Inactive Nathan Larson / Tisane / Lysander / Leucosticte - Creepy pedo "incel" LOLbertarian Putin and Breivik lovechild.

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StraightShooter2

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New details revealed in alleged white supremacist pedophile’s plot to kidnap Fresno girl​




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Some new bits and pieces here.

First up the feds aren't fucking around with this one and are real eager to get their hands on him. Dismis the state case (without prejudice) so the feds can jump on him. He's facing three life sentences plus 50 years, I doubt he's going to get away with a slap on the wrist (probably more likely a shiv in the back).

He convinced the girl over to his fucked up sites rather than picking one already there, there is proof he got her to provide him CP and the fact he couldn't keep himself from molesting a child in a public place while trying to keep a low profile.
Compared to Ted Bundy, he's just a sad loser and a "beta" - Bundy had been raping and murdering women and young girls for a long time before he got caught - this guy tries to molest 1 girl and he gets busted on his first try - he can't even do that right, lmao.

So even at being a monster and a sociopathatic bastard, he still fails and would be regarded as a laughing stock and lightweight by the likes of Bundy, Gacy, Dahmer, Manson, and company.
 

Coccxys

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Fresno DA dismisses case against accused kidnapper and pedophile, but for good reason​


The Fresno County District Attorney’s Office dismissed charges against accused kidnapper and pedophile Nathan Larson on Wednesday. But Larson isn’t getting out of jail anytime soon.

The DA’s office agreed to hand the case over to the U.S. Attorney’s office for prosecution. Larson is accused of plotting to kidnap a 12-year-old Fresno girl and take her to Catlett, Virginia, where he lives and ran for state political office in 2017.

Larson, an accountant and advocate for pedophilia, did not appear in Fresno County Superior Court on Wednesday; he is under the coronavirus quarantine at the county jail.

Still, the criminal case against him proceeded. Midori Howo, chief deputy district attorney, requested that the charges against Larson be dismissed without prejudice and Judge Michael Idiart approved it.

Larson is expected to be arraigned in Fresno federal court in the coming days.

Larson was indicted by a federal grand jury in Fresno on Jan. 28 and charged with kidnapping, transportation of a minor with the intent to engage in illegal sexual activity, coercion and enticement of a minor, sexual exploitation of a minor, and receipt and distribution of material involving the sexual exploitation of minors.

If convicted on all counts, he faces a maximum of three life sentences plus 50 years.

Court documents revealed that Larson prowled social media platforms used by young people to scout for potential victims. He groomed his Fresno victim for months before convincing her to run away with him.

He was caught at the Denver International Airport on Dec. 14 after the girl’s parents reported her missing and law enforcement agencies in several states began looking for them.

According to the criminal complaint, the 12-year-old told investigators that Larson’s plan was to take her virginity and get her pregnant by 13.

Larson served 14 months of a 16-month sentence in federal prison in 2008 for threatening to kill the president. At the time, George Bush was outgoing and Barack Obama was elected in November of that year.

Larson remains in the Fresno County Jail with bail set at $200,000.

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As expected state DA has handed him over to the feds.
 

Coccxys

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Pedophile accused of kidnapping Fresno girl appears for bail hearing. Here’s what happened​

Nathan Larson, the Virginia man facing federal charges for allegedly kidnapping a 12-year-old Fresno girl, was ordered to be held without bond on Monday by federal Magistrate Judge Stanley A. Boone.

Larson, 40, will remain in the Fresno County jail while he awaits the criminal case against him.

An accountant and admitted pedophile, Larson pleaded not guilty on Thursday to charges of kidnapping, transportation of a minor with the intent to engage in illegal sexual activity, coercion and enticement of a minor, sexual exploitation of a minor, and receipt and distribution of material involving the sexual exploitation of minors.

If convicted on all counts, Larson faces a maximum of three life sentences plus 50 years.

Court records show Larson found the girl by perusing through social media sites. After months of grooming, he convinced her to be with him in Virginia. He carefully arranged to pick her up in Fresno so they could fly back to his home in Catlett, Virginia, investigators say.

