Ex-Ars Technica games and tech journalist Peter Bright has been convicted for soliciting minors for s*x and faces a mandatory minimum of 10 years in prison.
Peter Bright, the 39-year-old tech and gaming journalist who worked at Ars Technica, went by the username of “Dr. Pizza” online has now been convicted for soliciting s*x from two minors aged 7 and 9.
The self proclaimed male feminist who goes by the username “Dr. Pizza” online described himself as “pan, poly and pervy” on his Twitter profile.
Anonymous sources claim that co-workers at Ars Technica were familiar with Bright’s s*xual attraction to minors and he made no attempts at hiding it.
“His user name was Dr. Pizza for a reason, everybody knows what he liked, nobody cared… it’s sickening,” a source close to Ars Technica told us.
The word “pizza” has been proven to be linked to child s*x and p*rn*graphy by the FBI in an unclassified document revealing symbols that child predators use to communicate with each other.
Up until just recently the Ars Technica author had a blue check mark to his name — which Twitter now asserts is only for the finest — meaning that he was verified by the company. Peter Bright spent his days on Twitter championing women and fighting fascism by crap-talking to British and American conservatives.
Now Peter Bright, the male feminist and former tech blogger, finds himself devoid of any kind tech that he might be able use to lure other innocent children with and, instead, heading to a tiny dark cell for his crime of soliciting s*x from minors.
Dr. Pizza was arrested in a public park during a sting operation in May 2019 after being fooled into thinking that an FBI agent was in fact a single mother of a 7-year-old girl and 9-year-old boy.
“Over the course of hundreds of chat communications, Bright discussed with the undercover agent Bright’s plan to meet the minors to engage in s*xual activity,” according to the FBI. He asked for photos of the children and said he intended to rape the girl, the feds said.
The FBI announced that they initially found Bright on KinkD, a social media fetish and BDSM platform.
Male feminist Ars Technica tech journo Peter “Dr. Pizza” Bright convicted for soliciting minors for s*x.
The official FBI documents revealed that Bright had planned a private trip to visit the mother’s children and describe in shocking, and graphic, detail what he planned to do with them.
Bright’s defence had claimed that Bright was merely engaging in “age play” with consenting adults, and when he suspected he was dealing with a real mother offering s*x with her minor children, they alleged he had every intention of turning her over to law enforcement officials, as soon as he “had enough evidence”.
The jury didn’t believe him.
“As the jury found, Peter Bright attempted the basest type of crime arranging to engage in s*x with young children,” Manhattan US Attorney Geoffrey Berman said.
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Peter Bright, a Brooklyn resident, was convicted after a one week trial. He is scheduled to be sentenced June 29 and could face up to life in prison.
Peter “Dr. Pizza” Bright, previously convicted for attempting to solicit s*x from minors, will face a considerable amount of time under supervision following his prison term, which is set to last 144 months. Post-incarceration, Bright is mandated to undergo a supervised release spanning seven years, during which he must also register as a s*x offender for life.
Despite his conviction dating back to 2020, the repercussions of his actions continue to unfurl as of 2023. The outlined measures aim to both penalize Bright for his offenses and mitigate the risk he poses to the community, shedding light on the extensive legal ramifications individuals face when convicted of s*xual offenses involving minors.