Lest there be any doubt who the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP) were talking about in the email Charlotte “Jacqui Farmer” Ward was bleating about yesterday (https://hoaxteadresearch.wordpress.com/2015/08/30/police-tell-hampstead-researcher-to-stop-downloading-child-porn/), take a gander at this little gem, also from her blog:
With the usual amount of pompous self-righteousness, Charlotte claims that while she really hasn’t a f**king clue why the “Little Orgies” commercial child sexual abuse site was shut down, she’s quite certain that it’s either because she reported it to the authorities, or because she “highlighted it in one of (her) videos”.
And just in case her readers missed the point, Charlotte includes a charming description of what she and Jacco saw while they were perusing the child porn sites.
Yes, good one, Charlotte. Re-publishing commercial CSA not only re-victimises the children who are abused when the videos are created, but allows new potential viewers a handy link that they might not have otherwise had. And I’m sure commercial CSA users appreciate your synopsis of what to expect when they get there. Brilliant.
And that doesn’t even include your pathetic attempt to allege that because the commercial child sexual abuse industry is worth up to $20 billion per year, it’s somehow “proof” that those who profit from it live in Hampstead.
Did they teach you that kind of stellar logic at Blackheath High School?