Oh dat is gek want Roseanne heeft het alleen maar over de pedo ringen terwijl jouw artikelen het eigenlijk alleen maar hebben over georganiseerde illegale immigratie en wat er veranderd zou zijn onder Tump.quote:Op dinsdag 3 april 2018 11:35 schreef dellipder het volgende:
Mijn berichten gaan juist over de claim van de media naar aanleiding van het Twitterbericht van Roseanne Barr.
En ik heb het ook een beetje gehad over de beleidsmaatregelen en overige veranderingen in de context van dit topic van de huidige regering.
Ah doelpalen verschuivenquote:Op dinsdag 3 april 2018 13:19 schreef dellipder het volgende:
Nogmaals mijn bericht gaat over de claim van de media naar aanleiding van het Twitterbericht van Roseanne Barr, die overigens gaat over het bestrijden van trafficking rings, het redden van kinderen en niet jouw weergave -bericht 220.
In een van mijn berichten heb ik een aantal linkjes gepost die daarop betrekking hebben.
Daarnaast heb ik iets gezegd over de beleidsmaatregelen en de veranderingen die zijn genomen door deze regering.
Nee! Er staat letterlijk wat er staat. Er staat juist niet wat jij ervan maakt.quote:Nee de tweet van Rosseane gaat over pedo ringen, dat staat er duidelijk.
Nee! Ik ben heel consistent geweest. De eerste en de derde zin uit het Twitterbericht heb ik in mijn bijdragen aangetikt, omdat deze direct vallen onder de scoop van dit topic.quote:Ah doelpalen verschuiven
De gerechtelijke documenten -de aanklachten- van deze zaak vind je hier. Ik heb er een excerpt uitgehaald dat valt onder het kopje "select Victim Summary", om het meer helder te krijgen waar deze zaak precies over gaat.quote:Backpage CEO pleads guilty, will cooperate in prostitution case
LOS ANGELES — Backpage.com’s chief executive has pleaded guilty to state and federal charges stemming from a wide-ranging investigation into the sex ad website, agreeing as part of a deal with prosecutors to shut it down and cooperate in the case.
Carl Ferrer, 57, entered guilty pleas to conspiracy and money laundering charges in both Sacramento County Superior Court and U.S. District Court in Arizona under agreements with state and federal prosecutors that call for him to serve five years in prison.
“For far too long, Backpage.com existed as the dominant marketplace for illicit commercial sex, a place where sex traffickers frequently advertised children and adults alike,” U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions said in a written statement announcing the pleas. “But this illegality stops right now.”
Several people employed by Backpage.com were charged in a 93-count indictment unsealed on Monday that included among the accusations knowingly facilitating prostitution.
Backpage.com and its affiliated websites were seized on Friday by U.S. federal law enforcement authorities and taken off the internet.
As part of his agreements with the U.S. Department of Justice and with prosecutors from California and Texas, Ferrer has agreed to cooperate in the criminal case against Backpage co-founders Michael Lacey and James Larkin.
Prosecutors have accused the website of generating $500 million in prostitution-related revenue since its 2004 start, and of money laundering by routing funds through seemingly unrelated entities, using foreign accounts and converting it into and out of cryptocurrencies.
Lawmakers and law enforcement officials have long been working to crack down on the website, which was used primarily to sell sex and was the second largest classified ad service in the United States after Craigslist.
Also charged in the indictment were Backpage.com’s executive vice president Scott Spear, chief financial officer John “Jed” Brunst, sales and marketing director Dan Hyer, operations manager Andrew Padilla and assistant operations manager Joye Vaught.
quote:Founder of One of the Largest Children’s Charities in the World, Arrested for Pedophilia
A United Nations adviser and the founder of Street Kids International was arrested on suspicion of pedophilia after he was caught with two young children during a police raid.
Last week, Peter John Dalglish, United Nations adviser and founder of the Street Kids International charity, was arrested on suspicion of pedophilia, at a home that he was staying at in Nepal. During the arrest, two young children, ages 12 and 14, were “rescued” from the home.
It is important to note that there have been conflicting reports about the children that he was found with, with some sources saying that two boys were found in his home, and other sources suggesting that it was two girls.
The most up-to-date information seems to be on the Wikipedia page for Dalglish, which suggests that there were two girls found in his home and that the allegations involving the two boys are part of a separate investigation. If this is the case, Dalglish will be facing additional charges.
Dalglish, 60, is a citizen of Canada who travels the world working with children. Central Investigation Bureau of Nepal Police (CIB) told Global News that Dalglish “is being investigated for child sexual exploitation abuse.”
DIG Pushkar Karki, director of the CIB, told MyRepublica of Nepal that Dalglish was promising to help educate disadvantaged children and provide job opportunities for their families:
“Our preliminary investigation has found that he has been targeting children from poor financial backgrounds and sexually abusing them. By promising the family members that he would educate their children, take them abroad and also provide them jobs after they finish their education, he had been sexually abusing children. Given his age and his high profile in the humanitarian sector, he would easily win the trust of the family members and later abuse their children.”
