10-26-2007, 04:33 PM #1
Netherlands - Pro-Pediphilia Group Posts Photos Of Dutch Royal Children
I wish they took actions for all the innocent kids on there, not just royalty kids.
THE HAGUE, Netherlands — A pro-pedophilia group has posted photos of 3-year-old Princess Amalia, daughter of the heir to the Dutch throne, on its Web site, a government spokesman said Friday.
The site of Martijn, a group that says it lobbies for acceptance of consensual physical relationships between adults and children, also showed pictures of Crown Prince Willem-Alexander's 5-year-old nephew Lucas.
One photo of Princess Amalia was on the site until the Government Information Service ordered it removed Thursday night, said royal house spokesman Chris Breedveld.
Another reportedly was still on a members-only section of the site on Friday, Breedveld added.
Lawyers for the royal house have issued a summons ordering the Web site's controllers to remove pictures of the royal children or face a US$72,000 fine for each infringement.
The site's controllers must also sign a declaration acknowledging that what they did was unlawful, Breedveld said. If they refuse, the royal house will seek an injunction on Monday. more at link
10-28-2007, 11:40 PM #2
I have a question about this. Not these Royal children, but everyone's children. After seeing an article on some depraved monster and his thousands of images of young children both pornographic and not pornographic I wanted to vomit. Nobody is safe. An innocent photograph posted anywhere on the internet of say a family gathering or your little one on a birthday can get snatched up and posted on sites that obviously know these guys are freaks. How, how is this legal? Plus, I know law enforcement has their hands full, but with a little research within an hour just by information these perverts put out you see they are convicted sex offenders. It just goes to prove they can't help themselves. Their compulsion is just so strong they take the chance of right out in the open posting their sick, twisted, freakaziod fantasies and then share them. They got this sharing thing these creeps. How is this legal? How is any of it legal? They need to be locked the heck up. No second chance. No bail. No nothing. These Royals of course got action, but think of people from a lower socio-economic background trying to get help. Sorry, this just really works my last nerve. NO, there's nothing right, morally, legally or otherwise about this adults promoting child/adult love. No, no, no! Sickening.
10-29-2007, 08:46 AM #3Former Member
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10-29-2007, 09:04 AM #4
I've also been wondering about this. Part of the problem has to be that the children on the porn sites are unidentified. Where do you start? If you or anyone can identify someone, they should alert that someone and take action from there. Sometimes the laws just suck.
10-29-2007, 06:56 PM #5Former Member
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You have to be careful posting pictures of your children anywhere on the internet. With photoshop it's so easy to morph bodies onto the head of any child. Scary to think that your son or daughter could be some pedophile fantasy simply because you post pix of your family on a website.
10-29-2007, 11:07 PM #6
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