Below we see what is simply these few decades of far-right wing, global banking 1% CLINTON/BUSH/OBAMA march towards US AS FAILED NATION/STATE-----where 5% freemason/Greek players as FAKE religious leaders have corrupted all our 99% of WE THE PEOPLE religions---Muslim, Catholic, Protestant, Jewish, Hindi-Buddhist. Global banking 1% in MOVING FORWARD ONE WORLD ONE GOVERNANCE ----killing all these religions heading for 3000BC HINDI-BRAHMIN.
When I make a police complaint about illegal surveillance inside my apartment-----at public toilets ---and a response of disbelief comes from those required to take these concerns seriously----these are the stats I will use in lawsuits to show the ever-growing CIVILIZED PORNOGRAPHY effect of far-right wing neo-liberal think tanks feeling our US 99% WE THE PEOPLE have no right to societal morals and ethics-----values keeping global corporate pornography and prostitution at bay.
'Southern Baptist Convention: More than 200 ministers, deacons and others have been found guilty of sex abuse, report says
A total of about 380 Southern Baptist leaders and volunteers have faced allegations of sexual misconduct, a newspaper investigation found'.
Our US 99% OF WE THE PEOPLE are not losing their religion---not losing those AGE OF ENLIGHTENMENT humanist philosophic political structures of MORALS, ETHICS, RULE OF LAW, GOD'S NATURAL LAW----it is only a very small global banking 5% freemason/Greek players to include NOSY NEIGHBOR AND THE GANG.
'DEPRAVITY OF MIND
An aggravating circumstance of murder in the first degree is where the murder involved depravity of mind.
The condition of mind described as depravity of mind is characterized by an inherent deficiency of moral sense and integrity. It consists of evil, corrupt and perverted intent which is devoid of regard for human dignity and which is indifferent to human life. It is a state of mind outrageously horrible or inhuman'.
DEPRAVITY OF MIND as regards my DEPOSITION tied to NOSY NEIGHBOR AND THE GANG----illegal surveillance and pornography will take from a long history of psycho-sexual crimes and the tools used by courts to assess when crimes become DEPRAVITY OF MIND. Just a few examples of crimes with a history of this designation-----WW2-HITLER NAZI abuses start with identifying and singling out one population then another; then segregating into ghetto; then creating labor camps; followed by concentration camps; ending with death camps. What starts as ordinary war footprint turns to crimes against humanity in stages------the final stages being deemed DEPRAVITY OF MIND by International Criminal Courts. In this case a DEPRAVITY STANDARD was developed for legal prosecution.
Another example of DEPRAVITY OF MIND also with COURT STANDARDS in legally assessing is SERIAL KILLERS. First, that killer kidnaps a victim; then killer imprisons that victim; then killer tortures in some way that victim often in DEPRAVED WAYS; ending with death of victim. In cases of murder, this is the STANDARD MEASURE OF DEPRAVITY.
In my case, NOSY NEIGHBOR AND THE GANG using illegal surveillance with camera and microphone creating continuous video of my living space and all my actions and conversation start with profiting from video sold as HOW PEOPLE IN WESTERN NATIONS LIVE for example showing only video feed of victims walking through their home----showing them cooking, cleaning, taking care of children. Then these video start bringing profit by revealing what is called SOFT PORN where victim is captured in various stages of undress---skin porn. Then the progression goes to HARD PORN as victim is captured on video during sexual acts. Then we have final stages where victim is shown on video doing what US 99% of citizens and our US history call DISTASTEFUL------DEVIANT---DEPRAVED porn-----that is DEFECATION PORN------
'The original version of this story was titled "Why Is the Guy Who Made 2 Girls 1 Cup Going to Jail?"
Ira Isaacs, the "guy" in question, did not produce 2 Girls 1 Cup. He did, however, make scat porn, which has landed him a jail sentence for obscenity.
For a lot of you reading this, it may seem a bit strange that the production of a video where people poo on each other can be deemed illegal, let alone worthy of four years in jail. Who was hurt? There’s nothing in any of the Department of Justice reports that say these girls were being filmed against their will, so who cares? Apparently, Ira’s case was initiated by the Department of Justice’s “Obscenity Prosecution Task Force,” (OPTF for short)'
I include this as a last category of illegal porn images captured by NOSY NEIGHBOR AND THE GANG with intent to profit as well as to use in psycho-sexual warfare in intimidation/humiliation/character assassination.
