Forcing men to kill themselves is what our governments consider as ‘fun’

I don’t know what to say.

But the police operation which ran for more than five years is steeped in controversy, with critics claiming the computer database of users’ names and credit card details was riddled with fraud.
“there are hundreds of people who’ve been convicted of one of the worst crimes imaginable. Lives and families have been destroyed. But the evidence now shows that many of those convicted weren’t paedophiles at all. They were victims of straightforward online credit card fraud.”

Anthony O’Shea’s house was one of more than 4,000 homes raided during the police operation which ultimately led to 2,000 convictions and 140 children being removed from their homes. Though no illegal paedophile material was found on Mr O’Shea’s computer, his credit card had been used attempting to pay for access to sites. In 2005 he was convicted, sentenced to 5 months in jail and placed on the sex offender register for 7 years. His life, he says, and that of his wife, children, sibling and parents have all been destroyed.
To date, 39 men caught up in Operation Ore are said to have committed suicide.

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4 Responses to Forcing men to kill themselves is what our governments consider as ‘fun’

  1. I’m so glad that the police keep our wonderful community safe!

    They are very good at ensuring that no guilty people, or potentially guilty people, or even completely innocent people can harm the rest of us…

  2. CCA says:

    Terrible. I think it’s a stretch to say that the government considers any of this as ‘fun’ though.

  3. Richard says:

    Part of the “hysteria” surrounding pedophiles.
    Yes, they exist.
    But they are not as “prevalent” as our government leads us to believe.

    and – as rare as pedophiles are – of those, how many would be stupid and reckless enough to use their own credit-card to buy online child pornography…

    4000 raids, 2000 convictions – and some of those are bogus – I wonder how many…

  4. Badger Nation says:

    “owners of websites including legal adult pornography re-used credit card details supplied to them to sign up for their illegal services”

    Get ready for the feminist-activist response: “even if they didn’t buy child porn, buying legal adult porn is bad enough so they deserve what’s happening to them.”

    Same as the Duke case.

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