A religious cult based upon Scientology has just sent me a cease and desist letter.
This cult sells magical cubes that allow people to access other dimensions for $20,000.
I'm going to share all 4 pages, including my own name because I fear for my personal safety.
Eric Pepin acquitted of sex charges
A Washington County Circuit judge called the leader of a metaphysical Internet sales company manipulative and controlling and his testimony unbelievable, even as he acquitted him Wednesday of charges that he had sex with an underage boy.
Judge Steven L. Price, after a five-day trial without a jury, found Eric James Pepin, 40, not guilty of two counts of second-degree sexual abuse, four counts of third-degree sexual abuse and one count of using a child in a display of sexually explicit conduct.
However, Price said it was "probable that the conduct alleged in all counts occurred," but he wasn't convinced beyond a reasonable doubt. "There's a lack of strong corroboration," such as a date-stamp on a videotape of the sexual encounter, the judge said.
Later in 2008
"Eric Pepin faced a civil lawsuit for sex-abuse charges in 2008, he settled the case for an undisclosed sum in August.
Also in 2008 Brooksby Kaempf filed suit against Pepin in Multnomah County Circuit Court seeking $61,138 in alleged unpaid legal fees.
Rather than pay the legal fee's, Eric Pepin filled for bankruptcy."
The Core Higher Balance Teaching levels
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Eric Pepin Sues The Internet for $4.47 million dollars
He lost but that didn't stop Eric Pepin's lapdog Eric Robinson from explaining to his followers that when you lose you really win.
Allegations of sexual grooming
Rijken says he came to Pepin with burning questions about the nature of good and evil. Pepin again took him to his bedroom, Rijken says, and described an ancient ritual that would allow Rijken to join Pepin’s inner circle and attain enlightenment in this lifetime. All he had to do, Rijken says, was masturbate in front of Pepin.
“He told me, ‘Never tell anyone what happens in this room.’ And he went on to say I should never get on his bad side,” Rijken says. “I felt very uncomfortable. I knew something was wrong.”
Rijken says he left immediately. When he returned the next day and said he didn’t want to join the inner circle, Pepin banished him, he says. No one else from Higher Balance would return his calls.
The Magnetic Pill Scam
Previously the magnetic pill was named magneurol-6-s. Owned and operated by the Higher Balance Institute, it promised magical powers should you invest hundreds of dollars in their vitamin pill. On the release of Mangneurol-s6 they made wild and wacky claims that you can achieve spiritual enlightenment by swallowing their pills. The claims where soon reported and 'REMCURE ENTERPRISES, INC.' was shut down and replaced with 'REMCURE ENTERPRISES, LLC'.
This time around having learned their lesson. The fictional abilities the magical pill was able to produce became more realistic. By realistic they simply explained how each vitamin works and how it's beneficial for you. You can achieve the exact same result for a 1/5th of the cost by buying some multivitamin pills and some cod liver oil.
If you stick to making digs at this guy, OP, only say stuff that's relative/your opinion (this guy is a jerk and a faggot and his product is for idiots), or stuff that is absolutely true. It looks like you might be making statements of fact that are provably false, in which case...expect to get sued.
There are a host of defenses against the UK Defemation Act 2013, including Honest Opinion. All you have to do is honestly believe what you wrote to be truthful, and show that it's a reasonable assumption.
The cease and desist letter is clearly one to scare you. Write them back and reply that if they choose the course of judicial court, you will be forced to sue for losses and harassment from pain and suffering caused by distress. State that you believe you are within your rights to profess your opinion of what you believe to be true.
Although, impersonation for actual people is illegal, though assuming fictional aliases is not. Also, IP addresses are shared and recycled among people in your area, it wont hold up in court, so long as you have proper defense.
Also, whatever you do, don't respond to their letter in any way unless you talk to an attorney first. That part where they demand you give them a written account is basically them asking you to make their case for them.
Hello, these people can only afford to mail default template letters such as the one you received. They can't afford to pursue legal action (mostly because they know they will lose). Asking you to remove content hosted on servers not under the jurisdiction of the country writing the letter is laughable.
This reminds me of that radio commercial in GTAV, where you pay higher and higher portions of money for levels of consciousness, only to be dupped out of a couple thousand in the end hahaha.
This. It's just a scare tactic.
Contact your service provider and ask if theyve given out any information, or if any requests have been made for your information. If not, it's just a scare tactic.
Anyway, write back and say you will sure for harassment and distress if the letters persist.
