June 7 2019
FBI Affidavit here: it's disgusting.
Ars Technica journalist Peter “Dr. Pizza” Bright was arrested and charged with attempted enticement of a minor in illegal sexual activity, according to a report published on June 7th, 2019 by the Daily Dot.
Bright, known via his Twitter handle Dr. Pizza, was accosted by the FBI after arranging to meet and engage in sexual activity with minors.
"BRIGHT used computers and/or telephones to communicate with an undercover FBI agent about arranging to engage in sexual activity with a purported nine-year old boy and a seven-year old girl, and attempted to meet with the boy and the girl to engage in sexual activity."
The statements were backed up by chatlogs captured from Jensen, who was posing as a mother of a seven-year-old girl and a nine-year-old boy.
In the chatlogs Bright reveals that he has an 11-year-old girl he’s been “teaching” in the Bronx, saying…
“I have a girl I’ve been teaching off and on for a couple of months now. But she’s in the Bronx, which makes the logistics much harder. As old as my princess? […]
“[…] I think masturbation and ,anal sex are probably my favourite subjects. Helping girls find those special places to touch, it’s very rewarding.”
The FBI are reportedly investigating the situation involving the 11-year-old in the Bronx, as the Daily Dot notes that Bright could be facing more serious charges, such as rape of a minor.
When the Daily Dot contacted the parent company of Ars Technica about Bright’s arrest, they proceeded to fire him.
Bright, however, has a long history of being anti-#GamerGate, and using his blue checkmark account on Twitter to rag on #GamerGate and accuse people of being pedophiles. This is despite the fact that in his Twitter profile he defines himself as poly/pan/pervy, and was a staunch supporter of feminism.
Ars Technica journalist Peter “Dr. Pizza” Bright was arrested and charged with attempted enticement of a minor in illegal sexual activity, according to a re
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