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With all the issues behind the Epstein scandal, we now know that certain cities globally protect paedophiles & extreme child abusers. It is time to call them out & to inform the world to stay away from those cities.


The first city to be added to that this list is;


New York


New York has been shown to protect paedophiles. and it has done so openly with Epstein. Even to the point where we dont even know if he is actually dead. New York can no longer protect its children. So  New York is no longer a safe place to raise a child.


Therefore from this day forth, Boycott New York. Do not travel to the city. Do not feed its tourist industry. Do not frequent its restaurants. Do not support its sports teams. Do not give New York your coin , money or time.


Also if you catch someone who is going to New York for a "holiday", challenge them. Ask them why they are going to a city that is stunk out with paedophiles & child abusers. Why are they going there?! Make them feel uncomfortable about their travel choices.



It is time to name & shame the paedophile-protectorate cities.

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New York


New York judge faces backlash after sparing prison for child rapist 







A judge in upstate New York who sparked outrage after declining to incarcerate a former school bus driver who raped a 14-year-old girl is facing growing calls to be disciplined.

Judge James McClusky of Jefferson county supreme court sentenced Shane Piche to 10 years probation last Thursday after the 25-year-old pleaded guilty to third-degree rape. Piche has also been ordered to pay fees of $1,425 and register as a level one sex offender, the lowest of three categories based on the risk of reoffending.

According to prosecutors, Piche met the teenage girl on the job as a school bus driver and “maintained communication” with her on social media. Eventually, he lured the girl to his home outside Watertown in New York state, and plied her with alcohol before raping her.


Prosecutors had originally asked for a sentence that included up to six months jail time and probation. In an interview with the Associated Press the Jefferson county chief assistant district attorney, Patricia Dziuba, declined to criticise the sentencing.

Since Judge McClusky handed down his sentencing last Thursday the case has received significant attention in the national press. A county court official told the Associated Press on Tuesday: “The judge’s chambers have received numerous vitriolic calls regarding the case, the vast majority from out of state, by individuals who know nothing about the facts and circumstances of the case, thanks to social media.”


A petition calling for Judge McClusky to be removed from the bench has received almost 50,000 signatures. Organizers will submit the signatures to New York’s commission of judicial conduct, a panel with the power to discipline judges in the state.

Piche’s attorney, Eric Swartz, said in an interview with local news that his client “cannot be alone with anyone under the age of 17, with the exception of friends and relatives as reported and agreed by the probation department”.

“He’ll be a felon for the rest of his life,” Swartz said. “He’s on the sex offender registry for a long time. Maybe not the rest of his life because of the level, but this isn’t something that didn’t cause him pain, and this isn’t something that didn’t have consequences.”

Local outlets reported a statement from the teenage victim’s mother, which was not read in court but provided to reporters by the victim’s mother.

It states: “I wish Shane Piche would have received time in jail for the harm he caused to my child. He took something from my daughter she will never get back and has caused her to struggle with depression and anxiety.”











A 25 year-old school bus driver was given just ten years of probation and a pittance of a fine for raping a 14 year-old child. The judge with questionable values (James McClusky) was endorsed by the Order of Malta, a military-religious Christian organization. He was endorsed by the Republican, Independence and Conservative parties for the seat traditionally held by a Jefferson County resident. More than 75k signatures have been collected to remove him from the bench. This is not right...





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New York


Child Rape Suspects Released In New York & New Jersey After Local Jails Refuse To Hold Men









NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Federal immigration officials say two alleged child rapists are on the run after authorities in New York and New Jersey refused to hold the suspects in jail for ICE.

According to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, the Mexican nationals were each taken into custody for separate incidents in the Tri-State Area on charges they sexually assaulted a minor.

Despite requests that the men be held in jail until officers from ICE could pick them up, local law enforcement in both states released the suspects back into the public.

ICE says the first man — Luciano Trejo-Dominguez – was arrested by Vineland, New Jersey police for allegedly restraining and sexually assaulting a child younger than 16 on Aug. 12.

Over the next two days, ICE and Pacific Enforcement Response Center both filed detainers to have Trejo-Dominguez held at the Cumberland County Jail. Those requests were denied and the alleged rapist was released on Aug. 23.

Trejo-Dominguez has been charged with aggravated sexual assault, sexual assault of a victim 13-15 years-old, criminal restraint, criminal sexual contact, and endangering the welfare of a child.


