scorched earth, man."

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  37. Anonymous Member

    I made this for all the people who aren't sure about Anonymous but are sure about this Op. Enjoy

    Attached Files:

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  38. rickybobby Member

    Oh dear. Jen Q decided she had to jump in:

    Let the lulz commence:

  39. I wonder why and if there is a similar reason why this same prosecutor dismissed the case against a gentry county bully who was shot by a gentry county deputy, Mike Miller.

    Seems that when court day arrived the excuse was given that all of the witnesses wouldn't cooperate. No trial. Gentry county man gets off free once again even whens guns were involved.

    Is this how this prosecutor "lets people off the hook"? Why would he let people off who have committed violent crimes?
  40. delanon Member

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