Every MHRA should read this bulletin about the IC3

August 27, 2014 By Paul Elam —0 Comments


Occasionally, we see people show up online in various places: Social media platforms, YouTube, websites, etc. who appear to be genuinely threatening or dangerous. Without going into any detail, we discovered one of these individuals recently and took action on it. That process led us to a valuable resource that MHRAs should have for when they encounter this sort of thing: A place to quickly report what may be genuine threats to the FBI which occur on the internet.

Of course, in the case of “MHRAs” who are conducting themselves in very suspicious ways, we never know if they are just feminists running a false flag. I am sure it would not be the first time. Either way, if someone even on the periphery of our realm appears to be seriously disturbed and might pose a real problem, we want to take action on it. If it is a feminist, we want them to get a knock on the door, and if it is some sick and misguided person that imagines they are an MHRA, we want them to get a knock on the door.

Here is a excerpt from the about page on the reporting website:


The IC3 was established as a partnership between the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C) to receive Internet related criminal complaints and to further research, develop, and refer the criminal complaints to federal, state, local, or international law enforcement and/or regulatory agencies for any investigation they deem to be appropriate.

And here is a link to their reporting form:

http://www.ic3in.gov/default.aspx

Needless to say, this is not a page for reporting rude tweets, nasty ad hom comments, or anything else that might give your average feminist PTSD. It is for what you consider to be a possible genuine threat. Please use it wisely. But if you need to, please use it. Thanks.