He and the girl were stopped at the Denver International Airport on Dec. 14. He was arrested and she was later returned to her family.

Fresno County District Attorney Lisa Smittcamp was prepared to prosecute Larson, but in the interest of justice she agreed to hand the case over to the U.S. Attorney’s Office.

Larson was indicted by a federal grand jury on on Jan. 28. He is expected appear before Magistrate Judge Sheila K. Oberto on April 21 for a status conference at 1 p.m. in courtroom 7.

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New information is he's now being held without bond by the feds. Apparently pled not guilty so we might get a pro se defence saga or at least an increasingly alcoholic public defender trying to do something with this mess.
 
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StraightShooter2

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Pedophile accused of kidnapping Fresno girl appears for bail hearing. Here’s what happened​



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New information is he's now being held without bond by the feds. Apparently pled not guilty so we might get a pro se defence saga or at least an increasingly alcoholic public defender trying to do something with this mess.
Not much new news on him yet; maybe the worst for him will come after the sentencing:

 

BlancoMailo

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Not much new news on him yet; maybe the worst for him will come after the sentencing:

Don't forget to archive articles: https://archive.md/91Kux

If you or someone you know have ever encountered inappropriate contact with Larson, you are asked to contact Fresno County sheriff’s Lt. Brandon Pursell at 559-600-8029 or brandon.pursell@fresnosheriff.org, or Sgt. Chad Stokes at 559-600-8144 or chad.stokes@fresnosheriff.org.
Sgt. Chad taking down the incels.

I love this timeline.
 

Trollpedia

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Nathan Larson pleading not guilty to all charges.

If anyone is wondering what his main defence is, @Abd on Reddit spilled the beans.
Just that what occurred may not have been a kidnapping. But unlawful transport. I don't wonder that the charge was made, because of appearance and possibility. But Larson does not appear to have deceived her. We assume that be knew her age. Because of her profile, she believed he knew her age, but it is possible that he overlooked it. It doesn't matter a lot, because adult sex with a minor under the age of consent is still statutory rape.

He is basically going to argue the girl met him voluntarily and he did not abduct her and possibly argue he forgot her age. A bunch of lies - but Lomax is still defending him and coming up with this bullshit.

Abd Lomax also defending child pornography:


"devices that measure penile erection have shown normal males have a response to child porn"

What a sick-fuck old man.

" Research with devices that measure penile erection have shown that normal males have a response to child porn. Admitting attraction is not admitting pedophilia, but the popular usage makes it seem so. I was aware that Larson c!aimed to be a hebephile, and he actually explains it as reliving his early sexuality, attraction to girls his age. Yet he also expressed his real preference, then, for slightly podgy mature women. Like those he married.

He had no history, then, of sexual behavior with underage women. So his claim to be a hebephile may have been yet another saying without substance, for polemic and political purpose. If he had confessed a situation where he would have had opportunity to have sexual contact with underage children, I'd have not only strongly disapproved, but would have reported it to child protective authorities.
 

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TherapyMan

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Anybody know why it's taking so long for Nathan Larson to get a trial?
Court proceedings, especially in federal court, take an extremely long amount of time and are operating even slower under COVID-19. Larson was only detained two months ago. He won't go to trial for months, even potentially more than a year. If you want the most recent update to the Court on the case as of mid-April, see attached. Recently, Larson appears to be trying to proceed pro se and have an in-person trial—a terrible idea for his case, see attached for the motion and his handwritten letter.

According to the Minute Report of the conference held on April 30, the Court denied his motion to proceed pro se. The Court then scheduled a competency exam for 05/19/2021 and another hearing for 06/17/2021.
 

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StraightShooter2

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Court proceedings, especially in federal court, take an extremely long amount of time and are operating even slower under COVID-19. Larson was only detained two months ago. He won't go to trial for months, even potentially more than a year. If you want the most recent update to the Court on the case as of mid-April, see attached. Recently, Larson appears to be trying to proceed pro se and have an in-person trial—a terrible idea for his case, see attached for the motion and his handwritten letter.