Karki also said that Dalglish was known for these types of crimes in other countries, despite the fact that he has never been prosecuted.
“Not just that, he might have been involved in pedophilia in other countries as well where he served as UN official in the past,” Karki said. “He had arrived in Nepal three months ago. After we got information about his sexual misconduct from security agencies in other countries, we had been closely following him and managed to arrest him.”
In the last two years, seven pedophiles have been arrested in Nepal, six of them were not Nepal natives, and four were over the age of 60.
A representative with the Canadian government declined to comment, saying only that “Global Affairs Canada is aware of the arrest of a Canadian citizen in Nepal. Consular services are being provided. Due to the provisions of the Privacy Act, no further information can be disclosed.”
If Dalglish is found guilty of these charges in Nepal, he will be facing up to 15 years in prison. However, it is now possible that he will come under further suspicion for other crimes committed during his years of being involved with children’s charities.
Danglish is best known as the founder of the Street Kids International charity and the Trails Youth Initiative program, one of the worlds largest children’s charities which is now known as the renowned Save the Children charity. He also worked for the United Nations in various capacities during his lengthy career.
As Steemian V4vapid pointed out in his research, the organizations that Danglish worked for have been quick to distance themselves from him. In addition, the social media pages associated with Danglish have all been taken down.
UN spokesperson, Stephane Dujarric, said in a statement that Dalglish is no longer affiliated with any UN programs. “We stand strongly against any sexual abuse. Any allegations need to be thoroughly investigated,” Dujarric said.
In 2016, Dalglish was named a member of the Order of Canada for “his efforts to alleviate child poverty worldwide, notably by establishing and leading Street Kids International.”
The Order has now said that if Dalglish is convicted of a crime, he will have his title removed.
Sadly, this type of case is all too familiar, as it is common for child predators to gravitate towards positions where they will be seen as guardians or saviors. Wealthy donors to children’s charities are notorious for preying on children and using their prestige to intimidate their victims.
For example, predators such as Jimmy Saville and Jerry Sandusky managed to get away with their crimes for decades by using this strategy.
As I detailed in an article last week, there have been many cases in recent history where establishment figures have been caught up in child prostitution rings but quickly had the story swept under the rug. From the Franklin prostitution ring to the DynCorp and Halliburton human trafficking scandals, powerful people who put themselves in charge of protecting children, have been guilty of rampant sexual abuse.
Goh, Woman's march neemt het op voor backpage.com. Iemand verklaring waarom? Lavenderr?quote:
quote:Members of the so-called "Women's March" have a history of defending some pretty odious people and causes, including cop-killer Assata Shakur, Sharia law, and the country's leading anti-Semite, Louis Farrakhan.
But just when you though these shameless gals couldn't get any lower, they lowered the bar.
Women's March organizers are now decrying the federal seizure and shutdown of sleazy classifieds site Backpage.com, calling it "an absolute crisis for sex workers" in a statement posted on their Twitter account. Last week, Backpage.com was indicted on conspiracy, facilitating underage prostitution, and money laundering charges.
The 93-count federal indictment accuses Backpage founders Michael Lacey and James Larkin plus five others of trafficking young girls -- some as young as 14 -- on the site through ads. Backpage.com has allegedly received over $500 million in prostitution-related revenue.
In the name of "female empowerment," the consistently wrong-headed and foul "Women’s March" complained that the seizure of Backpage would create a "crisis for sex workers" because they rely on the site to get in touch with their clients:
. The shutting down of #Backpage is an absolute crisis for sex workers who rely on the site to safely get in touch with clients. Sex workers rights are women’s rights. Follow @SafeSpacesDC @melissagira @swopusa @KateDAdamo @supporthosechi @anaorsomething for more info. https://t.co/S3Orx3aM8Z
— Women's March (@womensmarch) April 7, 2018
In the coming days, we will be sharing more about sex workers rights to uplift this critical issue. We’re all still learning and as always, we have to listen to the voices of those most impacted. #SexWorkIsWork
Moet eerlijk zeggen dat ik niet zo weg ben van deze organisatie.quote:Op zondag 22 april 2018 19:33 schreef MangoTree het volgende:
Goh, Woman's march neemt het op voor backpage.com. Iemand verklaring waarom? Lavenderr?
Women's March Defends Indicted Backpage.com: 'Sex Workers Rights Are Women’s Rights' (PJ Media)
Press release van het ministerie van Justitie.quote:Shocking New Details About Smallville's Allison Mack Sex Ring Arrest
The Allison Mack sex ring arrest has shook Hollywood. Smallville actress Allison Mack has been arrested in New York for her alleged role in a sex slave cult called NXIVM. She is expected to appear in federal court in Brooklyn later today. The 35-year-old was last seen last month chasing after Keith Raniere, the cult leader, as law enforcement arrested him and took him away from the $10,000 a week villa in Mexico they had been hiding out at. Raniere was arrested for sex trafficking and forced labor conspiracy and extradited to the U.S.
