Skip to comments.Cody Wilson and the 3-D Printed Gun Taken Down
Posted on 10/01/2018 2:45:03 AM PDT by vannrox
the 3-D Printed Gun Taken Down
This is what happens if you go up against the state and you have a degree of notorietyyou get framed, or set-up for a fall and a lifetime of shame.
Thats what happened to Cody Wilson, the guy who invented the 3-D printed gun. He was arrested in Taiwan, accused of sexual assaulting a 16-year old girl in Texas.
From The New York Times:
Mr. Wilson, 30, is accused of taking a girl he met via the website SugarDaddyMeet.com to a hotel in Austin on Aug. 15, having sex with her and paying her $500 in cash.
The purpose of this dating website is plainly obvious, as its domain name demonstrates. Women looking to hook up with a sugar daddy, in other words women looking for an older man with money or simply engaging in prostitution, as appears to be what happened in the case of Cody Wilson.
Mr. Wilson could be blocked from owning a firearm for life if convicted, legal experts said. He faces a sentence of up to 20 years, Austin officials said on Wednesday.
Bingo. Blocked from using firearms and, of course, 3D printing them. Cody Wilson has been a thorn in the side of an establishment hard at work attempting to destroy the Second Amendment, so he had to be taken down.
I wouldnt be surprised if this unnamed supposedly 16-year old girl is in fact an adult out to entrap Wilson. It certainly wouldnt be the first time.
Then again, this may be exactly as the state of Texas describes it. Maybe Wilson is a pedo. I dont claim to know one way or the other.
On the other hand, this wouldnt be the first time a minor passed herself off as an adult, had consensual sex, and then turned around and accused the man of rape or sexual assault, which this is obviously not.
If Wilson gets himself a good attorney, he will argue that the girl committed fraud by passing herself off as an adultif that is indeed the caseand at worst Wilson will be convicted of soliciting a prostitute. In the case of consenting adults, engaging a private business transaction mutually beneficial to the parties involved should not be a crime. The state should not be allowed to use it monopoly of violence to dictate who Cody Wilson or any other adult can have sex with, so long as the other party is an adult and the transaction is consensual.
I believe Cody Wilson was set-up, just like Scott Ritter, the former chief United Nations weapons inspector who came out against the engineered mass killing of Iraqis.
From the Times-Union back in 2014:
A vocal critic of the 2003 invasion of Iraq, Ritter has resumed his trenchant writing on U.S. policy in the Middle East: He has authored at least three online articles for Huffington Post since October, including one warning that the creation of a U.S.-backed Free Syrian Army represents a figment of American creative thinking.
Ritter was entrapped in order to shut him up.
Police said that he had tried to lure a 16-year-old girlactually a Colonie undercover officer posing onlineto a Burger King in Menands. That case was later adjourned in contemplation of dismissalessentially droppedand the record was sealed. At the time, Ritter suggested that the case was a smear campaign designed to silence him.
His crime? Masturbating before a webcam being viewed by an undercover officer who was posing as a 15-year-old girl.
Millions of men watch these pornographic webcam performancesincluding those supposedly performed by teenagersand yet few are arrested.
But then they arent Scott Ritter, a prominent critic of US foreign policy, or Cody Wilson who believes the Second Amendment means what it says.
A lot of people slammed him for the horrific crime of sleeping with a girl who lied about her age as if he’s supposed to be psychic.
A lot of people have convicted him just for being charged.
Nothing have been proven yet.
Punishment by process.
A old saying you might be found innocent but you well not survive the ride.
Another old saying is to keep it in your pants if you aren’t married.
Lust has always been a crap shoot.
Another validation of a form of “The Pence Rule.” Maybe the feds had him in their sights and were lying in wait with deals in place with sugardaddy.com and all the rest — but he went to sugardaddy.com. Don’t go to sugardaddy.com when you’re on the front page of the news. *shrugging shoulders emoji*
Who brought the complaint? Why?
Sin is sin. However, the one throwing the stones seem to be using the click bait ?victim”. Or did she just want more than $500.? Did she send a letter to a senator? This stinks, not to high heaven, bit the other direction. Repent!
If you’re a target, you get put into websites to frame you, your computer gets images and emails that frame you, your car’s computers run red lights.
Millions have already downloaded the plans. The animals have left the barn.
Too late for the anti-gunners. The prints are everywhere.
>>I believe Cody Wilson was set-up, just like Scott Ritter, the former chief United Nations weapons inspector who came out against the engineered mass killing of Iraqis.
Scott Ritter got caught up several times. There is suspicion that Scott flipped against his earlier claims of weapons because he was being blackmailed by Saddam Hussein.
Saddam Hussein is known to have had rape rooms in his country used to humiliate victims and torture political prisoners by raping (or even disemboweling) their family members.
It's not like only one person in the world could have ever created their own plans.
She told it to a therapist who is required by law to report it.
Juvenile delinquents of the 50’s made their zip guns out of car antennas, blocks of wood, a nail and rubber bands.
HARDLY hi-tech. What’s the big deal??
In fact, don’t go to SugarDaddy.com EVER!
Stay off websites that include the words “sugar daddy”.
Well, this shite should help keep conservatives morally and ethically straight. If we claim a cleaner game, we better damn well play a cleaner game.
“Stay off websites that include the words sugar daddy.”
But that now includes Free Republic (thanks to this thread)!
I don’t know whether Cody Wilson was framed or set-up:
- Framed would be if he did nothing illegal - perhaps met up with the girl and backed off once he saw she looked young, or perhaps even was lured to that hotel/motel under false pretenses, but no sex with a minor.
- Set up would be if he regularly visited that site, and an anti-gun leftist hired a PI to follow him for one of those “encounters” and got his user ID that way, or hacked his computer, or got the info from his Internet provider; in any case, knowing his weakness and his online ID, they could then dangle a willing girl to entrap him into a felony.
Either way, he’s in deep trouble. If he was set up, and not by a government agent, then he’s guilty of a felony, and he’s going to be convicted. If he’s innocent and being framed, I imagine the outcome will be the same. It’s a shame for the digital firearms movement that he wasn’t able to avoid this.
>>Well, this shite should help keep conservatives morally and ethically straight. If we claim a cleaner game, we better damn well play a cleaner game.
And I’m wondering what his girl friend thinks about all this.
“Another old saying is to keep it in your pants if you arent married.
Lust has always been a crap shoot.”
As a (general) rule the longer one keeps the Small head thinking for the Big head, the more trouble one can expect.
Somehow that term always makes me think of Sugar Bear, and Super Sugar Crisp cereal.
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