Comment on Pokémon Collector Cuts Off Little Girl’s Clothes to Catch ‘Em by Anonymous:

Police are pedos busting their psychological brethren on behalf of the fucked up, corrupt state.
Just read any newspaper article about a loli bust, these bastards get paid to look at loli porn and then instead of saying thank you, they turn around and charge the person with a crime because they got to look at it from that person’s stash.
Lowest of the low, scum of the earth people. They don’t go after the actual producer. They don’t go after violent criminals, they look at loli porn all day in an attempt to entrap a pervert. Here is an example:

http://www.wiba.com/cc-common/news/sections/newsarticle.html?feed=118857&article=8662526

Americans are hypocritical shit.


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