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Convicted Pedophile Caught Again - This Time With Child Porn Ring Evidence

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A 2005 photograph of David James Caza, who has been convicted of possession and transmission of thousands of images and videos of child pornography as part of an investigation into a Canada-wide porn ring. Caza has an extensive record of child sex offences.
A Kamloops pedophile has been convicted of possession and transmission of thousands of images and videos of child pornography.

David James Caza, who has an extensive prior record of molesting children, was arrested at his home in Kamloops in Jan. 2010.

The arrest and seizure of his computer came after the B.C. RCMP Internet Child Exploitation unit received a tip from Toronto police during a crackdown on a porn ring.

An examination of Caza's computer revealed more than 50,000 digital images and another 3,400 video files of child pornography.

CDs and DVDS with child porn images were also seized.

Caza argued at trial that there was no evidence he was in possession and control of the images.

But in a ruling released online Wednesday, B.C. Supreme Court Justice Robert Powers said the circumstantial evidence against the accused was "simply overwhelming" and found him guilty.

2 + 2 = 4

The Traumatic Impact of Pedophilia Sex Rings

Sex rings and child prostitution involves power structures which actively recruit vulnerable children and youth.

Children used in sex rings are often subjected to terribly cruel and sadistic physical abuse in addition to sexual abuse. There is profound trauma associated with being used in child prostitution and child sex rings.

The impact of the abuse can be life-long, often resulting in emotional and physical problems as well as behavioural problems such: as prostitution, street youth, crime and homelessness.

Survivors often lose a sense of personal power and have difficulty making good, choices as adults.

For the survivor who was abused as a child by a group of adults there is no safe place. People "out there" do not offer safety and protection; survivors always feel isolated, powerless, helpless.

Comment: For more information about child sex rings and just how they are connected to high levels of government, see these Sott articles:

The Pedophocracy

Dutroux Cover-up Protected Pedophile Networks

Many, if not all, of the people involved in these rings are psychopaths and thus it is crucial that as many people as possible learn about them. If interested, see these Sott articles:

Understanding Psychopaths

Political Ponerology: A Science on The Nature of Evil adjusted for Political Purposes

Bad Guys

'Tanning Mom' Denies Child Abuse

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Patricia Krentcil, accused of taking her young daughter into a tanning booth, appears in court on May 2, 2012.
A New Jersey mother has pleaded not guilty to a child endangerment charge after allegedly allowing her 6-year-old daughter to tan at a salon.

Patricia Krentcil appeared in Superior Court in Newark on Wednesday. She did not speak during her brief court appearance, except to say "Thank you, your honor, have a nice day."

CBS 2 learned on Wednesday night the owners of the tanning salon she frequents, Tropics Tanning Salon, have banned her from the facility as her case winds its way through court, CBS 2′s Derricke Dennis reported. CBS 2 also learned that Krentcil would go tanning every other day for 12-minute sessions.

The salon has revoked her membership and is refunding her money, Dennis reported.

Krentcil has denied the charge, saying she "would never permit" her daughter, Anna, to go tanning. The 44-year-old mother spoke as she left court, admitting she has a problem with excessive tanning, but that she would never let her little girl tan.


Report: 'Culture Of Secrecy' Protects Child Abusers

A new report from the Children's Advocacy Institute and University of San Diego says there is a "culture of secrecy" in states' disclosure laws, which hides information about child abuse deaths and near-deaths.

Christina Riehl, an attorney with the institute, spoke to KPBS about the report. She said child welfare has a need for secrecy to protect children, and "that is where the culture starts."


Mediapart Journalist Defends Against Sarkozy "Attack"

A French journalist has accused President Nicolas Sarkozy of inciting hatred against the media after she was allegedly assaulted at a political rally organised by the ruling UMP party.
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A French journalist has made an official police complaint after allegedly being assaulted on Tuesday by Sarkozy's UMP party supporters.

Marine Turchi, a 29-year-old political reporter for the online news site Mediapart, told Turchi that she had been cornered and surrounded by a "baying mob" chanting "dirty leftist" during a Sarkozy campaign rally in Paris.

"A man grabbed the press badge that was around my neck and held it up shouting that I was a Mediapart journalist," Turchi said on Wednesday. "People all around started chanting 'here they are' and 'dirty leftist'".

"No one came to help, I was genuinely afraid of being violently attacked."

Turchi told FRANCE24 that it was the "umpteenth time" she had been insulted by UMP activists, often older activists in their 50s and 60s.

Che Guevara

Lithuanian Hero: Father shoots dead senior judge and politician who sexually abused his three year old daughter

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A dad who shot dead a judge and a senior politician because they molested his three-year old daughter has become a national hero after going on the run in Lithuania.

Horrified Drasius Keyds, 37, gunned down the perverted pair on Monday after police turned a deaf ear to his pleas for justice for his tortured tot.

Now in hiding, Keyds has become a hero on YouTube and Facebook with hundreds of thousands of fans from all over the world pledging support.

"You are a hero to all of us," reads one Facebook message. "What you did is nothing but justice."

Comment: Update: May 2012

Although Kedys seemed to be the obvious suspect at the time, the investigation into the murder of the two senior judges remains open (largely because the chief suspect is dead - how convenient). Kedys was convicted in a trial by media. For example, his fingerprints were not on the murder weapon. All that is known is that he disappeared on the same day, then turned up dead 5 months later. So it was assumed that he killed the judges out of vengeance.

