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Thousands of Child Rape Photos Traded Out of Bill Gates' Mansion

“They’ll get sort of addicted, and then we’ll somehow figure out how to collect sometime in the next decade.”

--Bill Gates



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Summary: Bill Gates finds himself under scrutiny as people who are very close to him turn out to be making money from pedophilia

MR. GATES AND THE Gates Foundation are not going to comment on this incident. The 'brand' would be hurt. Distancing itself would be wise, but to dissociate from the crime would not be trivial.



"The amusing thing -- not that child abuse is in any way amusing -- is that he actually uses Google (not Microsoft) at Gates' home."We already wrote many articles about how Bill Gates gets children addicted to malware (like a drug dealer), but his staff goes further by trading pedophilia out of Gates' own home. The amusing thing -- not that child abuse is in any way amusing -- is that he actually uses Google (not Microsoft) at Gates' home. The British press has this to say:

An engineer employed at the home of Bill and Melinda Gates has been charged with possession of child porn after he was discovered to have more than 6,000 images depicting rape and sexual abuse.

Rick Allen Jones, 51, of Seattle, allegedly had thousands of images stashed on his home computer, according to court documents this week.


Here is what the press in Seattle (close and in some ways connected to Gates) wrote about this incident. The American press speaks of this interesting bit:

Jones has not been jailed, but he is ordered to stay away from all children.


Get this.

No jail after trading thousands of photos of child rape. If it was legal, Gates' Corbis would probably have monetised that too. Perhaps -- just perhaps -- being close to Gates contributed to this (knowing politicians and having secret access to the system helps). Gates never ends up in jail, no matter how many crimes and how severe the crime he commits (there are many examples like this photography business, not just driving violations). Gates himself got arrested in the past, but he was rich enough to pay his way out of jail. Moreover, this is not the first time that Gates employs criminals (at a very high level even) who go to prison or even kill people. Examples were given here before.

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