Surrey Creep Catchers president on order to destroy videos: ‘I told them to go f*** themselves’

The Surrey Creep Catchers, a controversial group of vigilante pedophile hunters, have been ordered to destroy all videos and “stop collecting, using and disclosing” the personal information of two individuals caught up in their sting operations.

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  • Drunk_by_Noon

    Those people in that comments section really don’t have a taste for straight-up vigilantism.
    Is that just an American thing or are the good people of B.C. just that risk averse?

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      I don’t know, man.
      You are likely closer to B.C. than I am.
      And I have to say Christy Clarks boobs might lose a battle but they always win the war.

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      I was trying to tell my boss that heckuva a lot of white people got lynched, too.

      • Drunk_by_Noon

        Almost exactly half!
        We have no problem stringing up our own, especially if they would benefit from some corrective measures.
        Really, the only two things that got you strung up were heinous murder and aggravated rape, that usually resulted in a murder as well. Beyond that, we generally had the patience to wait for the circuit judge to make his way around.
        Everyone forgets that part.

    • Alain

      No, it is not just BC, it is a Canadian thing from what I have seen. Even when there was a sicko on a Greyhound bus who stabbed and killed a fellow passenger and then preceded to eat him, not a single passenger attempted to intervene. The same thing years ago when that Algerian dude (the one our MSM and government passed off as just another white Canadian young male – nothing to do with Islam) walked into the college in Montreal to shoot all the female students, none of the male students did bugger all. In fact they quietly walked away like the shooter asked them to do. It wasn’t always like this from what I recall being old enough to remember the pre-Liberal Canada.

      • dance…dancetotheradio

        I have read that some of those guys killed themselves later.
        Can’t honestly say what I would have done then.

      • Drunk_by_Noon

        Yeah, the British seem to be like that too.
        I wonder what kind of genetic and social selection pressures made Americans different in that regard. It’s not like Canada did not have a vast wilderness as well.
        It wasn’t just limited to the boondocks, but the word “vigilante” got it’s start in San Francisco when the local population of decent people were dissatisfied at the less than adequate nature of law enforcement in that town’s early days and formed “vigilance committees”.
        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/San_Francisco_Committee_of_Vigilance

        • dance…dancetotheradio

          I think President Trump is turning your country back from the need for vigilantism.
          Eight years of lawlessness is being corrected.

      • k1962

        I do recall one man on the bus asked another guy if together they should go take on the cannibal, but the other guy couldn’t get off the bus fast enough and the brave dude didn’t want to deal with the psycho alone. Sometimes psychos seem to have super human strength, but everyone together could have subdued him. Poor victim.

        • dance…dancetotheradio

          I want to buy that guy a beer.

      • Justin St.Denis

        Everything you wrote is depressingly true. Canadians would line up to get shot if their murderer told them to do so, vainly believing “the police” will show up in time to save them. Incredibly, and despite tons of evidence to the contrary, Canadians continue to believe the fiction that law enforcement is there to serve and protect. They were told to believe that, you see, so they do.

        Sad.

    • Justin St.Denis

      Canadians have a ridiculous amount of trust in law enforcement and it’s equal application. Such stooges! Sheeple are the same from Alaska to Zanzibar.

      • Alain

        Well there was a time when that trust was merited, but times have totally changed and the majority of Canadians have not.