Authorities arrested a Texas A&M employee last month on child pornography. An FBI agent who worked on the case wrote in an affidavit that the alleged child sex predator used “pizza” as a pedophile code and cited that it’s a code word used by child sex predators. This bombshell story broke shortly before New Mexico’s attorney general announced a lawsuit against Meta, claiming child sex predators use pizza as a code to hide their criminal activity on Meta-owned social media platforms such as Instagram.
Authorities charged Clint Harnden from College Station, Texas, with receiving and possessing child pornography. The FBI arrested Harnden at his home on Nov. 11.
The Current Revolt obtained the FBI affidavit from FBI Special Agent, Dimitri L. Willis, who was assigned to the case. In that affidavit, Willis wrote that Harnden used the term “pizza” to discuss child sexual abuse material (CSAM). Also, Harnden posted on his Tumblr page: “Anyone give out free pizza today?”
In the affidavit, Willis stated that through his training and experience he knows that “pizza” and/or “cheese pizza” is a known slang/code-word used by individuals to discuss child porn.
“I know from my training and experience that ‘pizza’ and/or ‘cheese pizza’ is a known slang/code-word used by individuals to discuss CSAM in public forums without detection,” the report read.
This is not the first time authorities have busted and documented that a child sex predator used “pizza” as pedophile code. For instance, in January of this year a federal jury found a 41-year-old man from Blackfoot, Idaho guilty for distribution and possession of child pornography. U.S. Attorney Josh Hurwit announced the jury found Joseph Hornof guilty of two counts of distribution of child pornography and one count of possession of child pornography. The detective’s case file detailed that Hornof would refer to the girls as “pizza” and state how old the “cheese” was to reveal their ages, according to East Idaho News. Also, Hornof allegedly used the code term “cheese pizza” when referring to sexually explicit videos of children he sent.
Also, in October of 2017, federal prosecutors announced that a corrections officer had been charged with receiving child pornography. Prosecutors arrested Stephen Salamak in Lodi, New Jersey after he posted on Craigslist that he was looking for women and moms that were into “cheese pizza”.
The criminal complaint posted on the Department of Justice’s website read: “During and after the search of the residence, and after being advised of his Miranda rights, defendant SALAMAK admitted to law enforcement officers, among other things, in substance and in part, that (1) he placed the Craigslist advertisement referenced in paragraph 2 above and that ‘Cheese Pizza’ was a reference to child pornography.”
Earlier this month, New Mexico Democrat Attorney General Raul Torrez filed a lawsuit against Meta, including the company’s wholly-owned subsidiaries Facebook and Instagram, and CEO Mark Zuckerberg, to protect children from sexual abuse, online solicitation and human trafficking.
“Our investigation into Meta’s social media platforms demonstrates that they are not safe spaces for children but rather prime locations for predators to trade child pornography and solicit minors for sex,” Torrez said in a press release.
The lawsuit revealed that child sex predators use pizza as a code to hide their criminal activity on Meta-owned social media platforms such as Instagram. Earlier this year, The Wall Street Journal reported that researchers found that Instagram enabled people to connect them to accounts that used terms to advertise child-sex material for sale and that pedophilic accounts use the cheese pizza emoji as pedophile code and some of these accounts “bore the indications of sex trafficking.”
Despite efforts from the mainstream media and Deep State bad actors to conceal the fact that pizza is a pedophile code word, the truth has finally come out and it’s going mainstream. It’s no longer up for debate, pizza is a pedophile code word.