OpDeatheaters research

Discussion in 'Think Tank' started by Disambiguation, Apr 5, 2015.

  1. Disambiguation Global Moderator

    This thread is to keep track of research we do for OpDeatheaters and what we did with it.
    I looked at court martials for child sex offenses in the USMC western district. That was a data base easily searched. That data was tweeted to OpDeatheatersUS. The other districts of the USMC aren't so easy to find.

    Western district USArmy was a long search and most sexual offenses were someone getting too drunk to drive home and someone sleeping at someone else's room with various combinations of sexual offenses. It made me want to shout "Straighten up, soldiers!" every time I see them in a bar.

    I ran thru the US Marshal's Service (USMS) looking at sex offender/child arrests and operations by the USMS against pedophiles, and then tweeted it to OpDeatheatersUS. The USMS 15 most wanted were for more than child sex offenses.
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  2. FloGold Moderator

    do u have an action plan for this op Dis?

    can you explain to me wat the goal of it is so i can start helping out again
  3. Disambiguation Global Moderator

    The Op started in Twitter and by now OpDeatheaters # is all fagged up but was a center.
    Here is her thoughts on OpDeatheaters

    I'll try to find the official statement.
    Basically its collecting and researching for information on crimes against children and the vulnerable not just pedophilia.
    I searched those data bases and pulled out the cases of child sex abuse and tweeted it to OpDeatheatersUS. OpDeatheaters collects the US info.
    The end result will be victim-lead inquires.

    So this thread is for anyone on WWP working on OpDeatheaters to post what they are working on.
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  4. Disambiguation Global Moderator

    Kinda disorganized, I know. Its good to have you back.
  5. Disambiguation Global Moderator

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  6. A.O.T.F Member


    Two words, Dis - diplomatic immunity. It is a never ending fucking nightmare, when one is trying to get any information on these motherfuckers.

    Case in point.

    U.S. Soldiers Sexually Abuse 54 Colombian Minors, Videotape Incidents, But Will Never Be Charged

    Fifty-four Colombian girls were allegedly sexually abused by U.S. soldiers and military contractors between 2003 and 2007, according to a new report by the Colombian government’s reconciliation commission. The report claims that none of the perpetrators of the heinous sex crimes against minors were ever prosecuted because U.S. forces had diplomatic immunity under bilateral agreements. The U.S. military members and contractors are said to have not only sexually abused the 54 minors, but also videotaped the incidents and uploaded them to porn sites.
    Moar ...
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  7. White Tara Global Moderator

    omg that hurt so much to read :(
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  8. A.O.T.F Member

    It's god damned sickening, T. Pissed, would be an understatement :mad:
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  9. Disambiguation Global Moderator

    FloGold can you find the original source in Spanish? The Columbian report? We should get it to OpDeatheatersUS. None of the articles in English were well researched/ mainstream media.
  10. Disambiguation Global Moderator

    IMHO this Columbia/ USArmy sex abuse story is a perfect WWP intiative. We can bring this out in the open and can do a better job pressuring the U.S. Army than Columbia can.
    So.. Suggestions? If Flo links us to the original report, and we get it to OpDeatheatersUS, we can TwitterStorm it as a start.
  11. Disambiguation Global Moderator

    Next- we get the story to anonsoldier and ask advice on who to contact in the US Army, and contractors. The perps will have CP on their computers.
  12. Dot Member

    They could be charged in the US.
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  13. rof Member

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  14. Disambiguation Global Moderator

    Thats what I'm thinking. They got a pass in Columbia but if they made child porn (and brought it home) it should be a different matter.
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  15. rof Member

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  16. FloGold Moderator

    Thanks roffles, ill look through los links and translate prevalent info, but not until tomorrow night.
  17. Disambiguation Global Moderator

    I wrote a through summary which didn't post. So here it is in short form
    The columbian government and rebels are negotiating a peace. Part of that is resolving the problem of who is at fault for civilian deaths and injuries. The report is over 800 pages of historical documents and reports. The rape/ child porn reports of USArmy troops and contractors is part of the report. The case of the 12 yo girl has caused outrage in Columbia especially since it's been ignored. The U.S. refused to file charges but said it could revisit charges later.
    We Americans need to explain to our government that this is "later".
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  18. Disambiguation Global Moderator
    I'll get Aronson's contact info.
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  19. FloGold Moderator

    I know sweet pea, but someone has to stand up for the kids.
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  20. FloGold Moderator

    we might hafta start pressuring them like we did facebook altho the us government is hardly in par with fb.
  21. Disambiguation Global Moderator