According to the Minute Report of the conference held on April 30, the Court denied his motion to proceed pro se. The Court then scheduled a competency exam for 05/19/2021 and another hearing for 06/17/2021.
Well the longer he has to wait for a trial, the higher the odds are of him being shanked in his cell before the trial even begins.
 

AnOminous

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Recently, Larson appears to be trying to proceed pro se and have an in-person trial—a terrible idea for his case, see attached for the motion and his handwritten letter.
He's so thoroughly despicable they'll drop the prison on him.
 

Fareal

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Yes, the contents of the handwritten letter display clearly why he should definitely represent himself in court. This will go really well for him.
 

TinaP

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Yes, the contents of the handwritten letter display clearly why he should definitely represent himself in court. This will go really well for him.
I found it on page 4 of 14 on the 27 April 2021 document but it's written in very faded pencil and hard to make out, I don't suppose anyone has transcribed it via OCR for easier reading?
 

deepFriedBaka

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I subjected myself to the torture of reading Nathan's shitty handwriting and made a Pastebin transcript. The thing will probably be taken down anyway, so the actual text is in the spoiler below (and I've attached the text file in the post). Took me two hours to write and it's not perfect, but it's the best I can do.

Of course Larson thinks that Covid is a "mild flu-like virus." I hope that if he gets it, he's one of the unlucky ones.



? = unsure
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
EASTERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA
23 April 2021
Case No. 1:21: cv - 00022
NONE-SKO

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,
Plaintiff

v.

NATHAN DANIEL LARSON,
Defendant

----

MOTION 1: DEFENDANT'S MOTION TO PROCEED PRO SE
I, Nathan Larson, defendant, move to exercise my right under Farerra[?] v. California to represent myself in these proceedings.
I meet the minimum standards of literacy to proceed pro se, having earned a bachelor's degree in management from George Mason University and been employed as a Certified Public Accountant for several years. I have written articles, about subjects such as federal law, that were awarded "good article" or "featured article" status by the Wikipedia community, and have also written editorials that were published in newspapers and organizational newsletters, including a Richmond Times Dispatch Correspondence-of-the-Day.
I am prepared to answer questions in a Faretta colloquy[?] about the current court proceedings, in which I face kidnapping, transportation, enticement, exploitation and pornography charges punishable by lengthy prison terms, supervised release, fines, special assessments, loss of civil rights[?] etc.
In addition to doing research, I also gained valuable experience through the "school of hard knocks" as a defendant in a prior federal criminal case, including two supervised release revocations, which taught[?] me a lot about how the law works and what pitfalls are to be avoided.
The two cases have some similarities. A comparison of my experiences representing myself is being represented by counsel, combined with conflicts I am having with counsel in this case, which are reminiscent of conflicts I had with counsel in the other case, reinforce my belief that self-representation would serve my interests (as I conserve[?] them) best.
I began drafting a "Defendant's notice that this is a test case and/or a case involving civil disobedience" in support of this motion and to help rebut any claim that I am incompetent, but since the statements I would have needed to make to explain my motives and thought processes might have worked against my wish to hold this government to its burden of proof, I decided to save that information for the sentencing stage (if any).

