Gemini version available ♊︎

Microsoft Peter Convicted for Pedophilia (and Still Defending Pedophilia)

Posted in Bill Gates, Deception, Microsoft at 12:27 am by Dr. Roy Schestowitz

As covered here before: Microsoft Peter is a Pedophile, Arrested Without Bail | Even After Microsoft Lost Its PR ‘Asset’ at Ars Technica (Arrested for Sexually Abusing Kids) Ars Technica Persists With Microsoft Advocacy (in ‘News’ Form)

Microsoft Peter convicted

Summary: Microsoft’s connections to pedophiles (not only in possession of child pornography but people who sexually exploit children) is a growing problem and the mainstream media seems not too eager to touch the subject (especially in relation to the Gates estate/mansion)

IT has been nearly a year since we last covered this subject here. It has been a long time since any media even mentioned it in any way. Ars Technica is a pale shadow of its former self (almost defunct), the parent company constantly issues puff pieces for Bill Gates nowadays (Wired, Reddit etc.), and it also helped distract from Gates’ MIT scandals by attacking RMS, instead (until MIT pushed RMS out).

“…the parent company constantly issues puff pieces for Bill Gates nowadays (Wired, Reddit etc.), and it also helped distract from Gates’ MIT scandals by attacking RMS, instead (until MIT pushed RMS out).”For the uninitiated, “Microsoft Peter” is an apt name that we’ve been using for nearly a decade because he was always (since the start) acting like a Microsoft ‘mole’ inside Ars Technica, ‘planting’ articles for Microsoft and totally dominating (up until his arrest) the “Open Source” section with nothing but Microsoft propaganda, sourced from Microsoft itself (did Microsoft know who it was dealing with?).

“And speaking of Peter Bright,” a former Microsofter told us, he was convicted (not that the media covered it) and to quote Justice.gov (U.S. Attorney’s Office, Southern District of New York):

Geoffrey S. Berman, United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, announced that PETER BRIGHT, a former technology editor for an online publication, was convicted in Manhattan federal court Monday of attempted child enticement. BRIGHT was convicted after a one-week jury trial before U.S. District Judge P. Kevin Castel.

U.S. Attorney Geoffrey S. Berman said: “As the jury found, Peter Bright attempted the basest type of crime, arranging to engage in sex with young children. Thanks to the FBI, Bright is in custody and facing serious prison time.”

According to the allegations contained in the Complaint, Indictment, and the evidence presented at trial:

In April 2019, BRIGHT reached out online to an undercover agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (“FBI”), who was posing as the mother of a 7-year-old girl and 9-year-old boy (the “Minors”). Over the course of hundreds of chat communications, BRIGHT discussed with the undercover agent BRIGHT’s plan to meet the Minors to engage in sexual activity. BRIGHT also requested photographs of the Minors.

In May 2019, BRIGHT met the undercover agent at a public park in New York, New York, for the purpose of engaging in sexual activity with the Minors. As BRIGHT and the undercover agent began walking to the Minors’ residence, BRIGHT was arrested.

* * *

BRIGHT, 39, of Brooklyn, New York, was convicted of one count of attempted enticement of a minor to engage in illegal sexual activity, which carries a mandatory minimum sentence of 10 years in prison and a maximum sentence of life in prison. The maximum potential sentence is prescribed by Congress and is provided here for informational purposes only, as the sentencing of the defendant will be determined by the judge.

BRIGHT is scheduled to be sentenced on June 29, 2020, at 11:30 a.m.

Mr. Berman praised the outstanding investigative work of the FBI.

The prosecution of this case is being handled by the Office’s General Crimes Unit. Assistant United States Attorneys Alexander Li, Michael D. Maimin, and Timothy T. Howard, and paralegal specialist Ariella Fetman, are in charge of the prosecution.

Curiously enough almost nobody from the press — let alone Ars Technica — was at the trial. To quote Inner City Press, which covered a lot of UN corruption (to the point where its editor, a professional and serious journalist, got banned):

Three days after the verdict with Inner City Press which alone covered the trials being asked many questions, including about the ArsTechnica editor who testified, we offered this:

Conde Nast / ArsTechnica official Ken Fisher (formally, Kenneth Robert Fisher III) said that Bright never proposed to write any article about child sex exploitation, on ArsTechnica’s Slack or otherwise. [Ed: other writers at Ars Technica did report that he had been advocating sex with children and glaring signs were being ignored]

In fact, Fisher said, to the degree ArsTechnica cover the intersection of sex crimes and the Internet, they had a deputy editor who wrote their stories.

On cross examination by Bright’s Federal Defender, Fisher was asked, “You are familiar with his online persona, right?” Fisher replied yes.


