Anonymous parents and advocates of child sexual abuse are raising questions about how their children have been treated by Canadian authorities, as a group of Anonymous members released a series of messages online.
The messages, posted on Twitter and Instagram, also showed the Anonymous members expressing anger at the government for the treatment of their children.
The group’s Twitter account has about 100,000 followers, but it is not the largest Anonymous group online.
Anonymous members posted a series from April 8 and May 6 to Twitter, asking if the Canadian government was taking the abuse seriously and how they were being treated.
The members said they were shocked by the Canadian authorities response, including the recent arrest of two people for the alleged child sexual exploitation of a minor.
“They treat us like criminals, they do not care if we are in jail or not,” said Anonymous member David Ebel, who posted the message.
“We are not criminals, we are victims of abuse.”
The messages show the group’s frustration at the Canadian justice system, particularly the decision to charge two people who were found guilty of sexually abusing a minor last summer.
Anonymous said the two accused were found not guilty by reason of insanity.
The two men, who are both in their early to mid-20s, were sentenced to between two and five years in prison.
Anonymous posted a video on Instagram on May 6 showing Ebel and his friend, who is a youth justice advocate, discussing the cases.
They said they felt their case was not being investigated properly and accused the government of ignoring the cases and treating the victims as criminals.
The Canadian justice ministry, in a statement to CBC News, said it was investigating the case of the two men and the video.
“It is important to note that all allegations are thoroughly investigated by the authorities and that any information that is obtained from the alleged victims will be fully and impartially investigated,” the statement read.
Anonymous also posted the following message, which said it wanted the Canadian Justice Minister to meet with Anonymous members.
Anonymous’ message to the Canadian Government.
Anonymous says it is concerned the Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has chosen not to meet the group or the victims of sexual abuse.
Anonymous is concerned that the Canadian prime minister is choosing not to be held accountable for the abuse that occurred during his term in office, especially considering that he was Prime Minister for almost three years.
The government has failed to address the root causes of child pornography and to adequately prosecute the perpetrators.
Anonymous wants Trudeau to meet members of Anonymous to discuss the group and the child pornography that is occurring in Canada.
Anonymous has been active since the beginning of 2016, and is active on Twitter, Facebook and other social media platforms.
The Anonymous’ Twitter account is a registered Twitter account with a user profile that shows the members name and a picture of them holding an electronic stick with a microphone.
The official Twitter account of the group does not have a user name.
It has a small number of followers, including a handful of people who identify as Anonymous.
“Our message to Canada is that they will have to do the right thing and that we will have a chance to be heard,” Ebel said.
“There are many people who are suffering from abuse in our country, including people in our family.
We know that they are not doing what we want them to do.
We do not want to live in a world where the child sexual abuser is allowed to roam free.”
Anonymous members say they are upset about how the Canadian public has reacted to the case.
The tweets were posted as Anonymous members, who call themselves #OpOperationOpCanada, are calling on Canadian Prime Minster Justin Trudeau to hold a meeting with the Anonymous.
They say they want the prime minister to meet and share his frustration with the Canadian media and law enforcement authorities.
The message was posted on May 5, but did not receive any immediate response.
Anonymous Canada is a loosely organized group of people in Canada that operates under the banner of Anonymous, the abbreviation for the abbrevation of the online collective Anonymous.
The collective has also been active online in recent months.
The organization’s Twitter handle was set to private in early April, after it had posted messages about a woman being assaulted.
In April, Anonymous posted messages from an anonymous source about the case, saying the man in question, who was also charged, was “not going to jail for what he did, he will be found and prosecuted.”
Anonymous said it had reached out to the government about the man’s case and asked it to meet to discuss how the government was handling cases involving Anonymous members and child pornography.
Anonymous released a statement in May that included some of the same messages it had released earlier.
The statement read, in part: We also know that the authorities in Canada have been very slow in responding to our requests for help.
We also want to share with you how we feel and how we want this situation to be resolved.
We feel that