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Re: So you think you can rape?
« Reply #15 on: April 11, 2013, 12:20:39 PM »
Indeed and out of respect for 'mom's call for no vigilante justice' Anonymous is respecting that.


Anonymous - “What we have learned is certainly appalling, but it wasn’t the act of rape that shocked us. It was the behavior of the adults in Rehtaeh’s life that we found most disturbing,” the Anonymous group “Operation Justice for Rehtaeh” said in a Thursday morning press release that took aim at “school teachers, administrators, the police and prosecutors.”“All of you have created a mess and instead of taking responsibility and cleaning it up, the first thing you did yesterday morning was get on television and defend your jobs. You have taught the young men in your community a terrible lesson: rape is easy.”Anonymous said that they had received “dozens of e-mails” from teenagers and adults alike that recalled the four alleged attackers openly bragging about “the rape of an inebriated 15-year-old girl” and questioned why police and the Crown said they did not have enough evidence to push forward with charges. -snip-
Anonymous says it has the names of all four boys and their locations, but says they will not release the names out of respect for Leah Parsons, who told the media she did not want people to go after the alleged perpetrators.
“At this time we can honestly say we’re confident we know the identities of the people involved in Rehtaeh’s rape. It would probably take us a lot longer to come up with a list of the people responsible for her death. We hope you all find some way to sleep at night,” it said. -snip-


Anonymous slammed the justice minister’s turnabout as “an act of public relations damage-control.”
“You should be really ashamed of yourself. In contrast to your statements your actions are not genuine and your patronizing attention is unappreciated. Ross, you have zero class,” it said. -snip-

“See you Sunday,” the group said, referring to a planned demonstration in Halifax that day.
http://news.nationalpost.com/2013/04/11/see-you-sunday-anonymous-issues-new-cryptic-warning-in-attack-on-n-s-justice-minister-over-lack-of-charges-in-rehtaeh-parsons-case/


The authorities fucked up and they need to wear it!
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Re: So you think you can rape?
« Reply #16 on: April 12, 2013, 12:02:21 AM »
Secondly, we are aware that new evidence may have possibly been presented to the RCMP. If this is true, nothing should interfere with that investigation.
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Re: So you think you can rape?
« Reply #17 on: April 12, 2013, 06:26:04 PM »

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« Reply #18 on: April 12, 2013, 06:56:27 PM »
And apparently top cop Paulson is working with Anon, altho not public knowledge as of yet. As for the 'fresh' evidence not from online so say rcmp, I'll believe it when I see it. They chose not to pursue and public pressure is why it's reopened. As for Dickwad poli's like harper thinking bringing new laws in.....ohfuckitjustmakesmenuts.


ETA - Now it's public knowledge - "The person providing the information is willing to verify who they are, the reason they're providing it and is willing to work with police," the release stated.

That sounds like the boy who spoke to Rehtaeh's mom who is one of the alleged rapists and showed her the pic. that was distributed.

"I think that is great that the RCMP is reopening the case. However, if we don't want this to happen again -- if we want real justice -- we need to find out why the RCMP did not lay charges in the first place," Bain said in a press release.

Exactly and it better not turn out one of the boys is 'connected' in some way.

RCMP Commissioner Bob Paulson said earlier in the day the RCMP would be open to working with online hacker group Anonymous, but "they've got to take their masks off, sadly."

Be careful N.S. Anon.

Paulson, who was at an RCMP event in Calgary, said he thinks people like those involved in Anonymous, in some circumstances, present themselves as civic-minded.
"But in another case they don't, and they don't have the same stringent review of evidence and concern for truth that we have developed in our efforts."
Be careful RCMP
http://cnews.canoe.ca/CNEWS/Canada/2013/04/12/20734341.html
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Re: So you think you can rape?
« Reply #19 on: April 12, 2013, 08:43:22 PM »
Anonymous dissects the National Post “moron” who is indifferent to what happened to Rehtaeh:
“…he’s a moron. Let’s slow down for one second and assume that I did release the names of those rapists… what law am I breaking? I suppose they could sue me for slandering them. Of course, to do that they’d have to prove I was lying.This gets worse: he says we should ignore the photo being spread around the school because it probably happens all time. We can’t expect the legal system to punish everyone that’s passing around photos of women being raped, now can we? It’s ‘fairly routine adolescent behaviour.’[/color]Chris Selley’s article epitomizes the rape culture. Selley is equating a traumatic rape with a picture of a girl’s breast she took in a mirror and sent to her boyfriend.”http://m.vice.com/en_ca/read/inside-anonymouss-operation-to-out-rehtaeh-parsonss-rapists
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Re: So you think you can rape?
« Reply #20 on: April 13, 2013, 12:54:34 PM »
Interview with Anon member Mr. Blanchard. He has nothing to do with the 'prominent member' who gave the RCMP the 'confession' information. He simply makes it possible to move information forward w/o authorities being able to trace the physical location. A tekkie guy.


http://atlantic.ctvnews.ca/video?clipId=904707&binId=1.1145463&playlistPageNum=1
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