The other man – Joaquin Rodriguez Quiroz – was arrested by police in New York’s Westchester County on 3rd-degree rape charges on Sept. 6.

Quiroz allegedly raped a minor under 17 years-old, which is a class-E felony in New York.

ICE again lodged a detainer request with the Westchester County Jail on Sept. 7, but the Mexican national was released after posting bond.




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Another reason why New York is not a safe place for a child;


Commercial espionage companies Kaklyut and  Black Cube have offices in New York. their presence their puts the whole Epstein saga into a different context;



Hakluyt (Americas)


540 Madison Avenue, 15A
New York, NY 10022

T +1 646 589 6210





In October of 2016, shortly before Wallace’s encounter with Anna, Harvey Weinstein sent a cryptic e-mail to his legal team. For years, he had been represented by David Boies, the attorney who argued for marriage equality before the U.S. Supreme Court, and who represented Al Gore in the dispute over the 2000 Presidential election. Weinstein wanted Boies’s advice on a private-intelligence firm that had been recommended to him by Ehud Barak, the former Prime Minister of Israel. “The Black Cube Group from Israel contacted me through Ehud Barak,” Weinstein wrote. “They r strategists and say your firm have used them. Gmail me when u get a chance.” Run largely by former officers of the Mossad and other Israeli spy agencies, Black Cube has branches in Tel Aviv, London, and Paris, and offers its clients operatives who, according to the firm’s promotional literature, are “highly experienced and trained in Israel’s elite military and governmental intelligence units.  Later that month, Boies’s firm and Black Cube signed a secret contract retaining the spy agency’s services for Weinstein. Boies’s colleagues wired a hundred thousand dollars to Black Cube, as an initial payment. In e-mails and documents related to the arrangement, Black Cube staff tried to hide Weinstein’s identity, referring to him as “the end client” or “Mr. X.” Naming Weinstein, one message warned, “will make him extremely angry.” Black Cube promised Weinstein “a dedicated team of expert intelligence officers that will operate in the USA and any other necessary country.” The team would include a project manager, intelligence analysts, linguists, “Avatar Operators,” who would create fake identities on social media, and “operations experts with extensive experience in social engineering.” The agency also promised to provide “a full time agent by the name of ‘Anna’ (hereinafter ‘the Agent’), who will be based in New York and Los Angeles as per the Client’s instructions and who will be available full time to assist the Client and his attorneys for the next four months.” Eventually, Weinstein and Boies brokered an agreement  with the spy agency to obtain a draft of McGowan’s book, so that Weinstein could discredit it, and to assist in blocking the publication of news stories about the allegations.




With people of that nature walking around freely in the city, would you want to raise a child or family in New York?!


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I live in Canada.... the whole country is suss.  Not the only country that is, but it's a wide geographic area bordered to the North East and West by oceans.  Significantly small population for a country this size.  And notoriously lenient on pedophiles and sex offenders.  

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Manchester can no longer protect its children from rape gangs;







Police and social workers investigating child sex exploitation in Manchester knew children were suffering "the most profound abuse... but did not protect them", a report has found.

After a child's death in 2003, police identified at least 97 suspects, but "very few" faced justice, the independent review found.

The police operation was "prematurely closed down" after officers decided to "remove resources", the report said.

Police said "authorities fell short".

Greater Manchester Police's (GMP) Operation Augusta was set up to tackle "the sexual exploitation throughout a wide area of a significant number of children in the care system by predominantly Asian men", the report said.

Greater Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham, who commissioned the report as a result of the 2017 BBC documentary The Betrayed Girls, focussed on the death in 2003 of 15-year-old Victoria Agoglia and GMP's subsequent investigation.

He said Victoria's death had "exposed a network of paedophiles brazenly abusing young people in care... [who] should have been brought to justice but, appallingly, most escaped and some were left to reoffend".

He added there was now "a zero tolerance approach to child sexual exploitation of any kind".

Victoria's grandmother Joan Agoglia said the publication of the report made her feel "wonderful as I've been fighting for this all my life, it seems".

GMP Chief Constable Ian Hopkins apologised for the police failures which allowed the abuse of children in care to continue.

"On behalf of Greater Manchester Police, I want to apologise to all those vulnerable children who were let down in 2004 by police not thoroughly investigating the offences that had been committed against them.

