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Date: July 31, 2020
“Why these people feel compelled to defend actions that should and will not ever be accepted is beyond me, however at some point it gets to be way too much and we have to put our foot down.”
A Personal Account, As Someone Who Was There:
“Minor Attracted Person” has been in usage since at least the late 1990’s, by genuine activists.
It’s been published in research and used in research studies, as well as implemented in B4U-ACT workshops [a group which fosters the cultivation of safe, mental health services for nepiophiles, pedophiles, hebephiles and ephebophiles (MAPs), who have need of them in relations to their orientation].
The primary purpose of “Minor Attracted Person”, is to help promote research, safe living and mental well being.
The identifier has been accepted and promoted by several leading experts on pedophilia, including Fred Berlin, who is one of the founding experts at B4U-ACT.
The 4chan trolling attempted attaching itself to a long established movement.
It’s an outrage that anyone would suggest some half baked trolling campaign from a few years back, is “the basis” for our movement…It has literally no [historical] connection to us, and if you were present during this time, you’d know that a lot of us MAPs literally exposed and attacked the “Heart Progress” incarnation of it.
I’ve personally been identifying as a MAP since the mid 2000’s…around ten years, prior to that troll, pulling his stunts.
The MAP movement is a legitimate movement, with real world experts, organizations and communities involved. It has a lengthy history, which goes back over 20 years.
Date: July 07, 2020
“A disturbed woman who claims to be the Q-Anon spokesperson filmed her own meltdown at a Target.
An Arizona woman immediately dubbed “QAnon Karen” on social media was arrested after she pulled all the face masks off a display at a Scottsdale area Target. When employees told her to stop, she refused, claiming they let “everyone else” do that and they only targeted her because she is a blonde White woman wearing a $40,000 watch. In another video shared, the woman told police officers she was sent by President Donald Trump himself and is a spokesperson for QAnon.
Date: June 06, 2020
“The guy in red T-shirt is an American FBI Agent of South Sudanese origin. White cops harassed and attempted to arrest him. It gets sweet when he IDs himself. See how cops coiled their tails.”
Not sure if he’s actually an FBI agent…but these cops clearly got caught racial profiling…and he has some type of status, which stopped the process in it’s tracks…after he’d been put into handcuffs…So, it’s believable he is one.
Date: June 03, 2020
“Interpol has issued a wanted notice for Anne Sacoolas, the wife of a U.S. diplomat, in the death of 19-year-old Harry Dunn in a car crash in Britain last year. CBS News correspondent Imtiaz Tyab joins CBSN with the reaction from Dunn’s family.”
Date: June 02, 2020
“You probably don’t know it, but federal agents are working closely with police where you live. Over the past few decades, joint task forces staffed by both state and federal police have become common. They now number more than one thousand. As a result of these federal/state partnerships, the government often plays what amounts to a shell game that makes it impossible to hold individual officers to account if they violate someone’s constitutional rights by, for example, engaging in police brutality or other misdeeds.
Here’s how it works: The tools an individual can use to hold a government officer to account for violating the Constitution depend on whether the officer was acting under state or federal law. But if an officer acts under both state and federal law—as it does when a joint task force is involved—the question becomes murkier. An officer accused of abusing his federal authority can claim he was actually acting using his state-law authority, and an officer accused of abusing his state-law authority can say he was really acting as a federal officer. Plaintiffs are left guessing and sometimes end up thrown out of court altogether.
James King, a law-abiding college student in Grand Rapids, Michigan, was forced to play this game after he was brutally beaten in an unjustifiable case of mistaken identity. Task force members misidentified James as a fugitive; stopped, searched, beat and choked him into unconsciousness; and then—even after it was clear they had the wrong man—arrested James and charged his with a series of felonies to cover their tracks. After fighting a criminal prosecution aimed at preventing James from vindicating his constitutional rights and sending him to prison, James was acquitted. But that was just the beginning.
When James filed a lawsuit against the officers to hold them to account for their actions, the officers argued they were entitled to several forms of immunity and persuaded the court to throw out James’ case. An appeals court reversed the worst parts of that decision, but the government has now taken James’ case to the U.S. Supreme Court, asking the Court to shield the officers from any accountability for violating the Constitution.
James has partnered with the Institute for Justice to protect the rights of all Americans who encounter federal and state task forces. As part of IJ’s Project on Immunity and Accountability, James and IJ are asking the Supreme Court to end the shell game and hold officers to account when they violate individuals’ Constitution rights.”