Operation DarkNet - war on pedophilia

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by The Wrong Guy, Oct 18, 2011.

  1. laughingsock Member

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  2. What about freenet child porn links, should be banned too ! Thoses scumbags, piece of shit don't deserve to live.
    Sorry my awful english :/
  3. I have been watching your videos on Youtube, reading about you in the news and found this site and read, I can't but love what you're doing...! If I knew how to, I would do nothing less but do the same, make life ALOT harder for pedophiles and child abusers, etc etc.

    You got my support!
  4. Anonymous Member

    Oh hai guise. Ummm i found an onion link that needs run out of teh webbys forever. I clicked on what i thought was a gore site. NOT SO MUCH, it's actually a active pedo site for the worst of teh worse.
    These sick fucks are trading OC and chating up about how the love to hurt children. Toddlers. I'm not going to provide a link but their name is "scream bitch". How can we or I shut them down?
  5. Disambiguation Global Moderator

    Cross post:
    Hi Disgusting
    These pervs have to be reported to law enforcement
    Cybertip line, give what information you can about the onion.

    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. 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.
    This part of Anonymous isn't the investigate and DDOS part.

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  6. Anonymous Member

    Can i get in trouble for sharing the link? And i certainly will not revisit or download anything from there.
    Also thanks for responding.
  7. Anonymous Member

    If you can talk to a lawyer about your question about the link, you'll be taking precautions. Without legal advice, my advice is Don't.Share.The.Link!

    There's a guy now incarcerated for something like 63 months for sharing a link. His name is Barrett Brown.
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  8. Anonymous Member

    I'm familiar with Barrett browns case. He was made an example of because he was a bit arrogant. I'm a long time lurker here and other places. I just didn't know who else to ask.
    Thanks for understanding.
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  9. Anonymous Member

    Question everything! ;)
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  10. Disambiguation Global Moderator

    Sharing a link is dangerous, the FBI has arrested and charged journalists for sharing a link (Barrett Brown, and I think Jeffery Hammond)
    Please contact the FBI at cybertipLine. You can report anonymously.
    Barrett Brown wasn't made an example because he was arrogant. I'm surprised you think that.
    This is really really important that you report to CyberTipLine. The FBI has been very successful at arresting an Admin for a child porn site and then using it as an IP trap and prosecuting the pedos they catch. Your IP is there already unless you used a proxy. Report it and you are safe.
    Thanks for doing this.
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  11. Anonymous Member

    I don't know Barrett Brown i only know the clips I've seen and that can be the only explanation for the thought stepping he has received.
    But iget the point. I really can not look the other way on this one. And i've seen some shit on teh webbs.
  12. Anonymous Member

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    Sickos reported.
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  13. A.O.T.F Member

    Excellent work, Disgusting.

    I wholeheartedly agree with Disambiguation .. Thanks for doing this.

    The FBI Had better do it's fucking job, and take these sick fucks out. Instead of covering shit up, and giving "a dodgy fucking deal to sick fuck pedophile billionaire, Jeffrey Edward Epstein "

    You copy that FBI!?
  14. Hey
  15. Anonymous Member

    I still don't know what to think of the guy. Some sources say he full of win, some say he full of shit.
  16. A.O.T.F Member

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  17. I truly believe MOST of us on this planet respect a child's right. So many of these PEDO websites show how humans are violating those child's rights. I also know that the entire planet doesn't all agree with at what age is it OK to have sex with children. Here in the states it might bounce a year or two here and there for an age of consent but can we all agree on say 12yrs. and under is simply wrong? Can we ALL agree to draw a line in the sand and state that if you have sex or put kids in a sexual environment at or below that age that a life time in prison is the punishment? I prefer death be the punishment but I'm biased. Someone in one of the threads mentions babies, that behavior cannot be condoned in any format. I applaud what all has been accomplished by ANON, I am grateful to those that have stepped up to go beyond what the government programs have been doing. I even applaud those politicians who have helped write Bills/Laws to combat such. However I write this today because this child pornography has been going on way way too long. I am trying to raise more awareness as it should be. All Government entities should have this in their TOP 5 things to do. It certainly is one of mine, but I am just a man, I am not computer savvy so all I can do is write letters. Yes I have turned in many websites, to a handful of international and national agencies. Yet here it is 10 months into 2016 and you can still type in PEDO and come across forums where they sell and trade DVD's, magazines, photos, and stories of child porn like some do with baseball cards. People that's 5 years since this thread started!!!!!! The human race doesn't need this, kids shouldn't be treated as such, and those responsible need to pay the highest penalty. Best regards.
  18. Do fuck off.
  19. Again
  20. White Tara Global Moderator

