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EXPOSE PAEDOPHILES AND CRIMINALS WITHOUT RISK
In 2011, Melbourne broadcaster Derryn Hinch was sentenced to five months strict home detention for having the temerity to publicly name a scumbag paedophile and warn the general public about him. In 2013, Hinch was again punished with a $100,000 fine for breaching a suppression order in regard to the scumbag who murdered beautiful TV presenter Jill Meagher.
In the past, Hinch had served time in jail for naming notorious paedophile priest Michael Glennon. Hotheads salutes Hinch for his guts and bravery for performing this valuable public service and highlighting what an utter ass the law can be. However, Hinch could have done all that without risking any prosecution, especially these days with the power of the Internet at his disposal.
For Hinch and anybody else who wants to avoid risking imprisonment for violating court suppression orders and naming paedophiles, criminals or anybody else, there is a way to do this. There may be laws in Australia that make it a criminal offence to name paedophiles whose identities are suppressed by court order, but there is no law that prohibits a person from naming a place where the details of such paedophiles is available to everybody.
HERE IS HOW TO BEAT COURT SUPPRESSION ORDERS
The trick to this is to put the suppressed information out of the jurisdiction of Australian law and cover your connection to it completely. With the Internet, this is easy. Follow these tips and you should be able to expose and shame paedophiles and other scumbags to the whole world without any fear of being prosecuted or jailed.
- When setting up any overseas facilities to carry out these exposés, use a proxy server or the Tor browser that will completely hide your tracks on the Internet.
- Open a free overseas webmail account, such as Hotmail or Gmail using completely bogus information, so that none of the details can be traced back to you.
- Register a domain name in a nation that is completely out of Australian jurisdiction - China, Russia, Brazil - there are many nations that will do this. Something like www.aussiepaedophiles.com.ru would do the trick. Use your free webmail account and your bogus details for any communications to the website registrar. If you are worried about doing this yourself, get an overseas friend immune to Australian jurisdiction to register it for you. But there are also offshore companies that offer completely anonymous domain registration, so that anybody seeking to find out the owners of domains is completely stymied.
- Set up a website using that URL on an offshore server that is completely out of Australian jurisdiction - again China and Russia are suitable. There are various overseas web hosting companies that offer anonymous hosting of websites and refuse to reveal who operates them and refuse to take them down, as court orders from Australia are meaningless and unenforceable to them.
- Make sure that no payments for domain registration or web hosting can be traced back to you. If you want to run the anonymous offshore website yourself, pay the annual fees by an untraceable method, such as Western Union, Moneygram, Netpay, Bitcoin or other methods. The Internet has much information on how to set up an anonymous untraceable payment service.
- Access and update the website with the information you desire using an anonymous proxy server that will completely cover your tracks on the Internet. Once you log into the anonymous proxy server, that's about as far as Australian authorities can trace your activities. So you can edit the website in complete safety and anonymity. The other way to do this is to set up a Virtual Private Network (VPN) that will stymie anybody who wants to track your Internet movements.
- Just ensure that your computer does not have any malware, such as a keylogger, that can send your activity to police and government. It's not hard to inoculate a computer against snooping by authorities.
- If you want an offshore friend to operate and update that offshore website, you have to be able to get information to him without trace. There is an excellent way to do this that is known as the Email Dead Drop. Here is how to organise it.
- Open a webmail account at one of the many free webmail services, preferably not anything in Australian, British or US jurisdiction. There are many of these in China, Russia and some third world nations. Or even use an email account attached to your offshore website. But NEVER ever send any emails to that offshore friend that mention paedophiles or anything connected with that website. Give your friend the username and password so he can log into that email account.
- When you want to leave instructions for your offshore friend, log into the webmail account. Write your instructions in an email but DO NOT send it. Save it as a draft in the Draft folder. You can even encrypt it using any of the really good free encryption programs, giving only your offshore friend the decryption key.
- You can send your offshore friend an innocuous email to his regular email account with a code word that will indicate that he should log into that webmail dead drop account.
- When your offshore friend logs into that email account, he will see the message stored in the Drafts folder. He can read it and follow the instructions and update the website with the details and then delete the draft. He can also do the same for you - write a message, save it as a draft and when you log into that account, you can read it and then delete it. The beauty of this is that no emails are actually transmitted, so no emails can be intercepted, copied or used as evidence against you.
- Providing that your username and password are not compromised and you access the account through an anonymous proxy server or a VPN, nobody will be the wiser and there will be not a shred of evidence to connect you to that website or the data on it. Without hard evidence, you cannot be prosecuted.
- Once you or your offshore friend have placed the names and other details of paedophiles on that offshore website, all you have to do to publicise it is to mention the link (URL) of that website. It is not illegal to mention a link if you are not actually naming the paedophiles who are subject to suppression orders. You can even place that link on your own website without fear. You can even parade up and down in front of the courthouse with a big banner with the link on it and nobody can touch you legally, because you are not actually naming those paedophiles. And that is how you prove to the world that the law is an ass and you can achieve your aims in complete safety with no risk of prosecution.