Higher Balance Institute - Journey Member
Once you realize that you'll need to spend thousands of dollars to reach enlightenment with the Higher Balance Institute system, you might start thinking it's one big scam created to part gullible people from their money. Don't worry though! Journey membership is here to help you manage your payments into easily monthly installments. The choice about what type of Navigator you will become comes down to three packages.
Nomad - $19 a month
Traveler - $79 a month
Ultimate Navigator - $249 a month
Obviously the Ultimate Navigator is the best class because unlike the other two, it involves Monthly Live Classes with the Master Eric Pepin. At $249 a month to spend an hour with the Master Eric Pepin, if that's not a bargain, then I don't know what is!
The EOS Project
'EOS project' was created as an at arms subsidiary of Higher Balance Institute. The aim of the EOS project is to bring in new members to them under the disguise of being a meditation community while distancing itself from Higher Balance Institute.
As the classes advance, the staff on the EOS project begin to push for members to take interest in Higher Balance Institute modules and books. The 'EOS Project' is a gateway into their parent company and the modules range from hundreds of dollars to thousands of dollars.
It is a fiendishly clever con but they are sheep in wolfs clothing and you are what is for dinner.
Q: Is there anything else I should know?
A: Yes, Eric teaching an audience is quite the experience. Eric walking down a beach late at night with you, lying down in a field staring up at the stars while listening to thousands of tree frogs, gazing across a camp fire with a warm glow lighting his face as he ponders, or Eric taking you by the hand as you walk together. And, what else can be life changing? Him, looking you in the eyes and touching your face and saying, “Do you understand now?”
HOLY FUCKING SHIT
IT'S LIKE SOMETHING FROM OK CUPID!
Eric Pepin used to live in Granada Hills, CA. His home resided on a small 5,355 sq plot of land worth $1,527,000. Thank fully Eric only rented the property to the sum of $5,500 a month.
Eric is currently looking for a new home in Santa Rose, CA.?
I just sent them a message on their site, saying we are anon. we are legion, etc
and that we request he cease intimidation and action against those exposing his ridiculous scams. Should be funny.
If that guy scammed a lawyer out of their legal fees by claiming bancrupcy NO lawyer in his right mind will help him sue you.
There is LOTS of potential in that letter.
Also "rewardclaims.co.uk" as legal support is kinda laughable.
If I was to ever spread information, I would do it carefully. If they ever obtained my contact information. Then it's by my posts on amazon reviews about his books.
I posted negative reviews on Amazon.
ISP handed over my information to a cult.
Im getting a cease and desist.
Yes, good plan.
Also, I just sent them a message on their site, saying we are anon. we are legion, etc and that we request he cease intimidation and action against those exposing his ridiculous scams. Also, that this is their first and only warning. Should be funny.
First off, negative reviews of products are protected against honest opinion. There could be no reprecaution to negatively reviewing a product. Also, IP addresses dont matter, at all. They are recycled, and if not secured, anyone can use it. Just say "opps forgot to activate WEP".
I would sue Amazon.
They aren't law enforcement. Amazon giving them your personal information is HIGHLY ILLEGAL.
I've seen threads like this before.
Amazon (and your ISP) is only allowed to give your information to police is you break the law.
If you don't sue Amazon, you're autistic as these people
You live in Bolton? You're not so far from me.
Keep us updated as this develops, /b/ro. I'm working towards dropping off the grid, for various reasons; if you're facing serious consequences just for spreading sourced, factual information, I'd gladly pursue these assholes using more physical means.
I believe that he was charged with being a child molester, but got off on some sort of technicality - the judge certainly thought he was most likely guilty.
Also, spam the shit out of his youtube video with comments saying he is a child molester.
I really hat dip-shits like this, they turn geometry of hyperspaces into a stupid buzzword. These idiots wouldn't understand a vector space with more than 3 dimensions if it came up and bit them in the ass.
There's nothing special to it, it's just linear algebra. Yet they insist to clog it with their bullshit.
I don't know much about UK laws, but in america almost everything the guy did would be legal
Especially if you insisted the the few comments you made that aren't pure opinion were simply lies that weren't mean to be taken seriously
But yeah fuck it dude just disappear
What's stopping you man
that's a good point. They'd have to prove the statements were false in court I'd imagine. Tell them you are willing to talk if they will hire a mediator of your choosing and fly you out to discuss the matter. Hell might as well take them for all they're worth. If they refuse you could use that to you advantage if they did sue as you took action to try and resolve the issue but they were unwilling to. If they agree you acquiesce and take a vacation on their dime.