    Sorry, in the interest of fairness Non Calle responded thus to a spammer post that has been subsequently removed. My apologies to Non Calle, sometimes its a bit difficult to judge when and if we should remove posts responding to spammers to avoid accusations of censorship. :oops:
  21. psylonet Member

    this guy currently stalking a 16 y.o all info is up to date, fellow anon requesting people to help make his life horrible. thanks guys
  22. DeathHamster Member

    Not your private army.
  23. psylonet Member

    I understand that not looking for a private army just fighting against hunters that hunt the innocent. I was made aware of the thread and was sharing it. No worries. Not looking for any type of army or what not. Be safe
  24. DeathHamster Member

    You posted unconfirmed personal info via a dodgy Soviet Union site. You give no dox for the stalking. You want everyone to pile on, presumably with illegal methods (which we don't do here).

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  25. psylonet Member

    have a great day, be safe.
  26. psylonet Member

    if you dont know the facts then dont talk about something you dont know about, i spoke to a moderator and its taken care of, thanks, have a great day. be safe.
  27. You are a total dipshit
  28. psylonet Member

    Be safe! Hope you find peace in your life and the ability to respect others that are in the same fight. Till then be safe and good day.
  29. The Wrong Guy Member

    'To Catch a Predator' host Chris Hansen charged with bouncing two checks for $13,000 purchase

    By David Boroff, New York Daily News, January 16, 2019


    “To Catch a Predator” host Chris Hansen has been caught issuing bad checks in Connecticut following a $13,000 purchase, according to authorities.

    Hansen turned himself in to cops on Monday after allegedly bouncing two checks over the last two years at a Stamford store.

    He ordered the expensive items from Promotion Sales Limited in the summer of 2017, according to the Stamford Police Department. He wrote a check in the summer of 2017 that bounced, and another one last year that also failed to pass muster, according to police.

    The TV personality had asked for 355 ceramic mugs, 288 shirts and 650 vinyl decals, according to an arrest affidavit obtained by the Stamford Advocate newspaper. He was charged $12,998.05.

    He was warned by a police investigator after the first check bounced that he could be busted for larceny if he did not properly make the payment.

    “I told Chris that I understood that he may have trouble, but that nearly $13,000 is a lot of money to a ‘mom-and-pop’ business and it is not fair that he accepted the material but hasn’t paid for it,” investigator Sean Coughlin said, according to the Advocate.

    Hansen wrote Promotion Sales Limited owner Peter Psichopaidas after the second check bounced, claiming he believed he "had this covered."

    “I am scrambling to get it done," Hansen wrote in an email, according to the Advocate. "Please give me till the end of the day. I sold a boat to cover the rest of this and need to pick up the payment this afternoon.”

    Hansen did not send another check, according to authorities. He was charged with issuing a bad check and is expected to appear in court next week.

    "To Catch a Predator," which featured Hansen as host, used hidden cameras to catch criminals in the act.


    To Catch a Predator's Chris Hansen's Wife Filed for Divorce — and He's Being Evicted | PEOPLE

    'To Catch a Predator' star Chris Hansen's arrest draws out history of financial woes and complaints

    By Nancy Dillon, New York Daily News, January 18, 2019


    Former TV host Chris Hansen’s arrest for allegedly bouncing checks isn’t catching some of his past supporters off guard.

    The ex-fans say they donated to the Emmy winner’s 2015 “Hansen vs. Predator” Kickstarter campaign for a reboot of his famous “To Catch a Predator” series and never received their promised perks.

    “I’m disappointed but not surprised,” Giancarlo Genova, who gave $40 to the Kickstarter, said Friday of Hansen’s arrest in Connecticut last week.

    The 24-year-old graphic designer from Bristol, Conn., told the Daily News he admired Hansen before the Kickstarter debacle but now believes he was conned.

    Genova said he never received the signed glossy photo promised for his donor level or any information at all on his early VIP access to new episodes.

    “I loved watching ‘To Catch a Predator’ reruns on MSNBC and definitely want to do anything I can to keep predators off our streets,” he said of his reason for supporting the project.

    “But I never received anything. It was a slap in the face,” he fumed.

    “It’s ironic that someone who was taking down criminals is now in the hot water for being a criminal himself. It’s not on the same level, of course, but I feel like I was scammed,” Genova said.

    “It definitely felt like a scam,” donor Shawn Pisarski, 31, agreed Friday.

