Child pornography prosecutions on the rise

Leucosticte

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https://www.investigativepost.org/2020/02/05/child-pornography-prosecutions-on-the-rise/

“What you’re seeing is a visual depiction of rape and sexual abuse of a child,” said James P. Kennedy Jr., the U.S. Attorney for the Western District of New York. “By viewing it, it thus increases the demand and more people, more kids get abused as a result.”
Is that really true? Let's suppose you're a pedophile and have access to a kid; are you going to hold off on having sex with that kid unless you can be sure you have an audience?

“In a perfect world, we’d say, ‘Can we have double the amount of agents working on this?’ but we’d just have double the amount of cases,” Hockwater said.
So what's even the point? They make it sound kinda pointless if even their perfect world isn't that good.

“Disturbing is a kind word,” said John Flynn, the Erie County District Attorney. “Possession and promotion of child pornography is a heinous crime. It is a memorialization of actual sexual abuse.”
What about these people who praise the Columbine shooters; doesn't that encourage more school shootings? Yet that's totally legal.

At FBI headquarters in downtown Buffalo, files lie scattered across the floor and desks, and in the cabinets of the Innocent Images Office. A sign hangs on the door, which is kept shut, warning those who enter about the sensitive and graphic evidence which might be displayed inside the room.
That's just so they can jack off in peace.

Once a warrant is served, agents, examiners and analysts scan all devices at the FBI Regional Computer Forensic Laboratory, looking for images and videos depicting child sexual abuse. Content depicting confirmed child pornography is logged and tagged with unique information, like a fingerprint, and compared against the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children’s database.

The center then notifies those victims.
Why do they do that, by the way? Why is it necessary to tell them, "By the way, you got victimized again"? Just so they can sue and try to shake down the guy for money, I guess.

“We are learning from survivors that it is, in fact, a new and distinct trauma, a new and distinct victimization, every time they are made aware that their images are found in another offender’s collection,” said Lanae Holmes, Director for Case Services for the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
See what I mean? These agencies are creating the "revictimization" just so they can stay relevant.

Holmes said there have been cases where victims have been contacted by sexual offenders years after the initial abuse happened.
There probably haven't actually been more than a handful of cases where some random person from the Internet figured out the kid's identity and contacted them years later; and probably those were cases where the "victim" chose to come forward publicly.

Now, as many people carry smartphones, which are essentially personal computers, sexual offenders can have terabytes of pornographic data at their fingertips.
Are people not encrypting and password-protecting their phones when they have that stuff on them? How are they continuing to get caught?

Most offenders are white men; they come from all socioeconomic backgrounds.
Oh, so these laws are sexist and racist!

“There’s more into the mental health aspect of this of trying to figure out why does someone reoffend, why does someone want to view images of an infant being sexually abused,” Hockwater said. “Until we figure that out, we’re missing key parts of this puzzle of how to stop this problem.”
Rule 34, bro.
 
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Leucosticte

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I feel like it would only take a small push to make this whole system of child porn prohibition come crashing down. If opponents of this system would start getting defiant, it would probably help send a message that people are feeling more confident that they are on the side of right and that these laws are a violation of free speech, etc.

What happened in the last years of pot prohibition is that people were gathering and smoking pot together. What I wanted to do is print some frame(s) from the Vicky series on a piece of paper and then on the reverse side put a manifesto about how the CP laws are wrong and should be repealed. Then I would go to the local FBI building and show that to them as an act of defiance, and deliver a similar speech at sentencing in court, etc.

I should probably learn karate or something before doing that, though, because I'd probably need it in prison. Then again, usually what happens in prison is that they jump you when you're on the shitter or in the shower or whatever. They're not gonna try to give you an opportunity to have a fair fight usually.

At any rate, the main reason I don't go through with such a plan is that I would want to first have someone I could rely on to get my message to the press, rather than let the story that appeared in the press just be a copy of the government's press release, as it was back in 2009. I guess I should get in touch with 8chan (or whatever they're calling themselves these days) or some group like that.
 
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