    Poons, TwitterStorm to Aronson, what else you think? We need to get it all lined up then hit it.
  22. FloGold Moderator

    check ur pm dis and aotf as well.
  23. rof Member

    The Colombian government is the main US tool in South America. FARC is a Marxist enemy. Bolivia and Venezuela are commie buddies. Ecuador thinks Assange is a cool guy. Uruguay has legalized weed. The crimes of the US in South America start at Panama, run right through Colombia (which has the power to prevent Venezuelan oil to go to China via pipeline instead of canal) and have the same sordid history of covert meddling as most other parts of the world which is why we are seeing deatheaters murdering political opponents in Argentina.
  24. Disambiguation Global Moderator

    Can someone write a manifesto for the Op?
  25. Disambiguation Global Moderator

  26. Darth Alor Member

    Does it taste like the flouride cheese?

  27. Will you stop harping on about diplomatic immunity?

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  28. A.O.T.F Member

    Well, if you actually read the piece, you would have discovered the fact that they are "Hiding behind" the cloak of diplomatic immunity. Not once did i ever say that they were diplomats. Dipshit
  29. Ersatz Global Moderator

    The best way to deal with trolls is to not feed them. Ignore this troll.
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  30. NO.

    This message by Disampedophile has been hidden due to negative ratings. (Show message)
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  31. FloGold Moderator

    This is not a nypa request.
    Unlike some of you are led to believe we DO work together to achieve our goals especially in this OP. if you don't know what youre talking about regarding this op i highly suggest you stay away from here with your negative derailing and in general. This is not like anything ever undertaken on WWP and as such its handled in very much diferent ways. Be aware that I do not tolerate any crap on this sub-forum at all. Anything that disrupts what we are doing here no matter how light or whatever will be handled for lack of a better word harshly.

    Other than that Im working on all the things we have talked about in PMS Dis, I just ask that you bear with me since I am looking for a new job, getting over a huge dip in my depression and looking to start school again.

    But ill have it done in a timely manner.
  32. anonsoldier Member

    Status of Forces Agreements (SOFA) do not provide diplomatic protections. Diplomatic immunity is specific to diplomats, members of their staff, and communications they engage in as part of their diplomatic functions. It is codified into international law with all sorts of specifics on how it works with some local variations. Diplomats can be expelled when they can't be prosecuted unless their host nation waives immunity.

    SOFAs are specifically negotiated between two nations and are specific to the treatment of military and military contractors. They vary widely in scope and permission. For example, the US SOFA with Germany allows Germany to prosecute American Soldiers at any given time. As we've seen, the Columbian agreement does not.

    This is not about diplomatic immunity. This is about who has jurisdiction to prosecute. The US has full jurisdiction authority to prosecute these Soldiers for these alleged crimes, even though they were committed overseas. If this were a diplomatic immunity issue, the US would not ordinarily have any jurisdiction and neither would Columbia unless the US waived immunity.

    As I mentioned to Disambiguation via PM, for the focus on Columbia you have two main focuses: SGT Coen case and the report by the Columbian government. The following are my opinions on these subjects:
    -SGT Coen case is currently dead in the water. There was an investigation and it was closed as unsubstantiated. It will not be reopened without new evidence (the Columbian report) or pressure on senior leaders.
    -Investigations into the Columbian report will take time and efforts should be made to keep it in the public eye and to push the media to cover it. Hit up civilian media and also Stars & Stripes. S&S will actually publish stuff that is negative about the military, believe it or not.
    -Push on senior leaders: Chief of Staff, Secretary of the Army, Secretary of Defense, and President to have visibility on this and to make the results public as much as is possible. Sending poons to anyone else will just meet a wall of Public Affairs Officers pointing to the ongoing investigation.
    -Push on the Columbian government to provide support for all the victims and to help them. If they get some backing then they'll be more open to talk with US investigators and that's going to be your biggest hurdle. The SGT Coen case likely failed to be prosecuted because the victim never talked to investigators. Doesn't matter why she didn't talk, the fact is if she talks to them that gives a lot more oomph to the case to be prosecuted.

    I'm not going to be too active in this but any of you are welcome to PM me with questions I might be able to help with, namely US Army things.
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  33. FloGold Moderator

    Would you mind adding mw to this pm you jave going on with Dis about this. Please? Im the one that bought opinnocence to wwp and wanna be more involved in this op. I would really appreciate it.
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