    “I never want to hear about anybody having financial problems, but (the arrest) wasn’t that surprising,” the Michigan man told The News.

    Pisarski said he donated $30 to the Kickstarter in May 2015 with the understanding he would get exclusive “behind the scenes” content and first-look access to digital episodes. That never happened.

    Instead, “Hansen vs. Predator” became a segment hosted by Hansen for the syndicated TV series “Crime Watch Daily.”

    “It was weird. We paid the money, and we were told we could get it digitally first. Then it went to ‘Crime Watch,’ and no one got the episodes they were promised,” Pisarski explained.

    “It’s disappointing. I did watch the ‘Crime Watch Daily’ show, and I did enjoy it, but it’s surprising we never got an explanation,” he said.

    “I’m not one to ask for a public apology. I don’t go that route. I take some of the blame for showing bad judgment and giving them my money. You never know with these people. But he doesn’t seem to have any remorse,” Pisarski said.

    Hansen, 59, did not respond to a request for comment from the Daily News.

    His wildly popular “To Catch a Predator” series debuted in 2004 and featured Hansen repeatedly busting unsuspecting sexual predators with undercover sting operations.

    The show made Hansen a hero to legions, but fans who contributed to his Kickstarter began calling the fund-raiser a fraud soon after it missed deadlines to deliver their swag.

    Hansen was arrested in Connecticut Monday for allegedly bouncing checks to a mom and pop retailer who sold him $13,000 worth of marketing mugs, T-shirts and vinyl decals.

    Beyond that, Hansen has been the subject of multiple financial claims filed in Connecticut over the last few years.

    A complaint filed by American Express in 2015 said Hansen owed the company $57,931.72 for overdue charges on his card. The lawsuit remained active with no resolution as of November, according to the online case file.

    Last May, credit company Ally Financial filed paperwork claiming Hansen borrowed more than $65,000 to buy a 2014 Corvette convertible and started defaulting on his monthly payment of $1,162.08 starting in November 2017.

    A separate court order issued in May said Hansen’s house in Stamford was the subject of a “strict foreclosure,” not a sale, with an outstanding debt of $1,074,689.73. Records show the home is now owned by a bank.

    Hansen, meanwhile, successfully raised nearly $89,000 from more than 1,000 people with his Kickstarter campaign.

    While many donors reported on the Kickstarter page that they did in fact receive their mugs, others have continued with negative comments.

    “Want to join up on a class action lawsuit against Chris?” a donor identified as Steven Acierno wrote this week in a comment linking to a story about Hansen’s larceny charge.

    Kickstarter, meanwhile, says it doesn’t issue refunds to people who claim they were scammed.

    “Transactions are between backers and creators directly,” the company says on its website.

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    Perverted-Justice | Wikipedia


    In late 2018 Perverted Justice announced that they will be formally ending decoy operations as of the beginning of 2019. In addition to ceasing decoy operations, the organization announced that they will be converting the official website from its current form to a write-up-based page-style with a summary of past operations - removing site features such as archives and forums among other features. With the formal conclusion of their active operations in 2019, the organization stated that they intend to complete a final objective - a compilation of past work and data. The data they propose to compile and make accessible on their website, including thousands of unseen chat logs, will be available for research purposes in efforts to provide information that will further assist anti-pedophile groups and law enforcement efforts with regard to understanding the behavior and techniques of online pedophiles.

    More at
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  30. Anon_CG3(ITA) Global Moderator

    since I was part in the past to OpDarknet, OpDarknetII APH and OpnoPedo I only have to clap people that expose themselves (and I know the risks running doing this kind of operations) to discover the truth and to find this peace of shits.
    My love is for you :)

    Just I wish to remember that probably this forum doesn't support any DOX. but're heroes to me.
  31. The Wrong Guy Member

    Chris Hansen Scrambled for Possessions After Eviction | TMZ


    Chris Hansen is out on his ass, with practically none of his belongings.

    Sources tell TMZ the former host of "To Catch a Predator" was escorted out of his Manhattan apartment February 6 by city marshals, but not before throwing a Hail Mary.

    We're told Hansen tried to be slick, telling the marshals the attorneys worked out a deal. The marshals weren't buying it and called the landlord's legal muscle. Sure enough, no deal was in place. We're told Hansen didn't put much of a fight after that, and, as one source put it, "went out like a church mouse."

    And, get this: after the locks were changed, our sources say Hansen tried getting back into the apartment, but obviously couldn't. He tried in vain to convince the super to let him inside, to no avail.