"I want to say that I am personally disgusted that these children were not cared for and by the awful abuse that they suffered."

GMP is reviewing all the cases covered in the report and has made a voluntary referral to the Independent Office for Police Conduct.


Manchester City Council's (MCC) chief executive Joanne Roney said some social work at the time "fell far below the high standards we now expect", adding: "We want to reassure people that, more than a decade and a half of learning later, we are in a much better place."

She said all the social workers and managers involved in the cases were no longer working for the council and four had been referred to the Health and Care Professions Council for possible disciplinary action.


Victoria Agoglia was in the care of Manchester City Council following the death of her mother.

The report found her carers were aware of her being subjected to "multiple threats, sexual assaults and serious sexual exploitation" and had been told that she was being "injected with heroin by an older Asian man [but] no action was taken by the police or social care".

She subsequently died "having been administered an overdose", but the men who exploited her "have never been brought to justice", the report said, adding that its authors had been denied access to files relating to Victoria by the Manchester coroner.

It said the coroner at her inquest "recognised the multiple concerns", but described Victoria as "having a propensity 'to provide sexual favours'", which "significantly underplays the coercion and control" she was subject to.

It added that having considered "both the harrowing experience of Victoria" and that of her contemporaries, its authors "cannot understand" how the coroner at the time stated that it was "absolutely essential" that the public had confidence in "the quality of care and support afforded to children cared for within the child protection system".


At the time she died, Manchester Social Services said it had done everything possible to keep Victoria safe.

In 2004, a 50-year-old man was cleared of her manslaughter, but admitted two offences of injecting her with heroin and was jailed.


After Victoria's death, GMP launched Operation Augusta, which subsequently identified at least 57 children "as potential victims" and up to 97 "persons of interest" involved in the crimes against them.

The report found the operation was ultimately "prematurely closed down... before it could complete its work", a decision that was driven by a desire to "remove the resources", rather than by having "a sound understanding that all lines of inquiry had been successfully completed or exhausted".

"The authorities knew that many [children] were being subjected to the most profound abuse and exploitation but did not protect them from the perpetrators," it said.


The report's authors, childcare expert Malcolm Newsam and former Det Supt Gary Ridgeway, considered a "sample" of cases from Operation Augusta and in each, found that they "cannot offer any assurance" that alleged offences were "appropriately addressed by either GMP or MCC".

They also found eight men identified in the investigation had gone on to commit serious sexual offences, including rapes of girls aged both under and over 16, after the operation was ended and that one suspect vehicle uncovered in the initial investigation was linked to a GMP officer, who was later dismissed from the force.


It said Victoria's family and the other exploited children must have their allegations "fully investigated" and the mayor, GMP and MCC must look at "how the people who appeared to present a risk to children in 2004 can now be brought to justice".

It concluded that "any future approach" needed to "address the exploitation of a significant number of children as recognised by Operation Augusta".

"Anything less would risk repeating the mistakes of the past and not give the survivors the justice they deserve," it added.


Former Det Insp Maggie Oliver, who resigned from her job over the way cases in Rochdale were handled by police, said senior officers in GMP had "betrayed the public" and tried to "bury the truth".

Ms Oliver said when she raised concerns at the time, she was met with "misogyny" and described as an "emotional woman" who was "too involved" with victims.

"Those children were just cast to the wind," she said.

"The question I would raise is: 'Why are these people not facing charges of misconduct in a public office? Where is the accountability?"

Apologising to "all those vulnerable children", Assistant Chief Constable Mabs Hussain said GMP "accepts that authorities fell short of doing all they could to protect and support the child victims of sexual exploitation identified".

"Children should be able to expect those responsible for their care will do all they can to keep them safe."






What the report is saying is that the police & the state services in Manchester can no longer protect children from abuse, rape, & murder.


If you are a parent with a young family in Manchester now is the time to be leaving the city for good. Your children can no longer be protected in that city. Protect your children & family. Leave Manchester and move to another area where you can guarantee your family security & stability.


Manchester: Paedophile Protectorate City.

Edited by Tetragrammaton

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And nearer Manchester, Chester, Ellesmere Port and Cheshire isn't as safe for children. The campaigner Tom Dobbie has created an interesting site.

And "We NEVER present things without evidence" is the claim which means the BBC etc won't go near!





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