06.23.20

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A Probable Case of Child Exploitation (Sexual Abuse) Facilitated by People Other Than Rick Allen Jones, the Engineer of Bill Gates

Posted in Bill Gates, Microsoft at 10:55 pm by Dr. Roy Schestowitz

Rick Allen Jones/apartment

Summary: We look at the growing likelihood or possibility that an engineer’s pedophilia extends to a broader network and there are some indirect connections to Microsoft as well

THE co-founder of Microsoft loves to confess or rather profess his love of children through the Gates Foundation (where he’s the chief ‘philanthropist’). This insincere love is easily disputed by his close friendship/affair with Mr. Epstein, to whom love of children means something rather surreal and gross. The Gates-Epstein friendship outlived the conviction; Gates knew very well what Epstein had done. It hardly bothered him. He sought to whiten his name.

“The engineer had a Microsoft E-mail account as well, but that’s a lot less relevant.”We have reasons to suspect that Bill’s own engineer (working at his house) was not merely viewing and sharing child pornography at a massive scale but also practicing pedophilia. As we explained days ago, this engineer was found in possession of an illegal firearm, he was filming children in the beach without them knowing, keeping the photos (and also the negatives) in his bedroom, and there are various other things that we’re analysing and fact-checking (to the extent possible).

The engineer shut down the notorious GMail account (what got him caught in the first place), but Google keeps all the data, so it still passed it on to the law enforcement people (detectives and authorities). The engineer had a Microsoft E-mail account as well, but that’s a lot less relevant. The documents we have serve to reveal the nature of collaboration between Google and law enforcement, at least in the US (the processes and pertinent details). Maybe it merits its own series, aside from this one. It’s interesting for different reasons.

Myself and others have been studying the material obtained from the police. I wasn’t the only one to spot something rather odd.

Rick Allen Jones network

Or as HTML/text:

- Might own a dog named, “Lola” or “Poods”.
- Brett 1(n) (brettp@magichour.com) has a 1(n) Rick is referenced as Uncle RJ. Brett’s telephone # is 206-817-1600.
- Discovery of name Mark Lagman, or Broadstripe(marklagman@broadstripe.net); possible partner?
- Several images of erotica and age difficult pornography sent from Rick to David on 12/15/13 (bookmarked for review).
- Apparent child pornography sent from Rick to David on 12/15/13 (bookmarked for review).
- Email sent from rckllnjns@gmail.com to rickjoness@msn.com on 12/16/13.

We’re omitting some parts about Rick’s sister and others. No reason to involve those who aren’t connected to felonious actions.

“We’re omitting some parts about Rick’s sister and others.”There are several important things above, but let’s focus on one thing at a time.

The partner (or likely partner) Mark Lagman isn’t of much interest; David is almost certainly a past partner of Rick — a subject for another day perhaps (we assume he too was singled out for child pornography). Lagman seems to be working for a network/Internet services company, so nothing innocuous here.

Broadstripe

The worrying part is Brett. Microsoft is among his company’s clients. From their Web site:

Magichour

“It may be of note,” told me a person who had studied this, “there is an email address listed in these documents with a domain known as magichour.com. They seem to be a video/photography company in Washington State and list major companies, such as Microsoft, American Airlines and many major banks as their clients. It may be worth looking into their links with Rick Allen Jones. I reached out via their website but they haven’t replied thus far.”

I too have sent them the following message: “Does Brett still work for you? There is police evidence of connection to paedophilia. I am investigating and reporting on the matter.”

No reply.

“The worrying part is Brett. Microsoft is among his company’s clients.”This part may be significant because of the redaction, whose code (as per the index of redaction types; classification index already published here earlier this week) suggests it’s a description of sexual abuse of children (twice even; see screenshot), together with the word “Uncle”. One can make a guess here (like a ‘jeopardy’ game), imposing cryptic code words or terms that refer to a child as sexual subject (the FBI has a list of such terms, which change over time). When Microsoft Peter was arrested for molesting and sexually abusing kids it turned out that the parents were sometimes complicit, selling ‘access’ to the kids. Very cryptic words were used in the communication logs. It’s not too uncommon a practice to use cryptic words and for parents to give their children to pedophiles.

So we certainly wonder what terms were used and whether Brett was a facilitator (one way or another). The information was extracted from the trove of E-mails (GMail account) and included, apparently, was the (still valid) phone number. It’s also possible that his employer found out, was informed, and took action (and would rather not talk about this). Lack of response may mean something; if we’ve repeated the same query and there’s still reluctance to even deny or clarify, then it’s only fair to point this out. They’re not a big company; people would know one another there (by first name) and not everyone gets an E-mail address on that domain. There’s only one Brett P. there.

“It’s not too uncommon a practice to use cryptic words and for parents to give their children to pedophiles.”Days have passed. No reply. Nothing. So what are we to conclude about Brett and “Uncle” Rick? “1(n)” implies there’s something there that visualises child abuse.

Based on my experience covering the Microsoft Peter incident (and his arrest), which seems to have almost killed his publisher (Ars Technica is just a pale dot/shadow of its former self), child abuse isn’t limited to just one ‘lone wolf’; there’s network of enablers in child abuse/sexual exploitation. Maybe this whole thing will remain a mystery; maybe future installments will shed more light on this. Maybe it was even brought up in the court before the plea bargain. Time will tell. We need more information.

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