Twitter refused to remove child porn because it didn’t ‘violate policies’

Twitter refused to take down widely shared pornographic images and videos of a teenage sex trafficking victim because an investigation “didn’t find a violation” of the company’s “policies,” a scathing lawsuit alleges.

The federal suit, filed Wednesday by the victim and his mother in the Northern District of California, alleges Twitter made money off the clips, which showed a 13-year-old engaged in sex acts and are a form of child sexual abuse material, or child porn, the suit states.

The teen — who is now 17 and lives in Florida — is identified only as John Doe and was between 13 and 14 years old when sex traffickers, posing as a 16-year-old female classmate, started chatting with him on Snapchat, the suit alleges.

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New York Post was used by Exodus Cry to spread false stories. Now New York Post is used by NCOSE, another anti-porn group, to spread false stories.

They use false stories to push their emotions-based fear-mongering narratives.

NCOSE (Morality in Media) published statement in the same day when this article came, which proves this is another pre-planned attack. It is not possible to organize everything in less than 9 hours.

Here is link: https://endsexualexploitation.org/articles/ncose-law-center-hits-twitter-with-groundbreaking-sex-trafficking-lawsuit/

Twitter was included in their Dirty-Dozen-List campaign a few days ago.
If someone need proofs against previous stories about rape of “14 years old girls”, just ask. We have informative videos and sites debunking everything.

You act like r-pe is some made-up thing that never happens.

The people who make these stories, know better than me.