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The Munich Declaration of the Duties and Rights of Journalists The responsibility of journalists vis-a-vis the public has precedence over any other responsibility, in particular towards their employers and the public power.[A journalist's duties include] respecting the truth no matter what consequences it may bring about to him, ...defending the freedom of information, of commentaries and of criticism, [and] not suppressing essential information.(and other message boards) is illegitimate because people are rushing to conclusions, or because they are being paranoid, or partisan (despite so many of different political complexions provably working together).



After all, what step-grandmother would offer three innocent children up for group abuse? Representative for North Carolina's 3rd congressional district; in DC he's regarded as the absurd caricature of a do-gooder, i.e. For example, did you know James Alefantis, listed 49th "most influential" person in DC by GQ, chef and White House regular, boyfriend of David Brock, owner of Comet Ping Pong, had an Instagram account filled with references to and depictions of child abuse and torture?This is how invitee Drew Littman answers the invitation: If you aren't aware, Walter B. Indeed it's not just the If that surprises you, did you know Arun Rao was caught "liking" several of Alefantis' creepiest toddler Instagram posts?Again, that could be dismissed - only there's all this context, and the fact Mr Rao is a Assistant US attorney, and charged with prosecuting child pornography and abuse.Therefore, given the sheer amount of leaked emails, and the suspected phenomenon's scale and repartition, it is likely the data dumps (Podesta and other Wikileaks, Guccifer 1/2, DNCLeaks, etc.) provide some clue to the problem.

Therefore, they should be investigated thoroughly under than particular lens, and suspicions need to be corroborated with other (and previously) known facts.

So, my fellow journalists, why aren't you all looking into this?