Mack played Chloe Sullivan on the popular show Smallville. She was recruited to NXIVM by her fellow "Smallville" castmate Kristen Kreuk. Mack rose through the ranks of the Albany, New York based organization and became a part of Raniere's inner circle, while Kreuk got out of the cult early.
So what is NXIVM? NXIVM offers courses and workshops aimed at improving self-fulfillment. According to its website, "NXIVM is a company whose mission is to raise human awareness, foster an ethical humanitarian civilization, and celebrate what it means to be human." Raniere is the only male in NXIVM. Members pay thousands of dollars to attend workshops with the cult leader. It is run like a Multi-Level-Marketing business–for sex slaves.
Raniere allegedly blackmailed women into becoming sex slaves and then branded his initials into their skin. He was known within the cult as "Vanguard." Former members have said that he urged women to follow near starvation diets.
The New York Times report detailed the initiation process for NXIVM's "secret sisterhood." Women would give their recruiters "collateral" in the form of naked photos of themselves and were told if they ever exposed the group those photos would be released. New members were also restrained and forced to say "Master, please brand me, it would be an honor," before a symbol was cauterized into each woman's skin just below her hip.
The Allison Mack sex cult has been in the press in the past. Vanity Fair reported in 2010 that two heiresses to the Seagram fortune had spent roughly $150 million of their trust funds to help finance Nxivm and Raniere.
On Allison Mack's website she talks about her "mentor Keith." Allison Mack was arrested and taken into custody by the FBI in Brooklyn.
RELATED: New Details About The 'Smallville' Actress Accused Of Luring Women Into The Nxivm Cult To Brainwash Them Into Becoming Sex Slaves
In je bron, de NY Times, zie ik het eea over een sekteactige zelfhulp groep die vrouwen recruteert. Allison Mack ontkent juist dat ze betrokken was bij ronselpraktijken en seksslavernij, bovendien zegt ze dat het lang geleden was en amper nog contact heeft met leden.quote:Op dinsdag 24 april 2018 13:34 schreef dellipder het volgende:
Ook hier weer weird stuff. Onder andere seksslavernij van vrouwen en kinderen, human trafficking en het brandmerken van slachtoffers in een rituele vorm.
Press release van het ministerie van Justitie.
De aanklachten tegen Allison Mack.
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Dat is eigenlijk vrij simpel te verklaren, sekswerkers hebben baat bij een liberaal klimaat en als je mensenhandel goed aan wil pakken zou je eigenlijk ook moeten pleiten voor volledige legalisatie van prostitutie en het moeten reguleren als een gewone baan (zelfs NL gaat daarin niet ver genoeg aangezien er geen sprake mag zijn van een werkgever-werknemer situatie) . Niet dat je daar alle problemen mee wegneemt dat lukt helaas nooit maar prostitutie helemaal proberen weg te stoppen wat de conservatieven doen zorgt juist voor meer van dit soort misstanden, gek genoeg zien conservatieven dit niet en beweren ze zoals je in redpills linkjes kunt lezen juist als strijder tegen mensenhandel.quote:
Dat zal ze dan voor de rechter moeten uitleggen, want ze heeft drie aanklachten tegen zich lopen die er niet om liegen -dit was inderdaad het initiële verweer, maar ondertussen zijn er een paar dagen verstreken.quote:Op dinsdag 24 april 2018 15:53 schreef Enneacanthus_Obesus het volgende:
In je bron, de NY Times, zie ik het eea over een sekteactige zelfhulp groep die vrouwen recruteert. Allison Mack ontkent juist dat ze betrokken was bij ronselpraktijken en seksslavernij, bovendien zegt ze dat het lang geleden was en amper nog contact heeft met leden.
quote:Finland’s Supreme Court upheld the ruling, rejecting a request from the prosecution to appeal a three-year jail term for a 23-year-old asylum seeker who had sex with a 10-year-old saying it didn’t constitute rape.
The man is named as Juusuf Muhamed Abbudin and he was convicted of aggravated sexual abuse, which the prosecution had sought the harsher sentence of aggravated rape.
The incident took place in autumn of 2016 in the southern Pirkanmaa region near the city of Tampere. He had sexual intercourse with a girl, 10-years-old at the time, after having exchanged sexually charged messages with her.
The Prikanmaa District Court and the Appeal Court, in Turku charged the man with aggravated sexual abuse and a three-year prison sentence in 2017 saying the girl wasn’t forced into the act or overcome by fear.
The asylum seeker was also ordered to pay the girl 3,000 euros. It has sparked fierce debates across the country with Finland’s Justice Minister Antti Hakkanen calling for tougher laws for sexual offences committed against minors.