(redirected from Scat porn)
Also found in: Dictionary.coprophilia [kop″ro-fil´e-ah]
an absorbing interest in feces or filth, particularly a paraphilia in which sexual arousal or activity is linked to feces'.
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What we’re doing: An overview
The Depravity Standard research addresses arbitrariness in criminal sentencing by operationalizing an evidence-driven distinction for legal terms such as “heinous,” “atrocious,” “evil” and “depraved.”
The research will ultimately develop a classification reference to inform sentencing decisions and release determinations based upon the components that make certain crimes more severe than others. The Depravity Standard’s focus on evidence of intent, actions, victimology and attitude promote guidelines that are racially and socio-culturally blind, consistently applied across jurisdictions, and easy for judges, jurors, and other justice officials to apply.
Large-scale public participation in the Depravity Standard surveys helps to establish consensus, across various demographics, of what intent, action, victimology and attitude items make a crime depraved, and how depraved each item is. The Depravity Standard will ultimately reflect a foundation of public opinion. As such, it is the first forensic science or justice project ever developed in which society (and future jurors, victims, and defendants) collectively shapes future criminal sentencing. Data from the public input to the Depravity Standard converges with data mined from hundreds of adjudicated cases to establish statistical thresholds for low, medium, and high depravity crime.
Why we're doing it: Our Mission
Many states rely on “aggravating factors” that escalate sentencing once a defendant is found guilty. One such factor is the depravity of the crime. A defendant found guilty of an especially depraved, heinous, atrocious, cruel, inhuman, or vile crime may have years added to their sentence, or be sentenced to the death penalty. However, while descriptors likes “evil,” “heinous” and “depraved” have been upheld as constitutional, there is no standardized, consistent, clear definition for the terms.
Current specifications within the United States, established in higher court decisions and applied by lower courts, vary from state to state, or even between courts in the same state. With ill-defined instructions, judges and jurors have little direction as to what makes a crime “depraved” and are forced to rely on subjective, often emotion-driven, court-arguments. In certain instances, these potentially uninformed decisions, which are then vulnerable to bias, can mean the difference between life and death.
Our research, which is grounded in higher-court decisions, refined by public opinion, and validated with actual large-scale case sampling, will operationalize an evidence-focused Depravity Standard to assist judges and juries. The instrument will measure specific intents, actions, victimology, and attitudes of criminal activity – the “what” of a crime, as opposed to the “who” or the “why.” In distinguishing depraved aspects of a crime’s fact pattern, sentences applied due to a depravity-based aggravating factor will be done so without relying on arbitrary subjective opinion, but specific criteria.
The Depravity Standard instrument will only be used as a guideline to aid the trier of fact in assessing evidence relevant to its sentencing decisions on questions of depravity – a decision made by the judge and juror and not by a Depravity Standard.
The U.S. Supreme Court has promoted the need for guidance to assist the trier of fact in matters of jury inexperience. The Depravity Standard and its research accomplishes exactly that mission.
Among other applications, The Depravity Standard will also assist parole boards and other corrections agencies charged with classifying crimes by severity in order to inform early release decisions. Evidence-based release decisions, promote fairness and limit bias in efforts to relieve prison overcrowding.
How we’re doing it: A multiphase process
In Furman v. Georgia (1972), the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the death penalty could be reserved only for a narrowed class of defendants, and that narrowed class could not be arbitrarily defined. In response to the Court’s ruling in Furman, states created laws that distinguished potential mitigating and aggravating factors (including the already-in-use “heinous,” “atrocious,” and “cruel” distinctions) in cases being considered for capital sentences.
In Gregg v. Georgia (1976), the Court upheld the use of the “heinous, atrocious and cruel” aggravator as constitutional. The same decision, however, acknowledged the jury’s burden to weigh factors despite a lack of expertise, and noted that this quandary could be alleviated with guidance regarding the factors about the crime and the defendant that “society deems relevant.”
Additionally, in Walton v. Arizona (1990), the Court clarified that aggravating factors need to be identified through objective circumstances.