They sell their spiritual warez online. So I'm more of a follower who took part in their groups rather than a shaved head cult follower.
Well If I end up getting sued, you know my name and home town. Chris banks, bolton.
Okay, this is what I sent to their 'contact' page:
We request that you cease and desist all intimidation and threats of legal action against those who are revealing the truth of your ridiculous scheme. Consider this your first and last warning.
We are Anonymous. We are Legion. We do not forgive. We do not forget. Expect us.
If they enjoy their precious R3 so much, they should be banished on a Plane denoted by the normal 0.01,-0.075,0.99 so that their shit rolls from their table all the time and they have to bend over to pick that damn pen up AGAIN AND AGAIN.
If they were selling products, you can see the customers shipping addresses you know. That's utterly stupid. Also, ISP fag here for the last 10 years - I know how police requests work and this shit is shady - approach virgin (I'm guessing idiot OP sent them an email from mail software on his machine so they ran through the mail headers) and ask them about the police requests process and ISO stands for protecting customer data - what ISO they're up to and as to what requests were made against you.
OP, just pick up a book on linear algebra if you have to go to court. If they claim you can get knowledge of how higher dimensions behave then you could do the following to disprove their claims:
>get a bunch of random people that believe in their product
>have them describe how hyperspaces behave in rigor
>use a textbook to disprove it
It's pretty simple.
>threatening legal action
>claimed bankruptcy to squirm out of paying legal fees
Yea, no. Some fucking secretary probably wrote that letter, nobody with half a brain would give these guys any form of legal assistance.
you have a case here OP. In law it is not defamation (as he actually states in the letter) if you truly believe your claims to be true. As long as you were being serious and not just trolling for your own amusement he has no legal basis for this. Furthermore the reason for sending this letter and not just surprising you with legal action is that he hopes to scare you into doing this for him, when he has no legal way of making it happen.
It may be impossible to convince people you truly believe him to be a child molester
Either way you need to begin preparing for a lengthy court battle. Get a damn good lawyer
There's always supper happy fun time - take it to the press. I hate the Daily Mail but going to them with the story going "I'm being harassed by a cult operating in the UK" and they'll go mental to find you page space
fuck me, i was trying to get my hands on some DMT when i first stumbled upon these fucks - that's the stuff they use to induce visions in participants... these people are dangerous if you let them near, they can however be easily impressed - dear eric, if you're still wondering where that package full of (bad) cocaine came from that ended up being picked up by customs in your post, search no more.(silkroad is your friend against such fucks)
Take a look at this OP: http://www.sott.net/article/150512-Internet-Free-Speech-Under-Threat-Eric-Pepin-Higher-Balance-Institute-Sue-QFG-for-4-47-Million-Over-SOTT-Forum-Comments you may find it interesting
Go play dress up with your mask from preteen megastore Hot Topic, and have a camp out on Wall Street because you don't understand debt.
The adults are talking.
PS: You didn't occupy shit
That being said beware of these fucks, they loom on all drug-related fora, they have ways of sweettalking younger people that are very elaborate and they seem to inoculate unsuspecting people with DMT in various fasions to get their way - i'd adocate retaiation, whatever the op's stupidity level might be for buying their bull
OP you need to talk to a lawyer and have him draft up a counter response stating that any further communications from the organization will be deemed harassment and that they are causing you personal anguish. Let them know that if they continue to harass you that you will be forced to file suit for damages.
They'll leave you alone after that.
You know that little check-box about "sharing information with 3rd parties"? Did you check it, or not? Does checking it mean they will share or won't?
And does a letter for information from a solicitor/lawyer just get ignored, or responded to?
And was it Amazon that gave them the into? And can it be proven in court? Responding to a letter from a legal firm could be seen as expediting a legal challenge to many, so I'm not counting it out.
I'm not saying its legal or illegal, or right or wrong, but the monkey earning peanuts who opens the letter/email could just hand over that info.
You weren't part of the original chanology. Although it made the news, those couple hours their websites were down did nothing.
An ISP is only allowed to give your personal information to police for an investigation. Amazon can only do the same, WHEN SOMEBODY IS BREAKING THE LAW. They can share accounts, especially when somebody doesn't pay or send something they sold.
But your home address?
OP: As others have said, this isn't a legal letter, it's more of a threatening request.