Sincerely,
[Nathan's signature]
Nathan Larson, defendant
MOTION 2: DEFENDANT'S MOTION TO HOLD PROCEEDINGS IN PERSON AND WITHOUT FACE MASKS
I, Nathan Larson, defendant, move that the court hold proceedings in person and without face masks.
Appellate courts tend to give some deference to the findings and exercises of discretion made by district courts because they know that reading a written record is no substitute for being present in person to observe everything that might tend shed light on relevant facts and indicate what would be the proper decisions. The traditional courtroom design is optimized for this purpose.
In-person appearances without masks allow nonverbal cues such as demeanor expression gestures, and so on to communicate thoughts, reactions, nuance, shades of meaning, and so on. This can provide additional information about the person who is being questioned and[?] judged e.g, as is their personality, or since [?].
Nonverbal communication can also help court proceedings be more orderly and fair, as parties can signal attentiveness or distrust, or having something to say, without interrupting a speaker. One's eyes can scan the room to quickly take in simultaneous reactions, which might not be possible on a relatively small video screen, much less in a teleconference.
My main objection to videoconferencing is that it creates an uneven playing field. I am shackled up in front of a laptop I'm not allowed to touch while other parties have full freedom to use their (possibly higher-powered) personal or office computers to do online research, check the latest case-related emails, find and retrieve documents at the push of a button, chat privately, and maintain better situational awareness through their ability to operate the videoconferencing app's various features rather than passively watching wherever is served up to them as they sit in chains.
If we were in a physical courtroom, everyone would have relatively equal access to resources. For example, if someone cracked open a paper copy of the rules of criminal procedure to make a point, I could ask to look at it. But I can't view or scroll through other people's screens, or have comparable access to the kinds of books or other materials they might be flipping through in the comfort of their homes or offices, where they have convenient access to everything they might need in a space set aside for their work and configured as they see fit.
As a detained defendant, I already fare disadvantages when I'm preparing for upcoming court proceedings, in that I lack unfettered access to resources that could help me make a stronger case. For example, a jailhouse law library will not have access to Google, Wikipedia, or similar general research sites, or to the archives of criminal defense attorney organizations, or to academic databases with collections or law journal articles. Nor is a detained defendant easily and quickly able to communicate with his supporters. Videoconferencing creates even more of a digital divide by allowing other parties to the case access to such resources in real time during court proceedings, making it easier for me to get outmaneuvered.
When proceedings are held at the courthouse, it gives the defendant and his attorney one last opportunity to get over[?] [?] [?] together before court stuff, and during court they can pass documents back and forth, all needed, and whisper together briefly, without without needing to call for a total halt in the proceedings to go into an electronic breakout room. The defendant can see what documents are under discussion and avoid getting confused by references to documents that are not in front of him. Given the logistical delay and inconvenience involved in arranging jailhouse meetings or sending documents to or from the jail, every chance to get together in person at the courthouse can be valuable in making the process go more smoothly and speedily.
In the corporate world, it is considered best practice is hold important or difficult conversations such as performance reviews in person. Criminal proceedings fall into an analogous [?] exception even [?] since self-representation are passing judgement on as individuals allowed behavior, and deciding what punishment, if any, to impose, including possibly incarceration[?]
Psychologically, it is easier to treat harshly a person one does not need to be physically present with and look in the eye. We know this from how people behave on the Internet, or how customer service at a drive through or over the phone is often worse than customer service in person. Videoconferences and teleconferences are dehumanizing; in the former, the screen flattens people in two dimensions, eliminating some nuance from the situation, while in the latter, the defendant is reduced to a voice on a phone and name on a piece of paper, removing some of the reminders that he is a living, breathing, and feeling human being instead of an abstract concept. Some information about his unique qualities is absent when the visual cues are removed.
The dignity of the proceedings is upheld better by appearing in person in a courtroom with the traditional ceremony and emblems of power, signifying that like the U.S. Mail, the court will not allow the ordinary kinds of adverse circumstance to stop its officers from carrying out their duties as usual, because they are intrepid and determined, chosen for dedication to their mission and expected to uphold it. A court that does not allow a mind flu-like virus to disrupt its routines will command more respect, as the public may logically believe that some kind of courage could also help the court fearlessly apply the law in the face of pressures not to, such as what exist [?].