The Depravity Standard research objectives have been developed in order to fashion an instrument that assists jurors, while emphasizing details and objective circumstances over impressionism, and fairness over arbitrariness, as mandated by the courts in Furman, Gregg, and Walton.
Laying the foundation
In 1998, psychiatrist and lead researcher Michael Welner, M.D. reviewed over 100 appellate court decisions where jury findings of “heinous” or “depraved” were challenged and upheld and reversed. Through this review, he identified details of perpetrators’ intents, actions, and attitudes that inspired these decisions, and distilled those details down to common features. The features were then organized in accordance with psychiatric diagnostic constructs; specifically, antisocial personality, psychopathy, malignant narcissism, antisocial-by-proxy, sadism, and necrophilia. Fifteen items emerged from this exercise, intents, actions, and attitudes as had been signified by American courts, establishing content validity.
Dr. Welner then prepared vignettes of fictitious homicides and provided them to attendees of law and forensic science lectures on the legal dilemma of undefined terminology denoting “evil.” Respondents were asked to volunteer hypothetical examples of intent, actions, and attitudes that would distinguish that crime as the “worst of the worst,” with application to crimes beyond homicide. The exercise sought to more fully account for the range of human choices and behavior that might manifest itself through violent or non-violent criminal acts.
Through the data gathered from this exercise, the original 15 items expanded to 26 items for further consideration of inclusion in the Depravity Standard. These items were then referred for further study in Phase B, the Depravity Scale.
Phase B - The Depravity Scale: Establishing public consensus
Phase B was an internet-based study designed to collect public opinion on what features of a criminal act represent depravity. The 26 items of specific intents, actions, and attitudes of a crime, developed from Phase A, were presented in the study, along with examples of each. Participants rated each item as “especially,” “somewhat,” or “not” depraved. One item with heavy overlap to others was dropped from consideration, leaving 25 items for continued study.
Phase B’s purpose was to assess which of the studied items could achieve consensus support (regardless of demographic and background differences) as reflective of a depraved element of a crime. Phase B did not identify any items that should be eliminated from the final instrument. Public response found that all items represented an aspect of a depraved crime, and has allowed us to rank the items from 1 (most depraved) to 25 (least depraved) based on the public’s responses.
Phase C - Ranking depravity
The goal of Phase C was to establish how the items on the Depravity Standard should be weighted when present in a given crime. We recognized that even if participants rated a number of the Phase B items as representative of depravity, some qualities of a crime may be even more depraved, even much more depraved, than others. Therefore, Phase C compared the items under study to one another. Participants are asked to rank the items from “least depraved” (1) to “most depraved” (5), when presented in randomly ordered groups. This allowed us to determine a ranking of most to least depraved, similar to Phase B results.
Phase D: Validation
Concurrent to collecting public opinion on these 25 items, we are in a phase of validating the application of the items to actual murder, assault, sex crime and non-violent felony criminal cases. Our research team is collecting and reviewing hundreds of closed convictions, randomly selected by jurisdictions all over the country for inclusion, and data mining them to discern aspects of depravity as defined and ranked in phases A-C. Data from Phase D will determine the validity of the tool in its application to real cases.
Phase E- Weighing depravity
We have established that our list of 25 items are at least somewhat, if not especially representative of depravity. We also determined a ranking system from most to least depraved items. Phase E aims to establish the weight of each item by measuring the amount of depravity the public attributes to each item. Weighting the components of each case will assist judges and juries to make more informed decisions in comparing similar crimes based on degree of depravity.
The Depravity Standard: The Instrument
There is no available inventory or methodology to assess whether specific crimes are reflective of depravity – there is no standardized definition of depravity in the first place. By identifying and refining items for inclusion on the legal instrument, we are delineating the meaning of depravity as a byproduct of court-decisions, public survey, and case sampling. In this manner, the Standard will provide not only an instrument, but a reference point.
When complete, the Depravity Standard will focus inquiry on intents, actions, victimology, and attitudes of a crime in order to minimize reliance on subjective judgments and presumptions in reaching sentencing decisions. The Depravity Standard will insulate the assessment of what depraved factors are present in a crime from potential biases about who perpetrated the crime, or why.
