Free A Girl
F.A.G. is known to circulate questionable literature about "pedophiles" in the form of videos, petitions and press releases. F.A.G. openly advertise their strategic partnership with Operation Underground Railroad, an NGO with alleged links to the Q-Anon Movement, and currently under criminal investigation owing to claims of rampant corruption. Much like their strategic partner, F.A.G. have also made claims about their own activities in the anti-trafficking arena (e.g. "6,000 girls saved", as of 2022) that appear to be unsubstantiated. With annual income of 2,300,000 Euros in 2021 (including a considerable amount from the Dutch Government), F.A.G. has at times hosted celebrity parties with betting games, in order to draw attention to its cause. In 2022, F.A.G's founder took to LinkedIn, claiming that her foundation had received a "huge" cryptocurrency donation.
Misinformation about pedophiles
F.A.G. circulate misinformation about various Minor Attracted People, including:
- Claiming that Nelson Maatman is the founder of the PNVD, an organization that was first formed when he was 11 years old.
- Claiming that the PNVD was a "continuation" of Vereniging MARTIJN - despite this argument having never been successfully used in the court case against alleged Martijn conspirators. PNVD was later voluntarily shut down, giving the lie to this claim.
- Claiming that Nelson Maatman's personal/political convictions are of relevance to the UNCRC, in attempting to thwart an asylum application.
- Claiming without substance in a video that Martijn "shared tips on how to get away with abuse".
- Claiming in the video, that "multiple members" of the network maintained by Norbert de Jonge and Marthijn Uittenbogaard have been convicted of Child Pornography, without disclosing the multiple and overall size of the network.
- Using censored screenshots of Free Speech Tube in the video, to imply that the long-running clearnet site contained illicit material.
- Further, incorrectly identifying said site as being run by the disbanded Martijn "network", despite De Jonge having cut ties with it months previously.
Both Maatman and Marthijn Uittenbogaard are facing charges in Central and South America based upon claims made by F.A.G. and their strategic partner. These claims appear to be far-fetched when applied to experienced political activists attempting to evade capture.
- Nelson Maatman and Marthijn Uittenbogaard - MAP Activists, who were targeted by this organization.
- Operation Underground Railroad
- Cambodian Women's Crisis Center