On March 12 with Bright again on the witness stand, bragging how he makes “littles order off the kids’ menu,” Inner City Press live tweeted, here:

Bright: I live in Bushwick… With anal, you have to know what you’re doing. Real people are not porn stars.

He says “girl” in the Bronx was 30, Alicia.

Bright: I’m pretty sure vibrators are not used in classrooms. But we were fantasizing. … It’s called after-care in the kink world.

Bright: I know someone who tweets out her STDs test results every time. In the polyamorous world we are responsible

Peter Bright: One of the joys of working at home is I can walk around naked. #Coronavirus

Bright (looking at jurors, some mouth agape) “A lot of Americans have never seen, at least first hand, an uncircumsized pen*s”

Peter Bright: When in photos I’m holding two Starbucks cups, I’m double fisting, it’s a double entendre

We’ll have more on this.

Sentencing delayed. How long for? Why does it take so long when the case seems so obvious? He already admitted to an undercover agent that he had sexually abused very young children. Remember how light a punishment Jones received after his arrest at the Gates mansion. Some people expressed anger and outrage over it. Is this another one?

This may not seem like much, but over the years he was highly strategic for Microsoft, including in preparation for the GitHub takeover. He promoted this ludicrous idea that Microsoft loved Git even before the GitHub takeover, based on inside information likely fed to him by the PR department of Microsoft.

Why is it that so many people at Microsoft — executives included — are connected to pedophiles?

“This may not seem like much, but over the years he was highly strategic for Microsoft, including in preparation for the GitHub takeover.”The tip for this post came from a former Microsofter, who believes that Gates himself is a pedophile. “For me,” he has said, “it’s an emphatic yes regarding his guilt as he’s acting no differently than other guilty parties accused of the same; they’re all using the same playbook.”

He wrote about it days ago.

“An innocent person wouldn’t hang out with Epstein in the first place, let alone get on a plane with him, all behind his wife’s back, lie about it initially, and then try to play it all off as some philanthropy experiment. That’s some desperate lawyer logic at best,” he continued. “My opinion is that the only thing bringing Gates into contact with Epstein is desperation for the services that Epstein offered. There’s nothing that Epstein could offer Gates besides discretion and a virtual guarantee of not being caught. Abandoning common sense and opsec is common among pedophiles as shown most recently with Peter Bright, there are even shows built around this premise and this is especially the case when it’s an easy meal. Lying about their participation in such things is to be expected and should by no means distract from facts and circumstance; no one just up and admits that they’re a pedophile.”

Share in other sites/networks: These icons link to social bookmarking sites where readers can share and discover new web pages.
  • Reddit
  • email

Decor ᶃ Gemini Space

Below is a Web proxy. We recommend getting a Gemini client/browser.

Black/white/grey bullet button This post is also available in Gemini over at this address (requires a Gemini client/browser to open).

Decor ✐ Cross-references

Black/white/grey bullet button Pages that cross-reference this one, if any exist, are listed below or will be listed below over time.

Decor ▢ Respond and Discuss

Black/white/grey bullet button If you liked this post, consider subscribing to the RSS feed or join us now at the IRC channels.

DecorWhat Else is New

  1. 36,000 Soon

    Techrights is still growing; in WordPress alone (not the entire site) we’re fast approaching 36,000 posts; in Gemini it’s almost 45,500 pages and our IRC community turns 15 soon

  2. Contrary to What Bribed (by Microsoft) Media Keeps Saying, Bing is in a Freefall and Bing Staff is Being Laid Off (No, Chatbots Are Not Search and Do Not Substitute Web Pages!)

    Chatbots/chaffbot media noise (chaff) needs to be disregarded; Microsoft has no solid search strategy, just lots and lots of layoffs that never end this year (Microsoft distracts shareholders with chaffbot hype/vapourware each time a wave of layoffs starts, giving financial incentives for publishers to not even mention these; right now it’s GitHub again, with NDAs signed to hide that it is happening)

  3. Full RMS Talk ('A Tour of Malicious Software') Uploaded 10 Hours Ago

    The talk is entitled "A tour of malicious software, with a typical cell phone as example." Richard Stallman is speaking about the free software movement and your freedom. His speech is nontechnical. The talk was given on March 17, 2023 in Somerville, MA.

