More Wrong Names in Rehtaeh Parsons Rape Case

After the Facebook “support group” fiasco yesterday, names of suspects in the Rehtaeh Parsons rape case are being thrown around Twitter once more.

Twitter - whoisagentzero- #opjustice4rehtaeh Latisha

According to information from Anonymous Canada, however, “Kyle Osborn” is not one of the confirmed suspects in this case. The Cole Harbour teen was a member of the now-defunct Facebook “support group” for the accused which was exposed on Sunday, where he posted his support to the group, saying, “Ill be at every court date i got my boys 100% over this. Its skraight bullllllshit [sic].” He has also been identified as the counter protester pictured on the right in this image.


From Kyle’s Facebook page, where he can also be seen chastising a friend for not attending the counter-protest:

We are the passage
We are family
We stand for the truth
Fuck annonymous

Something tells me this is going to get messy.

But for now, the identities of the four alleged rapists are still safely concealed. Obscene Works has obtained confirmation of these identities and we are withholding this information at the request of Anonymous Canada and the Parsons family, but we will be keeping you up to date as the investigation proceeds and new information is cleared for release to the public.

Stay tuned.

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3 Responses to More Wrong Names in Rehtaeh Parsons Rape Case

  1. Ken Burke says:

    If you take a look at this FB page all of the guilty maggots are her “Friends”

  2. Anon says:

    “Alex Briand” = Drake TAYLOR – guy in pic with yellow sign and ships wheel tattoo.

  3. Liz says:

    You are not the passage. There are many good people in the passage that need to gather their courage and do the right thing. Speak with the police. Tell them what you know. Start protecting the victms of these horrible crimes. It s not enough that everyone talks about these evil deeds anymore. You need to speak up to stop the destruction . Please go to the police with whatever you know. It s the only chance that the justice system has of working for anyone. You may be the next person that needs their help. Many use the saying it takes a village. This is so true.