The Standard will apply to any crime that is, as prescribed in a given jurisdiction’s sentencing code, eligible to receive a more severe sentence if the crime is “heinous,” “atrocious,” “depraved,” “evil,” or any such variant. This ranges from violent crime such as murder, rape, assault and arson, to non-violent crimes, including property offenses, fraud, and embezzlement.
The development of the instrument will meet a long-standing need within our criminal court system. Juries bear the burden of establishing “heinous, atrocious and cruel” will now participate in proceedings that focus on the presence or absence of given qualities of depravity, as opposed to the exercise of reaching into one’s gut with only the guidance of attorneys’ ability to argue. Parole and corrections officials will benefit from guidance that minimizes early release decisions that may favor bias or influence. The Standard will provide this guidance by presenting a tool that is grounded in law, structured on scientific principles, and refined by the public – the juries of today and tomorrow.
This week I will move from defining individual categories of harm from illegal surveillance to include pornography to identifying how two networks are created in NOSY NEIGHBOR AND THE GANG. One network revolves around the UMBRELLA of power within this PORNOGRAPHY NETWORK and the other is the FINANCIAL/PROFIT gain from these illegal surveillance camera and microphone continuous stream video.
'A video surveillance system would enable further pervasive and repressive surveillance.
Making streams publicly available, too, would threaten every citizen’s privacy: A busybody neighbor could easily spy on the activities of the family next door as they run errands or go on vacation'.
Below I use ONE EXAMPLE of a global technology corporation platform being used to advance this public space surveillance and having a platform for individual building owners/homeowners place that building or capture a buildings next to them onto WEBCAM CAPTURE.
In my case, I suggested two entities being large property/building owners as source of NOSY NEIGHBOR AND THE GANG illegal surveillance and pornography. SOUTHERN MANAGEMENT CORPORATION owning a great number of high rise residential building no doubt using WEBCAMS as security as is well-known easily capable of hacking. These WEBCAMS are often used by these high-rise residential building as well as individual residential buildings in rental advertising AKA rental space webcams allowing apartment hunters to view inside apartment for rent. Know what? Just because a property management corporation rent that apartment does not mean that inside WEBCAM has gone off. As well, a community having a heavy concentration of residential housing owned by one family/property owner-----can as well end with WEBCAMS inside apartments also left on after one tenet leaves and next moves in.
These WEBCAMS having been around for a decade or two are located on what is called HOSTING SERVERS owned by other global technology corporations. This creates a network through which products like WEBCAMS and those videos PASS.
Trevor Timm column
Internet of things
The government just admitted it will use smart home devices for spying
Many consumers are wholly unaware that the smart devices making their home more custom and responsive are making data that can be hacked or collected
Tue 9 Feb 2016 15.29 EST Last modified on Tue 9 Feb 2016 15.39 EST
'Tentler told Ars that webcam manufacturers are in a race to bottom. Consumers do not perceive value in security and privacy. As a rule, many have not shown a willingness to pay for such things. As a result, webcam manufacturers slash costs to maximize their profit, often on narrow margins. Many webcams now sell for as little as £15 or $20.
Then there are the rampant security issues with the internet of things that allow hackers – whether they are criminal, government or something in between – to access loads of data without any court order, like the creeps who were eavesdropping on baby monitors of new parents. Just a few weeks ago, a security researcher found that Google’s Nest thermostats were leaking users’ zipcodes over the internet. There’s even an entire search engine for the internet of things called Shodan that allows users to easily search for unsecured webcams that are broadcasting from inside people’s houses without their knowledge.
FTC to the rescue?
When it comes to strong-arming manufacturers, government entities like the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) may be able to help. Ars UK spoke with Maneesha Mithal, associate director of the FTC’s division of privacy and identity protection, and she was quick to mention several examples where the organization went after at-fault companies. In recent years according to Mithal, the FTC has prosecuted more than 50 cases against companies that did not reasonably secure their networks, products, or services'.
I discuss often the DARK WEB and its ties to DARPA----tied to global private military complex-----to include much criminal activity.
All that public space surveillance captured from our streets, sidewalks, alleys are channeled into super-computers here in Baltimore located on global banking 1% Johns Hopkins hedge corporate campus. All this mega-data of everyone in the city heading to HOST SERVERS tied to sorting data to subject matter. This too is what happens with WEBCAMS of residential buildings where buildings have its own HOST SERVER also routing data where that surveillance data is sorted by subject matter.
