Dog-hoarding neckbeard charged with Kik child porn

Ryan Collins

I like to be honest with my readers. I added the dog-hoarding bit to the headline as a sort of clickbait trick. The dog-hoarding did allegedly happen, and we will get to that. However, in my experience, I’ve found that people care more about abused animals than they do about the human victims of crimes. I’ve previously written about this phenomenon here.

But while I have your attention, 25-year-old Ryan Collins of Newfoundland, Pennsylvania was recently arrested for allegedly sharing child porn on the mobile messaging app Kik. If you’re new to the site, Kik is a preferred tool of sex offenderspedophileschild porn collectors, and child traffickers.

In the case of Mr. Collins, Kik actually informed the NCMEC who in turn notified local police who traced the activity to Collins. While Kik often reports instances of child abuse on their platform, it seems like they do very little to discourage it.

Anyway, here’s what a lot of you are really here for. When police went to arrest Collins at his home, it is said that police found 21 dogs living in deplorable conditions. Many of the dogs were sick or injured. At least one of the dogs was euthanized.

To make matters worse, Collins has been released on $25,000 bail. Now, which are you more angry about, the fact that an animal abuser was released on bond, or the fact that a virtual child abuser was released on bond? You can absolutely be angry about both, but one should absolutely take precedence over the other.

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