OPINION AND EDITORIAL
Rumors orbiting the so-called #PedoWood scandal have resurfaced in the Jason Goodman slander, fraud and libel lawsuit. New developments related to Kerry Wolf (aka All Seeing Ewe) and her comments about regret over an alleged suicide have dusted off the memories of Isaac Kappy. Ms. Wolf seemed to verify that she was engaged in so-called “gang-stalking” when she directed events towards her former boss Nathan Stolpman (Lift the Veil).
Concerns have been raised about the level of lifestyle interference initiated by disruption players operating in a coordinated fashion. Worrisome steemit posts describe a group known as “SteemPunks” that were allegedly under the control of either Kerry Wolf and/or Tyroan Simpson (aka Frank Bacon). Frank Bacon appears to have ties to the so-called wife of the attorney suing Jason Goodman in Virginia for slander, defamation and libel. Robert David Steele is the plaintiff in that case.
These players create a curiosity over the scandals related to alleged Hollywood sexual incidents involving minors — commonly known as #PedoWood. Isaac Kappy acted as the lightning rod for #PedoWood rumors and slurs when he appeared on the Nathan Stolpman social media podcasts in July 2018.
At the height of the #PedoWood scandal actor Tom Hanks was allegedly implicated in a so-called pedo-ring.
In a rambling video posted Thursday night on Youtube, Isaac Kappy accuses Steven Spielberg of being a pedophile. “At the top level, these people are just sick and psycho!” he says, mentioning the famous director by name.
Isaac Kappy’s personal issues seem perhaps more acute than Spielberg’s, based on his performance in the video. It is train of thought, stream of consciousness, skipping from celebrity to celebrity. Kappy includes everyone from Tom Hanks to Michael Jackson “who hated Spielberg!” he says.
Conspiracy theorists gamed celebrities’ YouTube search results to accuse them of pedophilia
For a brief time, searching for Tom Hanks or Steven Spielberg on the video site brought up baseless accusations
On the morning of July 30, if you were searching YouTube for Tom Hanks or Steven Spielberg — wanting to learn a little about Hollywood royalty, or just to find that funny clip from Big you loved years ago — you would have been in for an unpleasant surprise.
As NBC’s Ben Collins first pointed out on Twitter, the search results for Hanks and Spielberg were dominated by conspiracy theories, alleging that both Spielberg and Hanks — along with other celebrities including like Seth Green and Macaulay Culkin — were pedophiles and, a part of a nefarious ring of Hollywood child predators that online conspiracy theorists had dubbedentitled #Pedowood.
The videos that popped up upon searching for Spielberg and Hanks were low-quality-fi, rambling, close-up shots, several made by a man named Isaac Kappy, a minor actor who has spent the last week posting video-recorded rants on YouTube with titles like “Famous Actor Exposes Hollywood Pedophiles! Steven Spielberg, Tom Hanks And More! #Pizzagate.” Thanks to rapid dissemination on message boards Reddit and 4chan, the videos garnered hundreds of thousands of views and shot up in the YouTube rankings, eclipsing interviews and movie clips featuring the stars.
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