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LAPD confirms investigating Hollywood pedophile ring after Corey Feldman files report

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posted on Nov, 12 2017 @ 02:32 PM
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asking people to relive the trauma by coming forward is a lot to ask for. costs more than what money can compensate?
would moments on a witness stand make one become whole again?
being in the midst of hollywood actors; 'millionaires' who can afford some 'chump-change' reads oddly in my mind.

The point of documentary is to encourage victims to come forward? shudnt the documentary contain people telling their traumas?

Odd thing...
silent donors seem plentiful but dont want funds tracking back?

Why hasnt he generated the funds for such a venture yet?
or has he?
What about people to make public statements on documentary?

It (ego?) feels safe in the dark only because its the light that it fears most...never seen the light of day b4;

Justice is feared even by the victims of crimes committed against them?




posted on Nov, 12 2017 @ 03:49 PM
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a reply to: loveguy

Nobody was asking him, he was offering to do so.



posted on Nov, 12 2017 @ 07:40 PM
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a reply to: daskakik

I wonder if he is just trying to encourage/empower others to come forward...
If he rubs elbows with affluent-like people like Im assuming, his friends are richer than mine are- ten m seems easy to come by.

Sure the more money one has the more freedom one enjoys to roam about the planet. Is he seeking a comfortable life away from the mansion on the hill, or does he want to dwell in the mountain haunted by memories he couldnt conceal?

Like CS has connections to enable another sitcom (following scandal of his own); glorifying rotten apples to me.

Whos gonna speak for Corey when Coreys gone?

Along with the freedom to roam about the planet money affords those who have the inclination to do rotten things to people, do so on a whim. Its no secret.



posted on Nov, 12 2017 @ 08:36 PM
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a reply to: loveguy

What does that have to do with him saying that he was going to come forward with nobody asking him to?

I mean, that is the excuse you gave in your post.



posted on Nov, 13 2017 @ 03:46 AM
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originally posted by: daskakik
a reply to: loveguy

Nobody was asking him, he was offering to do so.


If you actually listen to what the guy has to say, he says that on social media people were constantly asking him to name names and have been doing since it came out that Corey Haim was abused. Some of these people are abusive and he felt pressured ( which sounds familiar!) to do it to put an end to that pressure.

When he wrote his book, he said that was HIS way of talking about the abuse. his choice after being ignored by the police in 1993. The pressure to name names again started with the Weinstien stuff, that was not his choice.

Still we have Feldman getting all this hate and blame directed his way when Haim's mother says she knew and she didn't name any names either. She's even said Feldman should name names to protect other kids from abuse even though she never did !



posted on Nov, 13 2017 @ 10:49 AM
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a reply to: thepixelpusher

from link;

There must be a fighting ground that doesn’t overwhelm people’s lives, but allows them to contribute to healing, prevention and progress appropriate to their experience. If you all don’t allow that to happen, people just won’t talk.”


Thanks for the link.



posted on Nov, 13 2017 @ 10:54 AM
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a reply to: loveguy

I've met Sean Astin and done some work for him. He's a well grounded and beautiful person.



posted on Nov, 13 2017 @ 11:46 AM
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a reply to: DrHammondStoat

Sorry but those are just excuses. He has been saying that he was going to name names before Weinstien and that was his choice.

Also he wasn't ignored in 1993, they told him to go to the right department, which he never did, again, his choice.

Haim's mother not doing the right thing doesn't absolve Feldman.



posted on Nov, 13 2017 @ 07:32 PM
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a reply to: thepixelpusher

Plus, he plays a really good nerd in Netflix's Stranger Things 2.

From what I gathered from the interview, Astin believes Feldman's own abuse claims and supports his attempts to uncover more, if there is more. Astin encourages and supports Feldman, but he does qualify and equivocate a bit in that interview in regard to Feldman's motive for financial support and the alleged 1000s (Feldman's words) involved in Hollywood pedophilia.

I guess it's still a wait-and-see approach...
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posted on Nov, 15 2017 @ 08:34 PM
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originally posted by: seasonal

originally posted by: LadyGreenEyes

originally posted by: seasonal
a reply to: LadyGreenEyes

Wonder how in the hell the first claims went bye bye or were not investigated?

Were they excused as lies or were they purposely not looked into?


Either is possible, but I'd bet on the latter. If the culture is as pervasive as e are being told, and I believe it is, then there would be cops involved in it as well, and politicians, and such a report would end up buried. That LA badge sure makes it look that way, too. They can't NOT know what that symbol is, so why have it on a badge? You'd think it would be avoided.


If the 1993 claim by Feldman is true and he gave names to Santa Barbara police, I would imagine those that are still around are looking for a way out. Feldman better grow eyes in the back of his head or he will end up in a single driver auto accident.
These could very well be some very very dangerous people.


He definitely needs to be careful!!



posted on Nov, 15 2017 @ 09:43 PM
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originally posted by: DrHammondStoat
If you actually listen to what the guy has to say, he says that on social media people were constantly asking him to name names and have been doing since it came out that Corey Haim was abused.