It sounds plausible, but the devil is in the details. And the Lithuanian state, like every other den of pedophiles that has been exposed in recent decades, is sitting on all the details.


Censored II: The Pirate Bay Fires back at UK ISP Block

Yesterday British courts ruled that five ISPs must block their subscribers from accessing popular file-sharing website The Pirate Bay. A sixth, British Telecom, asked for more time to review the situation before proceeding with the block. Today, The Pirate Bay responded to the news via a blog post published on thepiratebay.se. The Pirate Bay team said that the Western countries of the world are 'the worst culprits' when it comes to censorship, adding that no one from the Pirate Bay team was invited to the court case or asked to speak.

Yesterday's case saw ISPs across the United Kingdom ordered to block access to The Pirate Bay. The ruling followed a request from the British Phonographic Industry sent late last year that asked ISPs to voluntarily block customers from using the file-sharing service. ISPs said they would only block access if there was a court order. Soon after, record companies filed a lawsuit to have them do just that.

The Pirate Bay points out that there are always ways to circumvent the block, such as using a VPN or changing your DNS settings with OpenDNS, but says that's besides the point and people shouldn't have to resort to these measures.

"But don't forget that we can't allow this shit to happen," TPB writes. "Next time they're coming for something else. And yes, there will be a next time if we don't stop them. Write to your ISP and tell them to appeal the case. Write to your local MPs and tell them that this is not allowed. Make sure your voice is heard. Remember, we're all the pirate bay, and we must stand united against the censorship from our opponents!"

Comment: This article is a follow up of: Censored: ISPs Ordered to Block the Pirate Bay


Cleveland Won't Renew Occupy Group's Permit

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Photos provided by the FBI show five men arrested Monday, April 30, 2012, and accused of plotting to blow up a bridge near Cleveland, Ohio, the FBI announced Tuesday, May 1, 2012. Top row, from left, are Douglas Wright, Brandon Baxter and Anthony Hayne. Bottom row, from left, are Joshua Stafford and Connor Stevens.
US - Occupy protesters must ask serious questions about their open-arms policy in light of charges brought against five members accused of trying to blow up an Ohio bridge, a top Cleveland official said Wednesday.

The city declined to renew the group's downtown encampment permit on Wednesday, a denial planned before the bridge plot arrests were announced Monday, said Ken Silliman, chief of staff to Mayor Frank Jackson. The group, which remained by its encampment tent Wednesday night despite a 5 p.m. deadline to leave, can still gather at a spot across the street day or night. Police are monitoring, but no arrests have been made.

The decision was made with the allegations as a backdrop, Silliman added.

"I think a fair question to ask of Occupy Cleveland, is, if you have portrayed your organization up till now as welcome to all-comers - the tent will accommodate anyone and everyone - how does that change when something like the events of yesterday happen?" Silliman said.

"How does that change when some of the people you've welcomed into your decision-making are now accused of such serious felonies?"

That question must be asked even if the city accepts the organization's statements that it is nonviolent and was distancing itself from those charged in the plot, Silliman said.


Water Guns Banned, Handguns Allowed at GOP Convention

Rick Scott
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Florida Gov. Rick Scott rejects gun ban for GOP convention
US - In the politically-charged and likely protest-filled streets of Tampa, Fla., during the Republican National Convention in August, water guns will be strictly prohibited. Concealed handguns, on the other hand, will be perfectly legal.

Florida Gov. Rick Scott said this week that banning handguns from downtown Tampa during the convention, as the city's Mayor Bob Buckhorn requested, "would surely violate the Second Amendment."

"It is unclear how disarming law-abiding citizens would better protect them from the dangers and threats posed by those who would flout the law," Scott said in a letter to Buckhorn Tuesday, emphasizing the words "law-abiding." "It is at just such times that the constitutional right of self defense is most precious and must be protected from government overreach."

Buckhorn said today that he was "disappointed" by Scott's decision, but that the city will "plan and train accordingly."

Tampa officials are expecting thousands of protesters to descend on the Florida metropolis for the GOP convention. While no handguns will be allowed inside the convention, which is being protected by the Secret Service, concealed carry license-holders will be able to carry their weapons in the streets surrounding the convention.

They will not, however, be able to have "super soaker" water guns, sticks, poles, portable shields or glass bottles.


13 Charged in Hazing Death of Florida Band Member

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FAMU Hazing Brings Charges Against 13 in Drum Major Robert Champion's Death
US: Orlando, Florida - Thirteen people were charged Wednesday in one of the biggest college hazing cases ever prosecuted in the U.S., accused in the death of a Florida A&M University drum major who authorities say was mercilessly pummeled by fellow members of the marching band.

The charges came more than five months after Robert Champion, 26, died aboard a chartered bus parked outside an Orlando hotel following a performance against a rival school.

While the most sensational hazing cases have typically involved fraternities, sororities or athletic teams, the FAMU tragedy in November exposed a brutal tradition among marching bands at some colleges around the U.S.

"The death ... is nothing short of an American tragedy," said State Attorney Lawson Lamar. "No one should have expected that his college experience would include being pummeled to death."

Eleven defendants were charged with hazing resulting in death, a felony, and misdemeanor offenses that all together could bring nearly six years in prison. Two others face misdemeanor charges.