Feb 24, 2014

http://www.j3films.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/Stan-Romanek-website.jpgA few weeks ago, UFO enthusiast and alleged alien abductee Stanley Romanek was arrested in Colorado for child pornography possession and distribution.

At 51 years old, Romanek is a well-known personality in the paranormal community and a less-than-likely suspect of such charges, just as many in the alternative media that have been proven to be innocent are. According to the Reporter-Herald, the felony charges he’s facing include sexual exploitation of a child. The arrest warrant was issued Feb. 12, and Romanek turned himself in the following morning. He was released on a $20k personal recognizance bond.

The police report reveals that the arrest came as a result of “an eight-month-long investigation based on tips provided by the Department of Homeland Security”, meaning that this could definitely be some kind of set up. A search warrant for his computer was served last APRIL, meaning the feds have had access to his computer for almost a year. A lot can happen in that period of time.

The Huffington Post does a relatively-good job of summarizing Romanek’s involvement in the paranormal community:

Romanek, a Loveland, Colo. resident, is known for claims he was the victim of alien abduction, as well as the target of alien experimentation, implants and telepathic communication. He has also released what he said is video evidence, the controversial “Boo Video,” which allegedly shows an alien looking through a window into Romanek’s kitchen. Though Romanek’s claims begin in 2000, it was his appearance with the Boo Video on Larry King Live in 2003 that garnered him national attention. He has since appeared on ABC Primetime and Coast to Coast AM with George Noory, as well as at numerous UFO conferences.

However, they utterly fail to inform their readership that, if Romanek is innocent as many believe (including his wife, who has stated as much on her Facebook page), this is by no means the first time an alternative researcher or journalist has been targeted in this manner.

First of all, can the government plant child porn on a person’s computer? YES, THEY CAN.

ESET Virus Radar has recognized the virus, and calls it Win32/MoliVampire. The short description indicates, “Win32/MoliVampire.A is a trojan which tries to download other malware from the Internet. Win32/MoliVampire.A may be spread via peer-to-peer networks.”

The trojan contains an URL address. It tries to download a file from the address. Files are copied into a shared folder of various instant messengers and P2P applications, according to the description.

In a hurried article posted on Before It’s News, a reporter emoted:

So anyone whom receives this virus or variants of Trojans similar to this virus, is at risk of being accused of distributing and possessing child pornography then having the computers and family photos, videos, and other personal data taken away forever. Then will likely end up years in federal or state prison then receives a lifetime sex offender record, isn’t that just great!!!!!…

“Operation Flicker was started By ICE [Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency]. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement is the principal investigative arm of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the second largest investigative agency in the federal government. Created in 2003 through a merger of the investigative and interior enforcement elements of the U.S. Customs Service and the Immigration and Naturalization Service, “Operation Flicker” is part of Project Predator, a nationwide ICE initiative to protect children from sexual predators, including instances of sex tourism with minors, Internet child pornographers, criminal alien sex offenders, and child sex traffickers, according to the agency. Unfortunately, due to the system being used to net these predators, many children are being exposed to the the same Child Porn they were trying to stop.”

In November 2013, while attending a conference, WeAreChange’s Luke Rudkowski had his hotel room broken into and malicious files were placed on his laptop that contained child pornography.

Just a few weeks later, Aaron Dykes and Melissa Melton of TruthStream Media were also targeted with malicious emails intended to implicate them in child pornography:

Following reports that someone was trying to set-up WeAreChange’s Luke Rudkowski and OathKeepers’ Stewart Rhodes and Dan Johnson, founder of People Against the N.D.A.A, as well as an eerie e-mail from a group calling themselves “Political Hackerz Squad” claiming that it was trying to set-up dozens of alternative media figures with child porn (and claiming credit for attacks on Rudkowski/Rhodes), Truthstream Media was alerted of an apparent attack to set-up either Melissa Melton and Aaron Dykes and/or the recipients.

A couple days ago, Truthstream received an e-mail informing us of the unsettling fact that an e-mail attachment had been sent to at least one prominent individual that supposedly had child porn attached.

According to the source who warned us after receiving this, a fraudulent e-mail address “[email protected]” (which has no connection whatsoever with Truthstream Media), was used to correspond with and carry out this apparent attack.

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Reportedly, the unknown provocateur lured in this media personality over the course of several rounds of correspondence, giving the impression that a radio interview was requested. After some back and forth about possible interview dates, an attachment was sent in PDF format purporting that it “contained information about [the] show’s format, possible topics and other information pertaining to a possible interview” but instead contained official looking promotional photos and logos from Truthstream and then included the illegal and disgusting images in question.

Looking at the evidence, it seems like the paranormal and UFOlogy communities are just the newest targets of an operation designed to make good people look the opposite. What better way to discredit someone’s activism is there than to destroy their moral reputation?

Lisa Romanek stated that her husband cannot access the internet as a condition of his release, and his Facebook page has been deleted. Lisa said that it is their belief that their computer has been the focus of “harassment, break-ins, hacking, and remote access” and that “whoever has been accessing our system also left behind traces to verify the Office of Homeland Security tip that the police department received.”

I don’t doubt Mrs. Romanek one bit.

Speaking on behalf of her husband, Lisa Romanek further stated, “We will be taking UFOlogy into the courtroom. We know that this has EVERTING [sic]… to do with our being outspoken about the ET/UFO reality!”

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