Do nothing - they can't even prove you received that letter unless you signed for it (Registered Post).
Fuck, well if they think they got you then legally they have something or they wouldn't send a threat. Be careful but get some fucking hard evidence of people being prayed upon and such. Otherwise this complete disgusting fuck may take you to court and win unfortunately.
What? No, this is completely false. The letter isn't based on law, and it hasn't come from a lawyer. It's come from "Reward Claims" who operate out of a fucking hotmail account.
>implying this guy is the fucking problem here
Even if some cunt did decide to start harassing him then the media would make a big deal out of it and he could just blame it on the scientology people.
>Chris banks goes to court
>anons engagement is brought to trial with Chris banks vs pepin
>pepin forced to concede he is also being attacked by anonymous
>chris banks claims he was hacked by anonymous and they used magic cube dimensional technology to frame him
>chris banks is found innocent
>pepin sues the Internet again
>pepin jimmies status becomes interdimensionally russled
>They'd have to prove the statements were false in court I'd imagine.
no that's not how UK law works with libel
the person making the claims has to establish the fact that they are true claims
so OP has to prove Eric is a child molester, in court
we went on the internet and copied this letter and changed parts it told us to change to your name. We have no legal recourse, you have 7 days
seems real professional
Suing for libel is expensive - it costs £50k to raise a case in the courts here. The company appears to be broke. It's unlikely they'll do anything more than send this letter - which I doubt was sent as registered mail even - and was written by a company operating out of a hotmail account
ISPs are well known for giving out names and addresses from an IP, after recieving a letter from media company lawyers accusing that IP of illegally downloading. In those cases they gave out the info.
In this case, that IP address is being accused of defamation (illegal under UK law) and appear to have given out the name and address.
It can happen, and does happen. And all before the police/courts are officially involved.
Again, I'm not saying its right, but it DOES happen.
OP - Legalfag here.
This letter is utter rubbish, obvious scare tactic. The company that have sent you the letter will send a letter to anyone saying anything so long as the threatening party is paying. They include no reference, therefore you cannot respond correctly. They cannot contact family/neighbours/anyone other than yourself.
I suggest keeping the letter in a safe place. You may receive another letter that will be very similar to this one but trust me, they are powerless.
As a general point to all the amerifags commenting, English law is MUCH stricter with libel than in America where you have much more of a free reign to say what you want about people. don't expect the English law situation to be the same as the US situation
They don't have a leg to stand on.
>It's a standard letter
>With standard threats
>A time scale that is unreasonable if they believed in they stood a chance in a court.
Also check out the legal company they've used
They don't even have a finished website and they focus on "Personal Injury". A reputable firm would be named after the partners, not some vague wishy-washy nonsense. Odds are they are very, very cheap.
Which is BREAKING THE LAW. Libel is a civil matter, and not big enough to involve police.
>send them letter back
>I believe my wife, Brooksby Kaempf has different ideas on how to handle this now that Mr Pepin is no longer bankrupt and can afford a legal battle once again.
do everything here but the last thing. just ignore them you obviously scared someone enough for them to call the retards "reward claims," which doesn't even bother to fake being a law firm. if they file something get a lawyer but until then feel free to spout anything you know to be true.
"Honest opinion" is extremely fluffy and hasn't been tested in court. The company could easily demonstrate serious financial loss.
If it ends up in court (which it won't for reasons I've stated earlier in this thread), OP has already lost, due to the cost of defence.
But, because the company is broke as fuck, it's not going to court, so we're not going to see the Act tested sadly.
See slightly above. If OP has to try and defend this in court using "honest opinion", he will both lose and be in the shit for court/lawyer fees. Best to avoid getting to court in the first place.
>If it ends up in court (which it won't for reasons I've stated earlier in this thread), OP has already lost, due to the cost of defense.
Or you could do this (>>551721905) in a definitive way to prove fraud.
well i don't know much about "englad" but if he were to be sued by a good lawyer it would be under american law.
the alleged "harm" was felt in america. his target is an american company and he intentionally caused the harm to that american company with the knowledge that its effect and harm would be felt in america
I'd never heard of the organization or Eric Pepin before this thread. I just bought Ignighting the Sixth Sense for the lulz.
I like seeing "conmen" make it big. It gives me hope for future success on similar scale.
Ultimately everything is worth what the buyer will pay.
Interesting point. IIRC though, they don't have to prequalify the case to drag OP in to court. They may lose, but they'll still cost OP the defence costs which aren't often reimbursed in libel cases.
