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Brianna is on the Registry of Autism Service Providers (RASP) and specializes in working with children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
Brianna has worked one-on-one as well as led social groups with children with ASD.
“John” suffers from fetal alcohol syndrome and schizophrenia, and reportedly has the mental capacity of a 12-year-old.
Again, posing as an adolescent girl, the catcher creeps persuade “John” to meet with their “decoy.” They blunder into his life, and as described by John’s horrified social worker, set about destroying it.
Consider the case of Steve, who responded to an innocuous Craigslist ad from “Sara.” In the course of their brief conversation during a single afternoon, “Sara” and Steve agreed to meet for coffee.Make no mistake, this is all about the catchers, not the creeps. And you’ll quickly notice that spelling and grammar are not among the Catchers’ superhero skills; their text reads like it was drafted by one of their imaginary teenage victims, replete with childish errors and random capitalization.Like wannabe reality-TV stars, they strike poses for photos and flog branded T-shirts. Perhaps it’s not fair to expect people who appear flummoxed by simple rules of punctuation to understand the presumption of innocence, but we shouldn’t provide them with the audience they so desperately crave.Of course, when Steve showed up to the coffee shop later that day, the catcher creeps slithered up and did their thing, revelling in how terrified Steve appears to be. Then they posted the video, along with Steve’s name and phone number, online (the Kelowna offshoot group Creep Hunters also published the email address and phone number of at least one of their targets). In other jurisdictions, identification of ‘creeps’ — real and imagined — has led to murder and suicide.Cue the Creep Catchers’ theme music (I’m not making this up): “Boom!