Indeed, the courts are under a lot of pressure to let a largely self-regulating class of "experts" dictate their actions with regard to the coronavirus and many other issues. Since scientists' funding and career advancement is often tied to politics, the "scientific consensus" as expressed in public research findings has to be taken with a grain of salt. Not only is this establishment capable of having a political agenda that its members are expected to go along with, but sometimes it also has to bow to the politicians' will to maintain privileged position, leaving the judiciary as the last remaining possible check, especially when the public's ability to assemble and petition has been limited by public health measures imposed by the state.
The coronavirus's dangers have been exaggerated in a way that is reminiscent of the "reefer madness" scares after cannabis. Scientists used to say that ext[?] killed brain cells, based on experiments in which huge amounts of cannabis smoke was forced on primates, even though many of us knew intelligent people who smoked pot. Eventually it was shown that pot acted in a nontoxic way on the brain through a cannabinoid receptor system, but not sell after decades of production. The federal government blocked a lot of research into cannabis's modern uses, so it was hard to change its final status.
There are a lot of statistics being released about coronavirus cases, but few of us know some personally, or even a friend of a friend, with a serious case. My sister tested positive for it, but experienced only mild cold symptoms which could have been due to any illness she was suffering from simultaneously that led her to get a Covid test. We should always check public health claims against our anecdotal evidence, since often they are misleading. Although the Centers for Disease Control have made certain recommendations, the judiciary as an independent, relatively non-political breanch of government with life-tenured judges, is well positioned and duty bound to reach its own conclusions based on what seem to be the most reasonable interpretation of the available facts, given the standard of evidence applicable to the situation, and the measures proposed.
Many of the reported coronavirus deaths were of people who died of other ailments but happened to also test positive for Covid. It is not always clear what was the exact rate of every possible contributing cause. At any rate, generally it is the elderly who are susceptible to being killed by Covid, where their bodies have been weakened to a point where a bad flu would be as lethal to them. Many of them are already in such poor health that they are doomed to endure a low quality of life for the rest of their days, which will not be many, but the government would grind the economy to a halt and disrupt every other sphere of society, even going so far as to undermine the integrity of the justice system, to extend their lives for a few months.
It might not be so bad if these were a temporary, one-time phenomenon, but there will be other coronavirus variants and other major flus, so that those waiting for an end to the crises before moving forward with their court cases may need to stock up on Snickers bars to tide them over. In contrast to this situation, the founders of our country lived in an era before vaccines for smallpox, measles, and other infectious diseases they had seen ravage populations, yet in drafting constitutional protections of rights, they granted emergency exceptions only for times of war and rebellion and not epidemics. Perhaps this was because the pressure of an invading army or an unruly rabble can be determined more objectively than the amount of danger posed by a virus, leaving less risk of abuse of emergency power. I doubt it's because they had never encountered anything as deadly as the coronavirus.
Mask requirements during voir dire, witness testimony, and other phases of the trial raise due process concerns, including impartial jury and confrontation clause issues. If those pandemic restrictions are not soon lifted, I may have to choose between a fair trial and a speedy trial, if I am even given a choice.
What agenda does this serve? Some point to drug company profits as millions receive a vaccine they may not need. Others say it was to wreck the economy and disrupt candidates' ability to hold massive political rallies in a presidential election year. Or, it could be to get the public accustomed to bills' being introduced for trillions of dollars in government expenditures, or to tolerating infringements of their liberty under such dubious pretexts in that it is only for a short time, to "flatten the curve." Some point to the enrichment of huge corporations like Amazon while small businesses were shuttered and went under. There could be any number of powerful interest groups with reason to want to perpetuate their "emergency", and few with the clout to be able to successfully oppose them, at least for the time being.
This does not mean it is not worth trying, when we know that it is our duty to do our best to prevent or stop an injustice from happening. Those with truth on their side are not always the best organized or most influential at first, compared to the establishment, but what goes around tends to eventually come around, and justice gets served after a fashion. When idealists are willing to make personal sacrifices for what they know is right, they have the reward of knowing that the country, or kind of country, for which they fight will have a greater tendency to prevail and prosper in the long run, than if they did nothing, or caved to the powerful without a fight.

Sincerely,
[Nathan's signature]
Nathan Larson
JID 7105095
BKG 2112576
Fresno Country Jail
PO Box 872
Fresno CA 93712
 

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