Saturday, February 25, 2012

Ryan Luby of KETV 7 Omaha gives free publicity to internet trolling group

Any news anchor who promotes a deranged vigilante site that harasses people for sport deserves a spot in the Shiitake Weekly. Thus, Ryan Luby gets a spot here among the worst of the worst, especially knowing that he was told the truth about Evil-Unveiled and chose to run the story. Ryan intentionally lied to viewers for a ratings boost.

For those who do not know, the vigilante site "Evil-Unveiled" is a fake wiki site run by members of various vigilante groups like Perverted-Justice and Absolute Zeroes, both fitting names for groups full of perverted zeroes who make all sorts of crazy baseless accusations for shits and giggles. Thankfully most REAL law enforcement and media hounds don't bother with juvenile groups like EU, but Luby decided to make an exception and travel all the way to Nashville to talk to Cynthia Jean "Dale" Harvey, aka Trillion Dent/Rookiee/Determined PJ formerly from Perverted-Justice. Talk about some irresponsible journalism.

Volunteers (he meant vigilantes)Follow P*********s' Online Tracks

Group Aids Law Enforcement In Finding P*******s (uh, no they really don't)

A grassroots effort across the country is tracking down dangerous pedophiles and tipping off police. The group contributed to the recent arrest of an Iowa man.....

It turns out that M***** is a p****** activist, according to law enforcement agencies. They weren't alone in trying to locate him; a group of volunteers had tracked M******'s every move online for years.
The group also tipped off Omaha police about J**** J***, who was convicted of sexually molesting children in 2008.

KETV NewsWatch 7's Ryan Luby and KETV photojournalist Dave Hynek traveled to Nashville, Tenn., to talk with a woman who heads up the website called The identity of the woman, who we will call Veronica, can't be revealed. She has been the target of death threats and fears for her safety. (Bullshit, she's hiding out of fear of arrest for harassment)

Veronica spends every day online, up to 10 hours or more, pretending she's a pedophile.
"We wanted to unveil the evil that's on the Internet," she said. "They're like cockroaches. They're everywhere." (ironically, EU members are cockroaches and I doubt they pretend they are pedophiles, Absolute Zeroes has a number of repeat offenders as active members)

Veronica searches for people who are not necessarily convicted sex offenders, but who are attracted to children. "The problem with pedophile websites that we monitor is that they don't think there's anything wrong with sexually pursuing a child," she said. "They encourage each other. They embolden each other."
Veronica and her team of six volunteers, who live around the world, are Internet watchdogs (read: Vigilante scumbags). They track, download and store every comment posted to sites that cater to pedophile activists. Those activists think pedophilia is OK and want to make their fantasies legal. (But they also track non-pedophiles who fight sex offender laws and accuse those who disagree with the registry and other sex offender laws of being pedos, like when a EU member accused Patty Wetterling of having a sex offender son)

"They would actually like to change legislation," said Veronica. "They would like to lower the age of consent. They would like to make it so that children have more rights, to have sex with older people."
The comments and websites themselves are protected by freedom of speech and the first amendment. That's where Veronica and her team step in.
"We basically are chameleons," she said. (yeah, they're reptiles, alright)

The group takes the comments, which are accessible to the public, and reposts them on their own website. They develop profiles for each anonymous screen name. They track and eventually identify who the person really is. (He forgot to mention they've also created fake accounts to make posts while impersonating others an simply making up stuff as they go along)

"For some, it's easy. As they post something, they post an email with it. You Google it, you plug it into MySpace or Facebook and there they are, boom, they're identified in five minutes," Veronica said.
In the case of ********, according to court records, the Oakland, Iowa native was wanted for possessing several thousand images and videos of child pornography in Kitsap County, Wash.

 An Omaha police detective told the NewsWatch 7 I-Team through an email, that****** wouldn't have been investigated had the Web watchers not put him on their radar. (any one can send a tip to the police, so  they do nothing I couldn't do)

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