Sure, but he was saying that he was going to before that.They were just asking him what was what.


The pressure to name names again started with the Weinstien stuff, that was not his choice.

Pretty sure putting out a book with that content was his choice.


Still we have Feldman getting all this hate and blame directed his way when Haim's mother says she knew and she didn't name any names either. She's even said Feldman should name names to protect other kids from abuse even though she never did!

Seems like a double standard on your part.
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posted on Nov, 16 2017 @ 02:41 PM
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a reply to: DrHammondStoat

Feldman could repel the lawsuits if others come forward.



posted on Nov, 16 2017 @ 02:47 PM
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Sure, but he was saying that he was going to before that.They were just asking him what was what.


He named names in 1993 to the SBPD, but since they maintain the records don't reflect that, he named them again, just a few weeks ago to the SBPD, once he found that the earlier records didn't contain the names. Feldman has done it proper. Not in the court of public opinion, but for an investigative team to determine the results in a legal fashion and not as a mob mentality. You do understand everyone has a right to a fair investigation and trials, right? Or do you prefer public stoning before the facts are looked at??
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posted on Nov, 16 2017 @ 03:12 PM
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originally posted by: thepixelpusher
He named names in 1993 to the SBPD, but since they maintain the records don't reflect that, he named them again, just a few weeks ago to the SBPD, once he found that the earlier records didn't contain the names.

Why would he tell SBPD again when they told him in 1993 that it was out of their jurisdiction?


Feldman has done it proper. Not in the court of public opinion, but for an investigative team to determine the results in a legal fashion and not as a mob mentality. You do understand everyone has a right to a fair investigation and trials, right? Or do you prefer public stoning before the facts are looked at??

He has been doing it in the court of public opinion for the last 5 years or so. It was during that time that people pressured him through social media, which was what the post I was replying to said.



posted on Nov, 16 2017 @ 08:06 PM
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No Feldman was getting pummeled over not taking this totally public with all names and details. Feldman rightly approached the law to do an investigation and to take appropriate action. It is wholly inappropriate to judge the details in the court of public opinion. He only went on an awareness campaign with an overview because he cared that people knew. Slimy Barbara Walters shamed him in The View interview which was disgusting! Only Dr. Oz had the balls to featured a balanced interview with Feldman.



posted on Nov, 16 2017 @ 08:17 PM
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originally posted by: thepixelpusher
a reply to: daskakik

No Feldman was getting pummeled over not taking this totally public with all names and details.

Exactly but he chose to put some info out there in the court of public opinion and threatened to give names.


Feldman rightly approached the law to do an investigation and to take appropriate action. It is wholly inappropriate to judge the details in the court of public opinion. He only went on an awareness campaign with an overview because he cared that people knew. Slimy Barbara Walters shamed him in The View interview which was disgusting! Only Dr. Oz had the balls to featured a balanced interview with Feldman.

How does that contradict anything I have said? The View wasn't the only place he could have gone to and it is only one outlet.

Dr. Oz also pretty much told him that SBPD didn't have names and that he should make that call to LAPD. He finished what everyone was trying to get done through social media pressure so why was that pressure OK when it came from Dr. Oz?
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posted on Nov, 16 2017 @ 08:47 PM
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Exactly but he chose to put some info out there in the court of public opinion and threatened to give names.


You don't get it. he wanted the channels that would get it out without being censored, hence his documentary idea. Feldman realized the SBPD failed to act on his interview, so he didn't trust the police to do that. Since Dr. OZ revealed that the SBPD didn't retain or act on Feldman's testimony, and conceded he didn't know that, he took the info Oz gave him and acted again...AGAIN! Got that!!!
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posted on Nov, 16 2017 @ 08:54 PM
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originally posted by: thepixelpusher
You don't get it. he wanted the channels that would get it out without being censored, hence his documentary idea.

No, you don't get it. You gave one example. There is no proof that the other channels turned him down. In this day and age you don't need channels when you could just put it out there on social media. He had to be pressured to do it by Oz.

"But walters shamed him" is just an excuse.


Feldman realized the SBPD failed to act on his interview, so he didn't trust the police to do that.

He actually said that they told him it was out of their jurisdiction. They were questioning him about MJ.


Since Dr. OZ revealed that the SBPD didn't;t retain or act on Feldman's testimony, and was surprised at that, he took the info Oz gave him and acted again...AGAIN! Got that!!!

You already accepted earlier that we don't really know if he gave names before. Just his word.

Also, he had been publicly talking about it since 2013.

In the video Oz even asks who would have jurisdiction and he immediately says LAPD. He already knew. It wasn't new info.



posted on Nov, 16 2017 @ 09:15 PM
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So you finally agree Feldman acted appropriately and gave the LAPD the info and they are following up on it. What is your beef then. It is done. Don't complain it was not soon enough. Your beef is with the SBPD then, not Feldman. SBPD should have forwarded it to LAPD if it was not their jurisdiction, right!!!???



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