This story was from early December, but I missed it then. It’s important so I’m printing it now.


Sony Interactive Entertainment fired George Cacioppo, a senior vice president in its engineering division, after he allegedly appeared in a YouTube pedophilia sting video.

YouTube channel People vs. Preds, which streamed the encounter Friday, is a vigilante group that conducts amateur sting operations to expose alleged predators. Cacioppo is accused of inviting a 15-year-old boy over for sex over Grindr and text messages, according to People vs. Preds. Sony told CNET Sunday that Cacioppo had been “terminated from employment.”

George Cacioppo, former Sony VP.

Just yesterday I wrote about a Facebook “Manager of Community Development,” getting caught in another amateur pedo sting. Weird, right? There are so many pedophiles at these corporations that amateurs have the ability to snag them. And yet the police seem entirely disinterested in this. Too busy hunting down goy-peasants for speaking mean words online. Or running over unarmed protesters who dared set foot in Ottawa and then bragging about it.

Cacioppo worked at Sony on its PlayStation Network, according to his LinkedIn profile. He’d been with the company for more than eight years before his termination. People vs. Preds’ video shows a cameraperson approaching a home in the dark, with Cacioppo, wearing a PlayStation 5 T-shirt, reportedly standing outside. When the cameraperson confronts the man, he walks back into the house and shuts the door. People vs. Preds also published chat logs wherein Cacioppo appears to inviting a person, pretending to be a 15-year-old, over for sexual acts.

This middle aged goof answers the door with his own company’s product logo on his chest. I guess, from a perverts perspective, it could make some sense, considering he was trying to appeal to a fifteen year old, but I wouldn’t be surprised if this pedo bugcreature just walks around with this shirt on in his day to day life.

A People vs. Preds representative told Kotaku that it turned over evidence to police after posting the video publicly. “The police department doesn’t work with ‘Cyber groups’ like us,” the representative said. “That’s when the internet takes over.”

The police do not give a single fuck how much evidence you collect of a pedophile planning to rape young boys. They do not care. If you collect evidence of the goyim wrongspeaking online though, that they will snap into action for.

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