Letzgo Hunting – 16/52 Ways to Stop Pedophiles
In January, six British parents schemed to snare pedophiles. (The group may be larger. It may be smaller. They may not all be parents. They are not up front about such details.)
Men who believe they have sexually seduced an underage girl online, and make a date to meet their new sweetie in person, are greeted by these vigilantes with a camera crew. The police are concerned by the success of the group who strive under the name of Letzgo Hunting.
One vigilante leader, aka Scumm Buster, told the Daily Express newspaper, “It’s amazing to watch their faces drop as they realize they are not meeting who they thought they were.”
The ease with which the hunters have been bagging, then publicly shaming, their prey has led to at least seven arrests. The self-appointed crusaders have posted some interesting online messages exposing the pedophiles. Documenting their work has provided provocative YouTube videos.
It seems Letzgo Hunting has also caused some red faces among law enforcement officers. The vigilantes have been warned against such unofficial work.
Why not put them on payroll, and let them continue their mission. They’ve had notable success in a short time and claim to have evidence naming 35 other sex offenders.
35 more? That’s dedication. That’s admirable action. That’s an indication there are a lot of pedophiles looking for sex online. We can’t have so many dangerous, stupid rapists and child porn creators running amuck.
Is it so easy to entice a child? Have these perves had trouble-free experiences with other kids? Is this a game they have played so often that they no longer imagine being caught? Yes, yes, and yes.
A few concerned people didn’t accept this answer. They organized. They developed sophisticated plans. They’ve worked to turn the problem around. They’ve taken a significant risk to make a serious change in their community.
Good on them. Is Letzgo Hunting open for international membership?