ISP fag here once more. I can't go into specifics but let me tell you how it works.
1) Police go - "Hi we believe this is a problem or whatever, we need information based on (scale of urgency)."
2) I'm not even going to touch upon security clearance shit about people who handle this, but you can expect its high up
3) EVERYTHING is recorded, EVERYTHING is documented, EVERY-FUCKING-THING. An ISP will NOT give out customer details to a 3rd party even in the case of copyright infringement because it must have a legal request before it that's been through the cops or the courts. No other way. No tin foil theories, there's no secret deal with Miramax/WB or whoever to see who is downloading what.
What you're implying is that someone contacted Virgin who ponied up the information without this and that's as serious as it gets. Virgin would be hauled over the coals to a level you cannot possibly comprehend. Euro law gets brought up, and a shit storm would be so huge people would lose jobs when you're looking at Security and Compliance. That is what you're implying.
This whole thing is shady (as if it wasn't obvious) and I think OP really needs to talk to Virgin and say the magic phrases:
1) "I want to know who requested this information and in accordance to policies it must be written against my account so I want to know when and who by"
2) "I wish to escalate this to a manager" (as soon as you say escalate they have to hand over and if not, state you want a written explanation as to why "for your records"
3) Get every time and date and person behind the request in writing
And then the real fun begins.
It's amazing how people believe bald-face assertions as though they were fact.
That's why you immediately threaten to counter sue for harassment and damages from personal distress. OP you need to say that being harassed has turned you into a porn loving pervert and you can no longer go an hour without masturbating to bestiality porn because of it.
Well you see how legal bullshit can put the shits up a skim-reading caffeine addict like myself. There's plenty better advice than this here, I thought maybe it might get trolled and I hate people manipulating others to part with their money for bullshit like Scientology. Especially when there are nice people giving away courses like this all over the net for FREE! magick.me for example.
>but there's no way I can suggest OP should continue poking this particular nest of wasps
I understand what you mean from a rational point of view. But as a mathematician I think they rightly deserve downfall.
Lets look at his lawyers
So an American employs a sole trader with a 2-year web domain to act on his behalf in an international libel trial?
One question OP. Did you actually do the stuff the lawyer claims? And who did you tell? Could they have derived you were the one from comments you made to members or on their website?
>scambuster with aa419, scamwarners and 419eater.com here
You obviously didn't read his post.
ISPs WON'T give out personal information unless it comes from police looking into a criminal matter.
Everybody KNOWS this-you think you're trolling.
This isn't what trolling is.
i will post this link for the third fucking time
all you have to show is that you believed them to be true
In fact all you have to do is say that, and they have to prove you didn't believe it
this does raise another idea
>keep doing it
>what letter? i never got a letter. whot he fuck are you?
works for collections, figure itd have the same effect here where they have to re-notify you before anything else.
...I posted before him. I was wrong - hence why I'm deferring to him. Not trolling. Calm your nips.
i dont even think it was from a lawyer, its from "Reward Claims" like he hired some shitty credit card rewards department to send out an offical looking letter. Plus the signature is a single line. Nah, this is not legit.
So the Rewards Litigation guy has history of being a crook. Interesting
>sells magical cubes that allow people to access other dimensions for $20,000
How can someone be smart enough to have accrued $20,000 and yet stupid enough to spend it on magic cubes? Do these people solely target people who have trust funds or won the lottery?
Who makes up their client base?
Off the "lawyer's" website
We are compensation specialists with many years of experience in dealing with personal injury claims. Our dedicated personal injury lawyersexperts have dealt with claims ranging from minor whiplash injuries to injuries of the utmost severity and have a depth of knowledge across our range of services.
>So, not even lawyers, then
I have the same ISP and I'm fucking mad - they're only allowed to hand your IP to the police. Complain and threaten to sue. The UK is pretty strict about these things, do tell that Erwin pedo americunt to go fuck himself
What should be done...
Don't send pizzas, or boxes, or Qurans-you guys have to stop thinking like 12 year olds. Those tactics do nothing, and you all look like asperger-meisters for suggesting it.
I am a writer.
I've done this before on 4chan:
I can provide a link to insider email addresses of ALL national TV, radio and newspapers in the US.
Then, you use these email addresses, talk about his scam, and his babyraping in your emails.
Story goes national (Bin Cat; The Romanian puppy killer-me) and he is defamed, loses followers and money
The SRA might like to know that this "intervention"-ed guy is still practicing pseudo-law in this way, too - since they banned him.
