Anonymous and OpDeathEaters begin massive expose of powerful child rape ring, big names set to be dropped
"Hollywood, Disney, Goldman Sachs, Bitcoin, Epstein child trafficking networks exposed," Anonymous tweeted
One of the most secretive hacktivists group, Anonymous dropped another bombshell with their recent expose on a global high-profile child trafficking ring. This comes after they threatened to expose the Minneapolis police department's "many crimes to the world", expose President Donald Trump's alleged involvement in Jeffrey Epstein's infamous sex trafficking and child rape racket and also dragged supermodel Naomi Campbell's name into the controversy.
"Hollywood, Disney, Goldman Sachs, Bitcoin, Epstein child trafficking networks exposed. Featuring Bryan Singer, Steve Bannon, Al Seckel, and Jeffrey Epstein by #opDeathEathers," Anonymous tweeted, along with a link to a shocking long Twitter thread about the alleged child rape ring that OpDeathEaters posted.
"This is a thread about Marc Collins-Rector and the powerful child rape ring which extends from the BBS era to the cryptocurrency era with ties throughout the entertainment and silicon valley, from Disney executives to crypto circles and social media," the first tweet reads. In a string of many more tweets, the group has mentioned several popular celebrity names. While several big names have been implicated, the allegations are on the basis of the claims being made on the Internet, and MEA World Wide (MEAWW) cannot independently verify the veracity or authenticity of the claims.
The expose connects to a New York Post report on the founder of Digital Entertainment Network, Marc Collins-Rector, after he pleaded not guilty in a federal court in Trenton, N.J. to five counts of transporting a minor across state lines for illegal activities. The same report also mentions a criminal complaint related to his relationship with another minor in Santa Monica, California, where DEN was based.
"The child rape and trafficking industry was the first industry revolutionized by the advent of the Internet and earlier bulletin boards (BBS)," the Twitter thread continued, adding, "DEN attracted more than $60 million in investments from corporations like Microsoft and NBC."
The allegations have left the world of Twitter in deep shock. "It seems there are a lot of these despicable people all over the world and they operate without a problem -- just unbelievable all of it," one reader said. One Twitter user wondered why Trump's name wasn't on the list. "Shouldn’t Trump's name be on this list?" the tweet said to which another Twitter user replied: "He was connected to Epstein so it pretty much is implied."
One went on to say: "Ugh! It’s like six degrees of separation, everyone’s connected. And you just KNOW there are more... #opDeathEaters," and many others started the hashtag #LockUpBryanSinger with tweets like, "the fact that this has gone on for SO long is fucking horrifying #LockUpBryanSinger !!!! give the countless victims justice!!!!" While the Internet is strongly reacting to the names mentioned in the viral expose by Anonymous and OpDeathEaters, no hard proof has yet been provided and the claims are based on allegations made by the group.