Sex attacker chasing Stinson Hunter is also ready to take on the Crown Prosecution Service and the Police on ‘how they are helping or failing you’
Lead vigilante in Channel 4 documentary The Paedophile Hunter has revealed plans of a new project.
Despite being run over by an alleged sex attacker Stinson Hunter will continue his controversial work.
Plans listed on a cloud-funding site state the the 31-year-old and his team will make more documentaries on different ‘areas in the news’, as well as ‘feature length films based on ideas and things that inspire them’, and even a film on the Crown Prosecution Service.
The latter is a ‘documentary on the CPS and the police and how they work, how they are helping you, failing you and what could be improved’.
Hunter and his team have come under fire from police and many organisations for their work.
Speaking on This Morning yesterday, Stinson explained their last project in great detail.
He told Phillip Schofield and Amanda Holden that his team doesn’t contact the men involved in last night’s controversial documentary, he said: “I don’t really find them. What we do it we set up a profile with a girl who is over the age of 18… when they get a message and respond saying we’re only aged 13. Then it is up to them. We never contact them, we wait for them to contact us.”
The ‘new project’ will look at how ‘different organisation’ work.
He states: “Given our extensive dealings with these organisation we have experienced a lot of troubling things that we feel need to be addressed publicly and for changes to be made.”
“Five years ago, I began a project. Using only my laptop, a camera and a Facebook page, I set out to expose the threat to our children from online predators.
“Early on, I met my soul mate, Grime, the person who would take on this adventure with me. Using online profiles of fake underage children, we attempted to lure predators out from behind their online personas and into carefully constructed, and filmed real life meetings with me. In these stings, I confronted these men – and the world – with evidence of what they had done, and then I handed them over to the police.
“Our original goals have been hit; the lack of Internet safety for our children has been brought to the attention of not only you, but the media and the authorities, we have been labeled as vigilantes of the cyber era; risking life and limb to protect the public. But now it’s time for something new, there are other issues that need our attention.”
On the site Stinson and his team have asked for £10,000 for the new project.
So far they have raised over £13,500.
Here are their goals listed on the cloud-funding site, which include a follow up documentary with unseen extras and even a piece on the CPS and how they carry out their work.
- Creating our own stay safe online campaign designed to be shown on the Internet, schools, youth clubs, homes and parent meetings.
- Our own documentary that we are currently editing together that was filmed alongside our Channel 4 Documentary which will be packed with unseen extras
- A documentary on the CPS and the Police and how they work, how they are helping you, failing you and what could be improved. Given our extensive dealings with these organisation we have experienced a lot of troubling things that we feel need to be addressed publicly and for changes to be made.
- Full length documentaries on areas in the news that we feel need more exposure and may be being buried by the wider media.
- Feature length films based on ideas and things that inspire us
Watch the full interview on This Morning’s website.In last night’s documentary it was revealed that Hunter has helped secure 10 convictions against men who have attempted to groom young girls for sex.
by Danny Walker Daily Mirror