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By Gordon Duff and Mike Harris
Latest from Arizona: A late breaking report; a local blogger, Steve Lemon, according to BATF (Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms), has been lighting up the telephone lines of, not only their agency, but the FBI and DEA. Lemon even admitted, last Thursday, to recruiting FBI informants.
This was such a big secret and he was so worried about their safety that he put it in his column. Our question is:
“Are these real undercover informants or ’double agents’ peddling disinformation? When did the FBI start turning to the likes of this to do their job?”
It’s one thing demonstrating bias mislabeled as “political correctness,” it’s something else to use dirty hands to try to manipulate federal authorities to fight your battles. His reports have been against other journalists, personal enemies (of which he has countless) and the chosen targets of the New York bank, Goldman Sachs.
Now our other knowledgeable sources tell us that Goldman Sachs is active in the region, running Lemons employer, Village Voice Media, a local news agency that loses money, in order to protect their international interests in the region. Visibly we see a local shopping rag in charge, two mediocrities and a once famous paper, home of Norman Mailer, now selling “hand jobs” from grade school tarts.
In Kristof’s March column, “Financiers and Sex Trafficking,” he highlighted the financial backers of (VVM – Village Voice Media), such as Goldman Sachs, which held a 16% stake… “Goldman Sachs was mortified when I began inquiring last week about its stake in America’s leading Web site for prostitution ads,” Kristof wrote. “It began working frantically to unload its shares, and on Friday afternoon….Last month he featured a teen prostitute whose services are sold via Backpage.
VVM has defended its right to adult classifieds, but now it’s starting to hit where it hurts, with advertisers pulling ads. H&M, Pfitzer Pharmaceutical, IKEA, Barnes and Noble, Best Buy and the Miami Dolphins have all joined Change.org’s campaign to pull advertisements from VVM in protest.
VVM has 123 moderators reviewing the content of (VVM) to try to identify ads for underage prostitution, Forbes reported. The company has adamantly argued, however, that both the problem of child sex trafficking in the United States and (VVM)’s involvement in the trade have been exaggerated. (Editor’s note: “Yeah, right…however…”)
At heart, VVM’s adult section traffics in the sale of minors for sex. A recent study by trade group AIM Group, found that (VVM) accounts for about 81% of all online prostitution ad revenue in the United States…..”
They are, among others, laundering drug money, financing smuggled diamonds, weapons and narcotics. We have no direct information that Mr. Lemon is involved in all of these acts but that he has been directed by and is employed by those who are and has purposefully lied to readers and federal officers, invented terror threats, invented crimes and has been keeping law enforcement away from his employer.
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