  4. Links 28/03/2023: KPhotoAlbum 5.10.0 and QSoas 3.2

    Links for the day

  5. The Rumours Were Right: Many More Microsoft Layoffs This Week, Another Round of GitHub Layoffs

    Another round of GitHub layoffs (not the first [1, 2]; won’t be the last) and many more Microsoft layoffs; this isn’t related to the numbers disclosed by Microsoft back in January, but Microsoft uses or misuses NDAs to hide what’s truly going on

  6. All of Microsoft's Strategic Areas Have Layoffs This Year

    Microsoft’s supposedly strategic/future areas — gaming (trying to debt-load or offload debt to other companies), so-called ‘security’, “clown computing” (Azure), and “Hey Hi” (chaffbots etc.) — have all had layoffs this year; it’s clear that the company is having a serious existential crisis in spite of Trump’s and Biden’s bailouts (a wave of layoffs every month this year) and is just bluffing/stuffing the media with chaffbots cruft (puff pieces/misinformation) to keep shareholders distracted, asking them for patience and faking demand for the chaffbots (whilst laying off Bing staff, too)

  7. Links 28/03/2023: Pitivi 2023.03 is Out, Yet More Microsoft Layoffs (Now in Israel)

    Links for the day

  8. IRC Proceedings: Monday, March 27, 2023

    IRC logs for Monday, March 27, 2023

  9. Links 27/03/2023: GnuCash 5.0 and Ubuntu 20.04 LTS on Phones

    Links for the day

  10. Links 27/03/2023: Twitter Source Code Published (But Not Intentionally)

    Links for the day

  11. IRC Proceedings: Sunday, March 26, 2023

    IRC logs for Sunday, March 26, 2023

  12. Links 26/03/2023: OpenMandriva ROME 23.03, Texinfo 7.0.3, and KBibTeX 0.10.0

    Links for the day

  13. The World Wide Web is a Cesspit of Misinformation. Let's Do Something About It.

    It would be nice to make the Web a safer space for information and accuracy (actual facts) rather than a “Safe Space” for oversensitive companies and powerful people who cannot tolerate criticism; The Web needs to become more like today's Gemini, free of corporate influence and all other forms of covert nuisance

  14. Ryan Farmer: I’m Back After WordPress.com Deleted My Blog Over the Weekend

    Reprinted with permission from Ryan

  15. Civil Liberties Threatened Online and Offline

    A “society of sheeple” (a term used by Richard Stallman last week in his speech) is being “herded” online and offline; the video covers examples both online and offline, the latter being absence of ATMs or lack of properly-functioning ATMs (a growing problem lately, at least where I live)

  16. Techrights Develops Free Software to Separate the Wheat From the Chaff

    In order to separate the wheat from the chaff we’ve been working on simple, modular tools that process news and help curate the Web, basically removing the noise to squeeze out the signal

  17. Links 26/03/2023: MidnightBSD 3.0 and FreeBSD 13.2 RC4

    Links for the day

  18. IRC Proceedings: Saturday, March 25, 2023

    IRC logs for Saturday, March 25, 2023

  19. Links 26/03/2023: More TikTok Bans

    Links for the day

  20. Links 25/03/2023: Gordon Moore (of Moore's Law) is Dead

    Links for the day

  21. Links 25/03/2023: Decade of Docker, Azure Broken Again

    Links for the day

  22. [Meme] Money Deducted in Payslips, But Nothing in Pensions

    Sirius ‘Open Source’ has stolen money from staff (in secret)

  23. IRC Proceedings: Friday, March 24, 2023

    IRC Proceedings: Friday, March 24, 2023

  24. The Corporate Media is Not Reporting Large-Scale Microsoft Layoffs (Too Busy With Chaffbot Puff Pieces), Leaks Required to Prove That More Layoffs Are Happening

    Just as we noted days ago, there are yet more Microsoft layoffs, but the mainstream media gets bribed to go “gaga” over vapourware and chaffbots (making chaff like “Bill Gates Says” pieces) instead of reporting actual news about Microsoft

  25. Sirius 'Open Source' Pensiongate: Time to Issue a Warrant of Arrest and Extradite the Fake 'Founder' of Sirius

    Sirius ‘Open Source’ is collapsing, but that does not mean that it can dodge accountability for crimes (e.g. money that it silently stole from its staff since at least 12 years ago)

  26. Links 24/03/2023: Microsoft's Fall on the Web and Many New Videos

    Links for the day

  27. IRC Proceedings: Thursday, March 23, 2023

    IRC logs for Thursday, March 23, 2023

  28. Links 24/03/2023: Social Control Media Bans Advancing

    Links for the day

  29. Links 24/03/2023: GNU Grep 3.10 and Microsoft Accenture in a Freefall

    Links for the day

  30. Links 23/03/2023: RSS Guard 4.3.3 and OpenBSD Webzine

    Links for the day

RSS 64x64RSS Feed: subscribe to the RSS feed for regular updates

Home iconSite Wiki: You can improve this site by helping the extension of the site's content

Home iconSite Home: Background about the site and some key features in the front page

Chat iconIRC Channel: Come and chat with us in real time

Recent Posts