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Vigilantes. I think they create a crime
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'M'

Vigilantes. I think they create a crime 1 Week, 3 Days ago  
www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7658711...-soar-four-week.html

Not sure how many times I have gome on about this.
It must be stopped all started by Mark Williams-Thomas for fame and financial gain
 
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#193497
Randall

Re:Vigilantes. I think they create a crime 1 Week, 3 Days ago  
"This week two brothers from Scotland were in court after being found guilty of trying to meet underage girls for sex with the help of a paedophile hunter group.

William, 36, and Christopher, 31, Kennedy, of East Kilbride, Scotland, believed they were talking to 14-year-old girls on adult dating sites."


The old bait and switch scam. Make initial contact on an adult website or app, accumulate a few racy comments, then drop in a "real" age under 16 and edit the conversations to look criminal.
 
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'M'

Re:Vigilantes. I think they create a crime 1 Week, 2 Days ago  
Randall you are spot on easy like Sunday morning
 
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hedda

Re:Vigilantes. I think they create a crime 1 Week, 2 Days ago  
Randall wrote:
"This week two brothers from Scotland were in court after being found guilty of trying to meet underage girls for sex with the help of a paedophile hunter group.

William, 36, and Christopher, 31, Kennedy, of East Kilbride, Scotland, believed they were talking to 14-year-old girls on adult dating sites."


The old bait and switch scam. Make initial contact on an adult website or app, accumulate a few racy comments, then drop in a "real" age under 16 and edit the conversations to look criminal.


in other words they groom victims.

as always police and creeps like Williams-Thomas encourage these lowlifes whilst wringing their hands saying,,"leave it to us...but we understand".

I'd lock them all up.
 
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