WordPress covered up allegations against Yaniv, shown here on right

In November 2018, WordPress.com censored popular long running lesbian feminist blog GenderTrender, taking the blog offline and preventing transfer of the site to another host. They did so to cover up #MeToo allegations against tech wizard Jonathan (now Jessica) Yaniv and his long history of sexual predation against minor females. WordPress also stealthily entered accounts which covered the censorship of GenderTrender and edited posts without notifying blog owners.

In order to censor women discussing Jonathan Yaniv on their platform WordPress cited a new, retroactively applied policy which forbid women from citing the history of men who later identified as transgender, which they called “dead naming”.

Jonathan Yaniv “former name” policy adopted by WordPress to prevent women discussing his history as a sexual predator against minors.

After WordPress targeted censorship of all material exposing alleged criminal activity conducted by Jonathan (Jessica) Yaniv under the retroactively applied “former name” directive designed to protect male predators, this policy appears to have been discarded from the WordPress TOS.

WordPress had previously “locked” lesbian feminist website GenderTrender for eleven days in 2014 following coverage of the rape trial of tech Twitter executive Dana McCallum, also a transgender male in tech. WordPress offered no explanation for the site lock-out and did not respond to inquiries from the blog owner. The site was abruptly restored without notification or explanation by WordPress after public outcry.

Nine months after the extraordinary WordPress cover-up of allegations against Jessica Yaniv, involving deletion of popular long-running WordPress sites which mentioned him, and stealth censorship of posts on WordPress websites which discussed him, Yaniv was finally served with a warrant by Canadian police , according to the Post Millenial.

From the Post Millenial:

The Post Millennial has confirmed speculation that the Walnut Grove home of Jessica Yaniv was raided by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police last night. The raid follows Yaniv’s explosive live appearance on Blaire White’s YouTube channel, brandishing and demonstrating the functionality of a taser at one point in the debate, and claiming to be fully aware of its illegality. Yaniv also claimed to possess pepper spray.

Yaniv’s discussion of the weapons followed a lengthy racist rant disparaging the East Indian and immigrant communities of British Columbia, asserting “we have f*cked up people who migrate here, who think they can do whatever they want.” 

Reports about the raid initially circulated on the forum KiwiFarms, with user and neighbour to Yaniv, WGKitty, reporting the arrival of Police at approximately 9:46 pm EST. The user reported Police presence at Yaniv’s Walnut Grove residence overnight August 5th, with a search to be conducted by the Federal RCMP this morning.

Yaniv was reportedly not allowed access to the residence while the RCMP conducted their search, with Langley Police guarding the residence since police arrived last night.

While the RCMP declined to provide a specific name unless charges were laid, they were able to confirm to The Post Millennial that a warrant was executed at a Walnut Grove address confirmed to house Yaniv. The warrant concerned a prohibited weapon, with the responding officer noting that “an active file is still ongoing.” An earlier call to the RCMP by Jessica Rumpel, whose story of sexual interference by Yaniv was covered by The Post Millennial, resulted in her noting that the RCMP had an open “file report” on Yaniv.

Tasers are prohibited for civilian use under the Canadian Firearms Act, and increasing scrutiny has been applied to even the police use of electroshock weapons following the 2007 death of Polish-Canadian immigrant Robert Dziekański due to a heart attack induced by an RCMP taser. 

The Post Millennial has previously reported on disturbing allegations of sexual interference by Yaniv towards girls as young as 14. Some of the now-adult victims of these inappropriate behaviours have filed reports with CyberTip, Canada’s online child exploitation reporting service, and with the RCMP. According to Ashley Smith, whose experiences with Yaniv include having been offered child pornography, she was contacted by the RCMP last night.

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