    We're told Hansen ultimately got permission, and someone in his lawyer's office picked up some items Hansen left behind in his 1,000 square foot apartment. Sources say there's still TONS of stuff in the pad, including furniture, electronics and jewelry.

    As we first reported, Chris had trouble making rent back in August and stopped sending checks altogether. The owner went to court to have him evicted, and the judge issued an order.

    It's been a rough year for Chris. He was busted in January for bouncing checks. That charge was dismissed.

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  34. The Wrong Guy Member

    YouTube is Facilitating the Sexual Exploitation of Children, and it's Being Monetized (2019)

    On February 17, 2019, he above video was uploaded by MattsWhatItIs, with this description:

    Over the past 48 hours I have discovered a wormhole into a soft-core pedophilia ring on YouTube. YouTube recommended algorithm is facilitating pedophiles’ ability to connect with each-other, trade contact info, and link to actual CP in the comments. I can consistently get access to it from vanilla, never-before-used YouTube accounts via innocuous videos in less than ten minutes, in sometimes less than five clicks.. Additionally, I have video evidence that these videos are being monetized.

    This loophole is wrong, something needs to be done. Its's being monetized. CP is being traded as well as social media and WhatsApp addresses. YouTube is facilitating this problem. It doesn't matter that they flag videos and turn off the comments, these videos are still being monetized, and more importantly they are still available for users to watch.

    There are several follow-up videos on that channel, here:

    YouTube Stars Panic as Site Pulls Ads Over Concerns About Pedophile Comments

    The social-media titan is struggling to stop advertisers from fleeing the site over ‘inappropriate’ comment-section behavior, including pedophilic chatter.

    By Will Sommer, Daily Beast, February 22, 2019


    YouTube has started pulling ads from videos that have inappropriate comments posted under them, panicking video creators amid a crackdown on alleged pedophile networks on the site.

    On Thursday night, YouTube staff tweeted that a video could lose its ads — and the money those ads make for video creators — if “inappropriate” messages are posted in the comments section.

    “Even if your video is suitable for advertisers, inappropriate comments could result in your video receiving limited or no ads,” the YouTube tweet read.

    A YouTube spokesperson confirmed to The Daily Beast that the site is limiting ads on videos that could attract predatory comments.

    Demonetizing videos over comment sections, rather than the actual content of the videos, is a drastic move for YouTube. But the platform has been left scrambling to win back advertisers after a viral video posted [above] on Sunday showed how pedophiles use comment sections on the site to communicate with one another.

    Posting under otherwise-innocuous videos of young girls engaged in gymnastics or other physical activities, the often-anonymous users directed one another in the comment sections to parts of the videos they found sexual.

    The video exposing the practice has earned more than 2 million views. Major advertisers like Nestle, Disney, and Fortnite creator Epic Games pulled their ads from YouTube, which deleted more than 400 channels and millions of comments in an attempt to crack down on the pedophiles.

    The scandal has also left YouTube creators terrified of another “Adpocalypse” — YouTube lingo for the kind of event that tarnishes the site in the eyes of advertisers, and sends YouTube creators’ income plummeting.

    The prospect of losing ads over what a random commenter posts terrified YouTube video creators, who have often complained in the past that the site arbitrarily pulls ads from videos.

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  35. Anon_CG3(ITA) Global Moderator

    I think that all of that should be supported by proof.
  36. The Wrong Guy Member

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  37. Anon_CG3(ITA) Global Moderator

    Well I see a part of 2 videos. I honestly haven't 2 hours to see 2 videos. another big problem to me is that i'm not English so I have to work hard to well understand all: if a video is 1 hour long I will need 1 hour and half to well understand all.

    By the way....probably this guy is right...or probably this is the "last youtube trand"...yes because there is also another fact.
    Did you noticed that the 60/70% of youtubers now are "investigating all in youtube mistery?"
    Also, long youtube video let editors to put ADS and so to monetize with their own videos.

    So, he started by a 20M views video of 20 minutes. From that he edited more videos, very long ones (1 hour average) .....think about the opportunity of the new trand "ADpocalypse" or, the creepy to talk about a drama just to monetize.

    I'm not saying i'm in right, I just say "warning" !! that can be an opportunity.
    I really have same doubt about the fact that someone will risk 10 years of jail by using "youtube"....the softcore cp ? mmmm it's a very complex concept.
    Like all complex concepts it can be manipulated in many ways.
  38. Anon_CG3(ITA) Global Moderator

    that to say that probably, in 2019 the pedobastards can be found not on youtube, not on darkweb, but they run their own private networks.

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