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Wednesday, January 17, 2007

BoyChatters are all abuzz! Here's why.....
Ethics of NBC's Sting Show 'To Catch a Predator'

Talk of the Nation, January 16, 2007 · The online watchdog group Perverted Justice lures sexual predators by posing as minors online and inviting them to meet up in person. And Dateline NBC's wildly popular "To Catch a Predator" series has captured audiences nationwide with a mix of fear and voyeurism.


Douglas McCollam, attorney and contributing writer for Columbia Journalism Review

Chris Hansen, host of NBC Dateline series "To Catch a Predator"

Richard Rapaport, San Francisco-based freelance writer, author of "Dying and living in 'COPS' America" a critique of "To Catch a Predator."

Xavier von Erck, founder of pervertedjustice.com
National Public Radio discussed Dateline's To Catch a Predator series yesterday, the focus being was it ethical?

Listen to it HERE

For some unknown reason, yet predictably, these boyChatting perverts believe this radio show was favorable to them. They are all excited "Let's all send emails voicing our opinion! Let's try to get a boyLover interviewed on the show! A boyLovers perspective!"

So I would like to point out to these clueless perverts that not one single person on that show had anything good to say about YOU! In fact, every single person on that show agreed that pedophiles are sick and dangerous. In fact, some of the words the guests and the host used were "horrific, horrible, unsympathetic people to put it mildly, beyond the pale, and scum of the earth." So get a clue.

And while all the little pedo heads are writing their emails, we can be writing ours.
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