I don't know the ins and outs of that well enough, but the SRA site appears to be a "Stop your shit" order.
Will they sue every one of the youtube comments flooding their video right now?
Further to the previous:
Search "REWARD" on this page. The company has a history of harassment without legal grounds.
Media might be interested. Not sure.
We've just found out this thing is highly shady and probably illegal to a level which shocks me. Raiding is one thing, but should anyone be inclined to (and for the record I'm not encouraging, this is my own free opinion of matters should others decide to do things under their own responsibility), I would report to virgin, report to national media, and then go to absolute town.
This man gets it. He gets this shit.
has no one checked out the address
of this company ?
its a house lol
Here's a good start:
Allows you to send a press release to various news outlets. You have to be professional and concise (often under 500 word) and provide an email address.
If they are interested in covering your story, they will contact you. If enough people contact THEM, they will be interested:
Also OP, if you need us to do anything, please do tell.
I'm almost tempted to dedicate a website to him. The guy obviously is a megalomaniac, so throwing shit at him and hoping it sticks would be great fun.
Goddamn this kinda makes me think of Outlast whistleblower. OP is trying to expose the truth and these guys are trying to stop him. We gotta help OP. EVERYBODY! spread all the evidence against the cult in this thread on every media site possible. Share OP's story. Lets shut these guys dow.
it IS breaking the law but in case of downloading for example they make it legal by saying "but look: he's got 120TB of illegally downloaded trap films from Brazil"
unfortunately, no-one will give a shit how they got the information at the first place
Been in the exact same situation OP. Keep doing what you want. Because at some point they will have to prove what they are selling works. If they cant prove it, you talking trash about it is ok. The guy is a criminal and wont go all the way to court to fight it. Its a scare tactic.
ISP fag once again here.We don't care if you fell for this shit. We don't care if you forked over cash. We care about these assholes not doing it to anyone else because if they can get away with it once, they'll get away with it again.
Any reputable lawyer would have signed his name and noted an affiliation with a FIRM.
>Mark took the time to print out a bunch of bullshit that looks legitimate yet lacks any credibility.
No problem bro. Like I said, this is how both BinCat in the UK and The Romanian puppy thrower made it into the national news-using these links, posted on 4chan-probably a bunch of other stories-I'm not that active on here anymore
I would also alleged that this guy running the cult is looking to recruit "young boys" as that is what his sex crime was.
I post this shit so often I'm almost certain that I'm on a watchlist. Noticed several of my posts in various places being slid/deleted.
But I'll be off the grid by Christmas. Good luck to them keeping tags on me in the forest.
Got them off 4chan and 7chan a while back. As far as I can tell, they're all legit.
A dog that's all bark and no bite isn't much good in a fight.
>OP start a new thread, and I'll provide a short press release that can be used to send to these:
And get the story of this company sending threatening letters to those who try to leave their cult, and trying to recruit young boys-which is troublesome based on Eric Pepin's past sex-crimes
You gotta be kidding me. You think that number will lead you to his phone? Do you even professional?
I have seen them before on some random library in darknet. Probably the source they came from. They are fun to read.
I was faster than I thought:
>Eric Pepin, founder of the “Higher Balance Institute” is not pleased by those looking to leave his flock. Known for sending threatening letters to those he feels have either left, or disagreed with his views, a troubling trend has emerged. Pepin has long been accused of using his “guru status” to prey on young boys, for which he was brought to trial for in 2007. Although acquitted, Pepin has moved on to a new tactic-intimidation in the form of threatening letters sent to the homes of abdicators, using personal information illegal obtained.
Then provide an email address so they can contact you for more information.
email addresses on there.
Well, I'm not much good with computers, so I don't know how to get past my ISP's blockers (DNS defaults can't be overridden). But until a couple of years ago, this shit was posted all over the chans. Got this one off 7chan; got the next off nuchan. Could probably search the authors if you wanted, but I'm guessing they're all based on the Anarchist Cookbook anyway.
I think there's something coming. Something big. The American government has been reported to be preparing for martial law for the last decade, whereas the British government is preparing to stop army involvement in disasters (a friend broke the law to tell me this), my guess being to the end of only protecting their own assets while abandoning the public. Call it paranoia, call it pessimism, call it truth; whatever. Point is, it would be irresponsible of me to approach this unarmed. So I saved and resaved these images, and committed them to memory, in case they become of use one day.