Profile overview for zoltan907.
Submission statistics

This user has mostly submitted to the following subverses (showing top 5):

6 submissions to pizzagate

1 submissions to PizzagateMemes

This user has so far shared a total of 2 links, started a total of 5 discussions and submitted a total of 263 comments.

Voting habits

Submissions: This user has upvoted 135 and downvoted 0 submissions.

Comments: This user has upvoted 559 and downvoted 23 comments.

Submission ratings

5 highest rated submissions:

Former CIA agent Robert Steele comments on Pizzagate, submitted: 1/4/2017 1:14:36 AM, 191 points (+192|-1)

Missing babies in Serbia, submitted: 2/1/2017 6:00:07 AM, 40 points (+40|-0)

Dust Magazine contains pedo-themed imagery, submitted: 1/7/2017 8:56:42 PM, 13 points (+15|-2)

The Clinton Global Initiative's Africa trip, submitted: 12/12/2016 2:28:58 AM, 9 points (+9|-0)

Headhunting Assange, submitted: 12/27/2016 1:29:12 AM, 9 points (+11|-2)

5 lowest rated submissions:

Monica Langley interview with Hillary that mentions pizza, submitted: 12/18/2016 9:39:48 AM, 0 points (+2|-2)

Berlin government sent orphans to a school run by pedophiles, submitted: 12/31/2016 4:52:06 AM, 5 points (+5|-0)

Headhunting Assange, submitted: 12/27/2016 1:29:12 AM, 9 points (+11|-2)

The Clinton Global Initiative's Africa trip, submitted: 12/12/2016 2:28:58 AM, 9 points (+9|-0)

Dust Magazine contains pedo-themed imagery, submitted: 1/7/2017 8:56:42 PM, 13 points (+15|-2)

Comment ratings

3 highest rated comments:

Federal judge agrees to seal cellphone data in Pizzagate case submitted by OminousPie to pizzagate

zoltan907 0 points 14 points (+14|-0) ago

The judge in the case will be U.S. Magistrate G. Michael Harvey.

Welch's attorney is Dani Jahn.

While Googling the judge's name, I came across this article about an unrelated case, in which a 19-year-old college student who had previously worked at a day care center was accused of sending CP to an undercover FBI agent. This was the second time the woman's activities had come to the attention of federal authorities. The Department of Homeland Security had investigated her for distributing CP a year earlier, but didn't charge her--instead, DHS just warned her to quit her job. Because the woman uploaded the porn to Dropbox in the second incident, her lawyer argued that she hadn't really "distributed" the porn. As to how G. Michael Harvey fits into this, the article mentions that he said he'd never seen a case like this, and that he was "concerned if the pornography was distributed from Virginia to D.C." Just to clarify, "concerned" here most likely means his court would have jurisdiction in the case only if the porn was distributed to D.C.

Tampa Bay Times scrubbed a VERY important article submitted by stunknife to pizzagate

zoltan907 0 points 11 points (+11|-0) ago

Geoffrey Portway. He's probably the unidentified man mentioned in the Tampa Bay Times article. He was arrested in July 2012 (around the same time as the unidentified man in the article), and had photos on his computer of children who appeared to be dead.

"When his home in Worcester was searched last year, authorities found tens of thousands of computer images and videos of child pornography and 4,500 exchanges of child pornography between Portway and the people he chatted with online. The images included children being cooked and prepared to be eaten, court documents said. Those photographs are sealed."

Photos of the dungeon:

I've found hidden data in one of the Podesta email images, but I dont know the password! HELP!!! [Steganography] submitted by TheUltimateDebate to pizzagate

zoltan907 1 points 11 points (+12|-1) ago

I'm sure I can figure it out, asshole--I haven't actually tried yet. Besides, I'm not the one trying to crack the steganography; I'm just making suggestions.

By the way, go fuck yourself.

3 lowest rated comments:

Immediate Call for help, while searching tony podestas friends on facebook, i have made discoveries that are as damaging as jimmycomets instagram please upvoat submitted by zlomsocz to pizzagate

zoltan907 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

If you click on the #cplove hashtag, what mainly shows up right now are posts by and about Core-Physique, a pilates gym based in Texas, and posts about something called Cheerleader Probowl, whatever that is. Since the guy is lifting a child in the photo, and he's in good physical shape, the #cplove hashtag might be intended to convey something like he's working his core muscles by lifting the child.

Account Deleted By User submitted by armyseer to pizzagate

zoltan907 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

That's what I was afraid of. Is there an alternative to in case that disappears?

Account Deleted By User submitted by armyseer to pizzagate

zoltan907 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

According to the Evening Standard, Thompson once bit the arm of a junior reporter for interrupting him while Thompson was reading his horoscope.

"The story has only become public thanks to a leaked e- mail exchange between Newsnight presenter Jeremy Paxman and [reporter Anthony] Massey, in which Paxman observes that the director general 'is quite clearly insane'.

"A spokesman for Thompson last night confirmed the story, but claimed it was 'horseplay'...."

Massey said "It was 1988, when he was the newly-appointed editor of the Nine O'Clock News, and I was a home news organiser.

"It was 9.15 in the morning. I went up to his desk to talk about some story.

"I was standing next to him on his right, and he was sitting reading his horoscope in the Daily Star (I always remember that detail).

"Before I could say a word he suddenly turned, snarled, and sank his teeth into my left upper arm (leaving marks through the shirt, but not drawing blood). It hurt.

"I pulled my arm out of his jaws, like a stick out of the jaws of a labrador. The key thing is, we didn't have a row first, or even speak, and I had never had any dispute with him.

"He was recently arrived in the newsroom, and I hardly knew him. He just bit me in the arm for no reason without any warning or preamble.

"I don't think it was personal. Something turned in his brain, and anyone who had been standing there at that moment would have been bitten, Linda from the teabar, the BBC chairman, Keith Graves, anyone. It just happened to be me.

"Thompson didn't apologise or explain, so I went to complain to my then boss, Chris Cramer. All Cramer said was, 'This whole place is full of f****** headbangers', which was a fair point and indeed is still true, but didn't help somehow.

"I wanted to bring the whole BBC disciplinary process down on Thompson's head, but Cramer was desperate for that not to happen.

"So I got sent abroad on some story for a month or so, and when I came back it had lost momentum, and I never pursued it.'

"Massey added that 'in those days it seemed quite acceptable for senior people to bite junior colleagues'."