Anorak News | North American Man-Boy Love Association ‘Shoots’ Cumo In The Face

North American Man-Boy Love Association ‘Shoots’ Cumo In The Face

by | 9th, March 2009

THE North American Man-Boy Love Association has placed a $10,000 bounty on the head of New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo.

Local police say the death threat was made three weeks ago on as website:

“$10,000 to shoot Andrew Cuomo in the face!”

With a gun? A bullet? There’s more:

“I am an official of NAMBLA, and I can confirm that we have raised the cash to reward any individual who manages to accomplish this task. Thank you.”

Did you put money in the tin, sell jumble or cakes at the fete? And how polite. Never let it be said that paedos are not polite.

A source tells the NY Post:

“It is our understanding that people in the, and I hate to call it this, ‘pedophile community’ are angry at Cuomo’s office because he’s been making the [Internet service providers] take responsibility for policing child pornography – and he’s been very aggressive in seeking to keep NAMBLA types behind bars through civil commitment.”


Cuomo’s office has kept at least 75 convicted sexual predators, including several linked to NAMBLA, in state prison under a tough, new civil-commitment law approved in 2007. The measure allows sexually violent offenders to be confined even when their sentences would otherwise be up.

But doesn’t keeping people behind bars once they’ve serve their time make a mockery of the law? Have they broken any laws in jail? Or is the civil commitment sentence now based on thought crime – what the paedos might be thinking about doing when released?

Says the Post:

NAMBLA, once a publicly active organization with chapters in New York City and on the West Coast, has largely been driven underground by a series of criminal prosecutions, civil lawsuits and aggressive infiltration by law-enforcement organizations.

So rather than being in-yer-face visible paedos, they are now underground paedos and harder to spot.

Is the law working?

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