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Document Shows FBI/ICE Sets Up Users With Child Porn

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posted on Sep, 5 2013 @ 01:58 PM
This has been going on longer than most think:


"In 2001, Ritter on two occasions was detained and later arrested on charges of soliciting minors for sex on the Internet that were both dismissed. He was arrested on similar charges in 2010 that led to a conviction and sentence of one and half to five and a half years.[1]"

I remember when it happened thinking to myself "this must be entrapment". How convenient that the weapons inspector who couldn't find evidence of WMD and dared to criticize the Bush administration was brought up on these charges.

posted on Sep, 5 2013 @ 02:53 PM
reply to post by Asktheanimals

Wow, I can't believe I never heard of that case. It is very very suspicious to me. Then again maybe my tinfoil hat is on too tight today. Seems way too convenient though.... Another case to dig through on my downtime I suppose. Getting quite a list built up these days.

posted on Sep, 5 2013 @ 02:55 PM
reply to post by 3n19m470

Bingo, just sitting there on the computer, waiting until they need to try and boost citizen morale with another large "sting", or the "offender" starts speaking out against the wrong people/corps. People that can afford a new computer every year and toss the old one out are fortunate I guess

edit on Thu, 05 Sep 2013 14:55:52 -0500 by TKDRL because: (no reason given)

posted on Sep, 5 2013 @ 03:35 PM

The 2nd method would be to stuff child pornography onto movies, music, pirated software, and other digital downloads shared on P2P networks but in a sneaky way so that the user doesn’t detect the child porn.

(From link in OP)

Now I'm not saying this has ever happened to me.... not this exact thing, anyway. However, many years ago when I used to use peer-to-peer software like Limewire or Ares, there were a number of times I downloaded a file based on the file name (presuming it was accurately descriptive of the content-- which it usually was) only to end up downloading / seeing stuff I never wanted to download / see.

Some people out there are jerks, and you need to be careful with stuff like that.

On the other hand, I will say that since I've switched over to torrents, I've very rarely encountered such problems.

posted on Sep, 5 2013 @ 03:48 PM
Okay, that being said....

This is making me feel kinda stupid... I'm having a very hard time understanding what, exactly, the info in these links is trying to convey.

In the scribd document they're talking about slipping files into folders where the target / downloader won't notice them... and talking about marrying kiddie porn with normal files, so that people download them without suspecting what they are....

T he Trojans used will be mainly Windows based and will be difficult to end the task and remove using a task manager or any conventional methods of process termination. The Trojans will store the child pornography in folders of which the average user is not aware of or has no expertise of.....

...The procedure will be using the new methods which include stuffing child pornography images and moving-images inside of average files which will be shared by servers sanctioned by the FBI. The methods of stuffing will vary from each agent or officer but are approved as long as the suspect cannot detect that the file contains child pornography until the file has been downloaded. Child pornography has successfully been stuffed into adult pornography films, music files using ID3 tags, software programs, keygens and cracks, and other material that has been illicitly traded over P2P file sharing networks.

Am i reading this right? Is this possibly a legit govt document? And if it is, where did it come from? That sounds shady as hell. If the target doesn't know there's child porn in the file before they download it, isn't that technically not illegal? Isn't that 110% entrapment? Aka "blatantly framing someone for a crime they didn't commit?"

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posted on Sep, 5 2013 @ 05:13 PM
reply to post by iwilliam

That is what I got out of the document as well. That is framing people pure and simple. I hope it is not a real thing, but it wouldn't surprise me much if it was.

posted on Sep, 5 2013 @ 05:49 PM
A lot of porn is streaming now in YouTube fashion. I have wondered if this can work its way into a cache or something then bam its on your computer. It is not like each video mentions confirming the ages of participants in this fashion.

posted on Sep, 5 2013 @ 06:04 PM
Yes Mr. I fully believe that you were able to verify someone's ID over tor. Mr. Jones is known for his elite haxx0r skillz. I'm sure he just forgot to tell us exactly how he did that.
Pedos are just trying to be clever with this "I'm not a pervert, it was the FBI all along" bs.

posted on Sep, 5 2013 @ 06:05 PM
reply to post by NihilistSanta

Yeah, I use Ccleaner daily with 4times overright settings for that. Don't forget though, it doesn't even have to be real child porn, it could just "appear to be underage" is enough to get you in hot water. A guy almost went to prison for legal porn with a young looking porn star. I wouldn't doubt there have been people who were convicted, and never been reported on.

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