ELIMINATING THE RISK OF DATA ON YOUR COMPUTER
The one thing that the authorities in Australia can do is to seize your computer in order to try and find incriminating evidence that will link you to that offshore website. However, there are some steps that you can take to completely eliminate the risk of this. This is what you should do to completely inoculate yourself against prosecution.
- Always delete your browsing history and cookies from your browser at every opportunity to remove all traces of your websurfing. If you are using Internet Explorer 9, you can select "InPrivate Browsing" from the Tools menu and no cookies or websurfing tracks will be stored on your computer.
- Set your operating system to not cache external hard disks or devices. That way, there will be no temporary files left on your computer when you remove those devices.
- Use a program such as Eraser to permanently delete sensitive files so that they are completely unrecoverable by any means. Eraser is free and can be obtained from the Eraser website.
- Never keep any incriminating files to your computer, but always store them on removable media, such as a flash RAM card. Edit them directly on the removable media.
- Obtain a microSD flash RAM card and USB adaptor. The microSD card is smaller than a thumbnail, yet it can hold up to a whopping 64GB of data depending on the model.
Kingmax 64GB microSD card - actual size
- Use the microSD card to store and edit all sensitive data. Never keep it plugged into your computer unless you are actually using it. As soon as you have finished your work, immediately remove the microSD card from your computer and hide it somewhere safe where nobody will find it. A microSD card is so small that it would be literally impossible for authorities to find it if an inventive hiding place is used. It can be placed into the middle of a cream biscuit, under a band-aid or even in a hollow coin made for that purpose.
Hollow coin to hide a microSD card
- If you get the dreaded knock on the door and the authorities show up with a search warrant, just pull the plug on your computer instantly. That will immediately clear everything in the onboard RAM and if you have caching switched off, there will not be any incriminating data left on the hard disk drive. Of course there is the sensitive data on the microSD card, but if you have not had a chance to hide it securely, it is so small that it can be immediately chewed up and swallowed on the spot, permanently eradicating any incriminating evidence.
THE SECRET IS TO ERADICATE ALL EVIDENCE AGAINST YOU
No court can ever convict you without hard evidence. If there is nothing linking you to that offshore paedophile-exposing website, no email traffic with those details to your offshore friend who is operating that website on your behalf, no incriminating evidence on your computer and the authorities not being able to get their hands on your removable device such as that microSD card, then you can't be prosecuted.
Of course it goes without saying that you should never make any statements or admissions to authorities. Whatever questions they ask, just tell them that you will not make any statements without your lawyer present and even if the lawyer is present, don't answer any questions. You are not required to assist authorities to prosecute you. Give them nothing and never be intimidated by them. Apart from stating your name and address, there are only two words that you need to say to police - NO COMMENT.
There is also another very good ploy to use if you are questioned by police. In 2011, Justice Stephen Kaye of the Victorian Supreme Court made the following ruling:
- “It is an ancient principle of the Common Law that a person not under arrest has no obligation to stop for police, or answer their questions. And there is no statute that removes that right. The conferring of such a power on a police officer would be a substantial detraction from the fundamental freedoms which have been guaranteed to the citizen by the Common Law for centuries.”
Judge Stephen Kaye – Melbourne Supreme Court ruling 25 November 2011
What is very sad is that Justice Stephen Kaye was the judge who imposed the $100,000 fine on Derryn Hinch, something that Hotheads considers to be a complete miscarriage of justice and our opinion of Kaye has been substantially lowered.
So if you are confronted by police who want to question you, all you have to do is to merely ask, "Am I under arrest?" If the cops say "No", then you are free to just walk away. If the cops then try to detain you, read them that ruling by Judge Kaye and tell them in no uncertain terms that you have the legal right to go about your business without dealing with them and if they try and stop you from doing so, you will take civil legal action against them for illegal detention.
SUPPRESSION ORDERS SHOULD NOT BE PERMITTED
The laws and suppression orders that protect those paedophiles and other criminal grubs are ludicrous and should be repealed. However, until this is done, people who are concerned about child molesters and serial rapists being allowed to freely prowl through the community and have the opportunity to stalk and molest more kids should expose them and their whereabouts at every opportunity, but need to protect themselves against those stupid laws.
Hotheads believes that there is no cure for paedophiles and other sexual predators. Virtually all convicted paedophiles get out of jail and molest more children. Most rapists get out of jail and rape again. There is only one cure for paedophilia and other sex crimes and that is execution. Unfortunately, Australia prefers to let these predators roam the streets and continue to perpetrate their evil crimes, so the concerned public have to take matters into their own hands. Derryn Hinch has done this and paid the penalty for trying to protect people from these bastards.
But the methods outlined here can completely negate the stupid laws that protect paedophiles and sexual predators at the expense of their victims and also protect the brave people such as Hinch from prosecution.