So, if a building deemed a WEBCAM BUILDING is controlled by NOSY NEIGHBOR AND THE GANG-------each building sending data to HOST SERVER would see that video sorted according to the categories of illegal surveillance upon which I have written these few weeks. From there an individual building having WEBCAM account tied to one NOSY NEIGHBOR-----would receive that small percentage of profit from each category of streamed WEBCAM video. A illegal surveillance and pornography network like NOSY NEIGHBORS AND THE GANG would use the DARK WEB-----would use tools like TOR
SYSTEM to allow members of THE NETWORK to log-in to these pornography sites on DARK WEB.
Spying through webcams just got easier
Shodan is making freeze-framed images from unsecured webcams available to the public.
cnbc.com3 years ago'
Below I show two categories represented on DARK WEB-----using TOR SYSTEM to post streaming WEBCAM videos of pornography according to subject----here CHILD PORN---REVENGE PORN. This would include SOFT PORN, HARD PORN and SCAT PORN.
Anonymous Just Took Down 1/5 Of Dark Web's Child Pornography
The hacktivists breached Freedom Hosting II — the largest host of Dark Web sites accessible only through Tor — downloaded gigabytes of data, and took down and defaced some 10,613 .onion websites. This means that the hack took down nearly a fifth of the Dark Web for hosting child pornography.
Revenge Porn Returns to the Dark Web
A notorious dark web revenge porn site was shut down, but an archive of material from it has reappeared. ... Revenge Porn Returns to the Dark Web. ... The administrator of another pornography site ...
The Tor system: Welcome to the dark internet where you can search in secret
Every day, 15,000 people in Britain log on to an obscure online domain where they can search for anything they want in secret. The NSA whistleblower is a fan. It is anonymous. It is growing. And it is often criminal.
AIRBND is simply one WEBCAM HOSTING PLATFORM GLOBAL CORPORATION. I am not suggesting this is the one being used by my NOSY NEIGHBOR AND THE GANG----but, one like it.
As seen in this article it is becoming quite popular for landlords, bed-breakfasts, high-rise apartments---HOTELS et al to use this WEBCAM hosting platform for advertising and marketing. These WEBCAMS as stated are NOT TURNED OFF----ie, cameras end up hidden -----or devices in these living space remain captured for HOSTING NETWORK.
This article addresses surveillance cameras planted separately from devices I identify in my case----light bulbs, SMART TV/RADIO, smoke and carbon monoxide detectors.
The journalist KAMPING-CARDER working for WALL STREET JOURNAL not telling us how all those ordinary products/devices in living are captured. One does not see a CAMERA LENS if hacking is occurring through LIGHT BULB----through SMOKE ALARM.
How to find a hidden camera planted by your landlord, Airbnb host or another creep
July 19, 2018 - 10:00am
By Leigh Kamping-Carder
Brick Underground supports our readers with product recommendations specifically curated for New Yorkers. If you buy something through our links, we may earn an affiliate commission.If you tally up supers, landlords, doormen, roommates, house cleaners, dog walkers, nannies, pet sitters, and assorted friends and neighbors, you get a surprisingly large number of people that may very well have keys to an apartment you're renting or Airbnb-ing. Which means there are that many people who could potentially plant a hidden camera in your bookcase and secretly record your every move for their own sick pleasure.
[An earlier version of this post was published in 2014 and has been updated with new information in July 2018.]
Think we sound paranoid?
Possibly. But consider the case of Aksana Kuzmitskaya, a young woman who claimed her former landlords installed secret cameras in her bedroom and bathroom, filming her private life on 70-odd occasions. In exchange for cleaning apartments at their Upper West Side building, they had given her room and board. (Kuzmitskaya sued the two men she deemed responsible, and one—who had done the same to another woman--was ultimately sentenced to a year of therapy and ordered to stay away from his victims.)
In the interest of avoiding such an egregiously creepy situation, we spoke to Todd Morris, CEO of BrickHouse Security (no relation to Brick Underground), a Manhattan-based security and surveillance company, who enlightened us on how to spot a landlord spy, and what to do if you have one.
How do I catch someone filming me?
