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A self-proclaimed pedophile hunter, who lures would-be child molesters into public spaces where they can be arrested, has been arrested for this practice.
After he became fed up with police officers doing a terrible job at catching child predators, Rich Warner took matters into his own hands. He launched a sting operation of his own and was successful at catching pedophiles. However, he apparently became so good at his job that police have moved in to take him out.
Using fake profiles, Warner would lure in these predators. He would set up meetings and then confront the sickos who would show up. Many of Warner’s stings have been the subject of high-profile news segments in which he’s nabbed child predators who thought they were going to meet children for sex.
As Yahoo reported in August, in one of Warner’s stings, Mark Lee Smith arranged to meet the 14-year-old, known as Lou, after grooming her on an online dating site, but instead he found himself face-to-face with an undercover journalist using the alias ‘Danny Catcher’ (Warner) who detained the 28-year-old father of one and called the police.
This post was published at The Daily Sheeple on DECEMBER 27, 2017.
Note that widening wealth and income inequality is a non-partisan trend. One of the core goals of the Federal Reserve’s monetary policies of the past 9 years is to generate the “wealth effect”: by pushing the valuations of stocks and bonds higher, American households will feel wealthier, and hence be more willing to borrow and spend, even if they didn’t actually reap any gains by selling stocks and bonds that gained value. In other words, the mere perception of rising wealth is supposed to trigger a wave of renewed borrowing and spending. This perception management only worked on the few households which owned enough of these assets to feel wealthier–the top 5%, the top 6 million out of 120 million households. This chart shows what happened as the Fed ceaselessly goosed financial assets higher over the past 9 years: the gains, real and perceived, only flowed to the top 5% of households earning in excess of $200,000 annually. Spending by the bottom 95% has at best returned to the levels reached a decade ago in 2007.
This post was published at Charles Hugh Smith on TUESDAY, DECEMBER 26, 2017.
.@WhipHoyer says House Democrats are being asked to vote against the stopgap-defense-disaster spending package.
‘We are asking our members to vote no. If Republicans want Democrats’ votes, they need to work with us on a serious compromise.’
— Jennifer Shutt (@JenniferShutt) December 19, 2017
Update: In what could be a serious problem for Ryan and the rest of the GOP leadership, Democratic leaders in the House have asked their members to vote against the Republican continuing resolution bill as it stands.
In addition, Politico reported that several conservative House Republicans spoke out against including the reauthorization of the Obamacare CSRs in the final version of the bill – a condition that Mitch McConnell added to secure the vote of Maine moderate Susan Collins.
In other news, McConnell said Tuesday that the Senate would vote on the reconciled Obamacare bill tonight.
The House is expected to vote early this afternoon.
This post was published at Zero Hedge on Dec 19, 2017.