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Facebook Page Names Perverts & Pedos

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by The Scarlet Pimp, Dec 1, 2012.

  1. The Scarlet Pimp

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    http://www.facebook.com/pages/keeping-our-kids-safe-from-predators/341148705971600

    Irish Sex Offender Outed on Facebook

    A sex offender recently released from prison in Northern Ireland fears he may be attacked after his photo was posted on a Facebook page, "Keeping Our Kids Safe From Predators."

    His photo and the accompanying comments have already been removed from the page, but his attorney wants the page shut down completely.

    One comment called for him to be "put down like an animal," while another one ridiculed him for his suit against Facebook, saying, "So the man, or I mean mess of a human being, that's taken this page to court, he must want to be the head pedophile and rule over all sex offenders. He will be like a god to them."

    The man and his legal representative, Jule Eillison, want the page shut down completely. "The risk, the plaintiff would say, is that this sort of vitriol will translate into physical action of some type either against the plaintiff personally or against him and his property", Ellison said.

    The defense for Facebook, meanwhile, has argued that it wouldn't do any good to shut down the page, which acts as a message board for healthy discussion about sex offenders and appropriate punishments.

    Both privacy and freedom of speech rights can be tricky when it comes to criminals. However, at least in the eyes of the law, criminals are no less worthy of privacy than law-abiding citizens.
     
  2. BreakAllTheClocks

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    Not sure about laws in Ireland but the US govt lists all this including their current home address and where they work: http://www.nsopw.gov
     
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    what gets me is all the rights these "people" have.
     
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    I agree that pedos are pathetic excuses for human beings, but here's something to remember:

    In many places, you can be put on the "sex offender" list for something like public urination. And there are no "tiers" that separate child rapists from someone who was just driving down a country road one day and really had to take a leak (this exposing their privates in public) Or there was the teenage boy who was in the bathroom taking a leak, and a little girl mistakenly walked into the men's bathroom. He saw her, told her she was in the wrong bathroom and needed to leave. The little girl perceived this as threatening and started crying. She ran to her mom and told her that some man in the bathroom threatened her. Basically, a witch hunt ensued, and the teenage boy ended up on the sex offender list for life.

    The problem is that people really do sometimes look up names and addresses on the sex offender list, and harass (or even assault) them in person. You can see how this would be bad for someone who just ended up on the list because, say, they were drunk as hell one night and thought it would be funny to flash their genitals at passing cars. Stupid decision, yea, but on par with someone who rapes a child? Nope. Deserving of physical harm? Hell no.

    If someone wants to punish pedos (which is completely understandable) they should write their government representatives and ask them to lobby for stricter sentencing.