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I should think about this sometimes.
It’s the United States of America vs. Hunter Moore. I wonder who will win this one.
I doubt he posted my nonexistent nudes.
To everyone that hates hunter moore for all he’s done. I just want you to take a second, and fucking listen to what your saying. This man paid a guy to hack into some random girls computer, that just so happened to have nudes on it, that she took for absolutely no reason, and then posted her. hunter moore was receiving THOUSANDS of submits everyday, FOR FREE. Now. Let’s get logical. Girl texts boy, gets frisky, e-mails him some sexy pictures, boy turns out to be someone she though he wasn’t, submits her to isanyoneup.com and bam. And of course, she wants to be mommy’s little girl, that is oh so innocent, so she claims to not have sent them to anyone. So she claims to have been hacked. Also, she had claimed to have gotten a virus on her computer at the same time. So, there’s always the other factor, that someone was hacking her computer for real reasons (such as bank account information, important shit like that) downloads everything from her hard drive, finds some sexy pictures, posts them somewhere, OR, even submits them to isanyoneup them selves. You all need to get your head out of your asses and realize the other factors that make, WAY MORE SENSE.
Read the records, all of his emails were found, why do you think he’s in trouble, bro? It’s not because someone wanted to be “mommy’s little girl”.
So why don’t you get your head out of your ass and stop victim blaming. That piece of shit paid another piece of shit to hack people’s accounts in 2011 for his piece of shit website. It doesn’t matter why the nudes existed what matters is some entitled son of a bitch posted the photos and contact information WITHOUT PERMISSION TO RUIN SOMEONE’S FUCKING LIFE because he didn’t give a shit.
That same entitled piece of shit threatened to rape someone in front of her children. He spoke the words himself “I threatened to rape his wife in front of his children.”
Now let’s get logical, you probably didn’t read the court records at all and and are just standing up blindly for some entitled asshole. Misogyny at it’s finest. You think it’s okay because you want nothing more than to be just like him. Gross. I’m not surprised you can’t get a girl friend.
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Why the fuck doesn’t this have more notes? Spread this around people, come on!
This person attacked one of my friends and he’s attacked someone before her. He left a huge bruise on her and left her fearing for her life. If you see him STAY AWAY. He could be in Missouri or California (or anywhere in between).
Pass this on and stay away from this person.
Don’t let this guy get away with this.
Someone needs to put this guy and ANY guy that beats a woman in their place.
Love Is All You Need?
Everyone is gay, you’re hetero.
You’re bullied for being a breeder.
Men and women DO NOT lie together unless it’s breeding season.
So what if the world were different? It would still be the same.
This short film is well worth the 20 minutes it runs. Watch it if you haven’t.