Criminals Creating Criminals: FBI Sharing Child Porn to Catch Pedophiles

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September 2022

  The website functioned as a message board that included topics such as “How to lure a child in my car,” “Meeting other pedos in real life,” and “Do kids LIKE anal sex?”

   Did you know that all the way up until 1968 pornography was illegal? And why?  It’s because it violates God’s law, as well as American law (1 Corinthians 6:9)!

   I want you to think for a moment how schools today (health classes), along with television and the movies now promote fornication, which is sex before marriage, adultery, sodomy, which is illegal in every state of our union, transgenderisim (no such thing), and pedophilia, all which (Luke 17:2) violate American law (Exodus 20). Why are these crimes being promoted and advocated for as “normal” among the young?

   Instead of enforcing the law to deter and to condemn the crime, we now find that the FBI devised the content to create the criminals. That is called entrapment. However, somehow or another, the unconstitutional agency known as the FBI is now complicit in the crime that Americans think that they are above the very laws that they are to enforce (Psalm 94:20).

   According to the SFGate:

   The FBI seized and ran a child pornography service late last year as investigators worked to identify its customers, one Western Washington man allegedly among them.

   Following a lengthy investigation, Nebraska-based agents raided the large child pornography service in November hoping to catch users who shared thousands of images showing children being raped, displayed and abused.

   The Bureau ran the service for two weeks while attempting to identify more than 5,000 customers, according to a Seattle FBI agent’s statements to the court. Court records indicate the site continued to distribute child pornography online while under FBI control; the Seattle-based special agent, a specialist in online crimes against children, detailed the investigation earlier this month in a statement to the court.

   The investigation appears to mark a departure for the Bureau and other federal law enforcement agencies aiming to root out child porn purveyors.

   Historically, child pornography investigations stem from tips made to law enforcement, interactions with undercover officers posing as customers or reviews of documentation seized during searches of child porn clearinghouses like the one recently raided in Nebraska. While investigators are known to have posed as child porn dealers — a 2011 effort involved targeted emails to suspected pedophiles — it is not apparent that the FBI previously dealt child porn as part of a sting.

   The Nebraska investigation is still in its early stages, and, while charges appear to be forthcoming, no one being prosecuted has been publicly tied to the site thus far. Information obtained during the investigation resulted in a search of one Western Washington home, and investigators are presently reviewing computers seized during that April search.

   The FBI declined requests to discuss the investigation or investigators’ motivations to continue operating the site. Court records indicate investigators hoped to trace customers and were unable to do so through traditional means.

   For anyone to suggest that any agency needs to go this far in creating criminals instead of enforcing the laws that are already on the books is quite telling to say the least (Luke 12:2).

   In conclusion: The FBI has outdone itself time and time again, from cover-ups to creating criminals by putting child pornography on the sites of their political opposition, to false flag attacks, murders such as occurred on Ruby Ridge, and the list continues on.

   Friends, true liberty can exist only when justice is equally administered to all, and that includes those who swore to uphold that law (2 Corinthians 5:10).

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