Across the country brave individuals provide a much needed service to society by launching undercover stings to ensnare child predators. These vigilante groups pose as children online and allow the predators to do all the talking as not to entrap them before scheduling a meeting and exposing the pedophiles.
The template for these encounters usually involves the alleged pedophile showing up to meet who they think is a child, and meeting the pedophile hunter instead. This is the same method employed by the highly popular show To Catch a Predator.
A recent video from one of these undercover busts shows that those who claim to keep you safe online — are often those who prey on children.
Meet Jeren Miles, the now-former manager of community development at Meta, Facebook's parent company. Though this was his former job title, you will no longer be able to verify it as his profile has since been scrubbed from the platform in a likely attempt by Facebook to cover up his crimes. But unlike Facebook execs, the internet does not forget.
According to an amateur video by a pedophile hunting group, on top of his job at Meta, Miles also has an affinity for little boys.
The group, "Predator Catchers Indianapolis" busted Miles in a hotel room and this alleged pedophile spilled the beans in a several minutes long video confession. During the confession, Miles identified himself as the “manager of community development” at Meta before going on to admit to multiple crimes.
Andy Ngo was in contact with the group from Indianapolis who reported the following:
Miles, 35, allegedly communicated sexually explicit texts with a person who said they were a 13-year-old boy. He allegedly made plans for the boy to meet him at Le Meridien Columbus hotel, which is how and where the "Predator Catchers" group interviewed him.
Miles serves on the board of directors for LGBTQ+ group, Equality California. He has since completely deleted his social media accounts on LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. Miles previously worked as the Director of Community Affairs for Lyft, according to an archive on LinkedIn.
As the interrogation continues, Miles admits that he sent sexually explicit messages to undercover vigilantes but who he thought was a 13-year-old boy.
“I was flirting, I was talking to him,” Miles told group, but said “there was never any intention of meeting up with him.”
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This was not true, however. Later in the interrogation, Miles admitted that he actually had arranged to meet with the child, going so far as to suggest an Uber and telling the person he believed to be a 13-year-old boy that, “I gave information, I gave a location.”
The group went on to scold Miles telling him that he "hurts people" and this was likely not his "first time" doing this before. They also read some of the texts this high level Facebook employee was sending to the person he thought was a child, which were utterly disgusting.
The Daily Caller New Foundation reported that they reached out to Meta to confirm Miles' identity and employment with the company. Meta actually responded and told the DCNF that he was no longer employed with the company.
“The seriousness of these allegations cannot be overstated,” the spokesperson told the DCNF. “The individual is no longer employed with the company. We are actively investigating this situation and cannot provide further comment at this time.”
Below is the entire two hour long video.
As TFTP has reported, Facebook is one of the most censor-happy platforms on the planet. For the last two years, they have been openly banning doctors, scientists, and other experts for merely challenging the narrative who are usually proven right months later.
As they dedicated massive amounts of resources to stopping people from questioning big pharma, sexual exploitation of 7-10 year olds exploded in 2021 with a 300% increase on their platform and others.
As Facebook moves the needle on censorship of free speech to an all time high, last year, they were sued in the Texas Supreme Court for allowing child predators to groom and recruit children for sex-trafficking.
The group sued Facebook for negligence and product liability, saying that Facebook failed to warn about or attempt to prevent sex trafficking from taking place on its internet platforms. The suits also alleged that Facebook benefited from the sexual exploitation of trafficking victims, according to a report in the Houston Chronicle.
As this case illustrates, it is apparently so easy, even their top employees are getting in on the sadistic practice. Shameful indeed.