“The best thing to do is know when someone is in your apartment and they shouldn’t be,” says Morris, since that will be your first clue that they may have installed surveillance equipment. Common sense suggests that you should check that your stuff hasn’t been moved, but that's harder to do if you live with other people or animals.
“If you have pets or roommates, people become oblivious to things moving around,” says Morris, who jokes that someone could install a camera on his own rather messy desk and he’d never know it. Some New Yorkers who have two locks will purposely leave one unlocked so that if someone comes in and out of the apartment, heedlessly securing the deadbolt, for example, they’ll know they've had an unwanted visitor.
Another option is a bug detector. Starting at about $195 and roughly the size and shape of a deck of cards, the device can detect wired and wireless mics, cameras, and bugs, and comes with a camera detector attachment, which allows you to see bugs through a special lens, thanks to its emission of a high-frequency red light. (Plus, it’s portable enough to soothe all your dressing-room, hotel room, and Airbnb paranoias as well.) BrickHouse used to do their own sweeps at a cost of $1,000 for four hours, with apartments usually taking up to six or eight hours, but hasn't offered the service in a while because demand dropped after the technology became easy enough for an amateur to use, Morris says.
What should I do if I find a hidden camera?
Don’t touch it; call the police, advises Morris. The cops will dust the equipment for fingerprints and, if they’re able to find any clues about the owner’s identity, will try to track them down. It’s wise to get the police involved before telling your landlord or condo/co-op board, according to Morris, as they may tell someone like the super, who could be the perpetrator.
What about surveillance in my own apartment?
It’s perfectly legal to use a hidden camera in your own abode, as long as it's not in a place where your nanny or roommate has a reasonable expectation of privacy, Morris explains. A living room or child’s room are fair game; the au pair’s bedroom or bathroom are not. A good rule of thumb: if a person would assume you’d knock before entering, you’re probably not allowed to plant a camera there.
Cameras made for apartment surveillance start at around $100, with the most popular models costing between $200 and $300, Morris says. Your basic model will have a time-stamped recording (so the footage will hold up in court) and a motion sensor (so it only records when someone enters the room, saving you from wading through hours of footage of nothing). “Hidden cameras come in all shapes and sizes,” says Morris. “They can really look like almost anything.” (Note: There's a federal law prohibiting the sale and use of devices designed to covertly record the voices of people without their consent, so most won't record audio.)
What are the penalties for spying?
Planting a hidden camera could get your landlord slapped with trespassing and stalking charges. “If you catch someone in a state of undress—god forbid it’s someone underage—it could be even worse,” Morris says.
People are often caught because they post the footage online.
I will take this week to include in DEPOSITION not only the physical structure of THE NETWORK ---NOSY NEIGHBOR AND THE GANG----but as well, look at the profit---money-making side of THE PORNOGRAPHY NETWORK
Below the article shows a WEBCAM building hosted on AIRBNB-----could be unoccupied building using for security or could be an occupied building showing each room inside those homes. So, $6,600 for what might be security footage video---or a base pay for allowing daily video feeds to be downloaded as MEGA-DATA. Each one of these homes in South Dakota could be owned or hacked by a local NOSY NEIGHBOR AND THE GANG sending pornography video feed to AIRBNB platform.
This goes to my case claim of IDENTIFY THEFT in hiding and lying about lack of CONSENT for illegal surveillance
The Dark Web as You Know It Is a Myth
The Rest of the Web Is Just as ‘Dark’
For years there have been sites where you can instantly buy a stranger's Social Security Number, date of birth, full name, address and phone number for under a dollar, or others that host reams of stolen credit card details, ripe for a fraudulent spending spree'.
Airbnb reveals how many in South Dakota opens their homes, and how much they make
Jeremy Fugleberg, Sioux Falls Argus Leader Published 11:03 a.m. CT Jan. 11, 2019 | Updated 11:44 a.m. CT Jan. 11, 2019
Airbnb released details Friday about its activity in South Dakota last year.
The hospitality company with the popular travel app and website said more than 900 people – or as the company calls them, "hosts" – opened their homes to a total of 72,800 guests in 2018.
Hosts in South Dakota typically earned about $6,600 annually, for a total of $7.4 million Airbnb said. The company also noted that about one in four of its hosts are 60 years of age or older, highlighting how seniors are making money through home-sharing.