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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by AnonReaper420, Feb 12, 2015.

  1. AnonReaper420 Member

    MOD EDIT DOX

    this guy tells underage girls on facebook and other social media that if they do not call him or talk to him that he will kill himself and also has sent pictures to these underage girls with pictures of him cutting his arms just to try to get what he wants
  2. AnonReaper420 Member

    sorry i wasnt really sure where else to post this thread
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  4. Disambiguation Global Moderator

    Hi Reaper
    This guy should be reported to law enforcement.
    http://www.missingkids.com/CyberTipline
    Collect the evidence of what he has done, collect the information on the victims even if its just their usernames and report them to Cybertip line.
    Next- report him to Facebook then contact the girls he is manipulating and warn them that he is doing this to other girls too. If he tries to call then or asks for their phone #, Skype, email they need to tell their parents right away. Warn them by posting on their wall and if you can't the PM them.

    This is a set-up for gathering information to groom children and meet them. When he asks to meet them or asks for their contact information he is trying to recruit them. The dark-emo thing is very attractive to young teenagers.

    This kind of man is very dangerous and thank you for protecting these girls.
    I've edited his information because we don't show information about accused people until we know who they are.

    This is up to you. You are the only one who has the information. Recruit your friends to help with this. Its a long slow slog to go through all the girls he is manipulating and warn them. It has to be done and its easier with company.
    All the years I've spent doing this was worth it. Once I got a pedophile recruitment ring stopped in England by using cybertip line. They worked with CEOPS.
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  5. Disambiguation Global Moderator

    Don't bother to make a user account this time and STFU Caleb.
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  6. PickANumber Member

    Awesome that you are taking the time to notice this! That missingkids link from the moderator is a good suggestion.

    If this is occurring mostly in a local area, a school guidance office is a second place to report.
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  7. Disambiguation Global Moderator

    No. Law enforcement is the first place to report.
    and the second and the third. You get the drift.
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  8. System Member

    or if you want contact @ReportaPed0 on twitter few of the admin are in law enforcement
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  9. System Member

    oh boy that fucktard is back?
  10. Anonymous Member

    From PST 21:15 - Feb. 17th, 2015:

    hoarsefish&caleb_chambers.jpg
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  11. PickANumber Member

    Good to know. I will check out the Twitter page. Thanks.
  12. PickANumber Member

    ITA with going to law enforcement. The reason I look for a second resource to offer is that as a young teen, I reported a friend's situation to the local PD. A detective talked to my friend and to her stepfather figure (mother's boyfriend), and decided it was consensual sex. She was 14, below the age of consent in the state (this happened in the US). I suspect any "consent" was more like: If you stop hitting my intoxicated mom and let her pass out, I'll take care of you. He is/was in the military, and years later when sexual assault in the military finally became a big deal, I tried reporting him to the FBI -- worst experience ever and no help came from that call. She might as well have said NYPA. I don't regret trying to report her situation all those years ago, but if I had been able to turn to a second source, maybe the outcome would have been better for her.

    I still always report red flags regarding children to law enforcement, and I look forward to the day when I don't feel the need to consider back up plans. Although if I see something on the Internet and don't know the child or the location, reporting to law enforcement is my only option with no back up plan.

    What I would love to see is a publicly viewable database with no identifying information but perhaps when a person reports something, the law enforcement agency would provide a report number or code, and the reporter (person reporting, I mean) could check the database to see a check mark or confirmation that the case had been assigned to someone to review.

    The grooming you mentioned is interesting and horrible. Even though I'm aware of the concept, the actual technique used in a given situation is always disturbing. Criminals never seem to run out of new ideas.
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