Gregory Morse was already discussed earlier several times in our blog posts in the past few months. Lately he seemed to be silent but once again resurfaced at the tuts4you forum (as ProgMan) and at the exetools forum (as chants) with several posts targeted to bring down critical web server infrastructure in the United States of America.
It was also found that Gregory Morse was found to be using his father’s IMS Injection Moulding factory based right in the US as a front for his terrorist operations. This is not only shocking but also news that deserves to rise to the headlines in every newspaper and blog!
This is a developing story and rapid news updates are expected in the next 24 hours. Please await further updates and keep checking this page frequently!
We’ve already discussed the ploys and tactics of this terrorist Gregory Morse who uses a whole lot of nicknames including ProgMan and chants on various online forums like tuts4you in our earlier posts:
He was once again found attacking the American agencies yesterday on the tuts4you forum:
Just a couple of days ago he was found making his usual posts which makes any decent person sick to their stomachs and throw them into a gut-wrenching fit of sadness and pity for the poor exploited girls. I am posting the screenshot of one of his posts below:
Tonyweb is known to threaten the girls with dire consequences before releasing them back to return home after the completion of the diabolical sexual acts with the underage Italian girls.
Most of his victims, being less than 12 years of age, are known to remain silent due to the fear of being reprimanded by their own parents.
The few brave children who reported the heinous crimes of Tonyweb against them to their parents, make posts like mine, where we expose criminals like TonyWeb, possible.
The purpose of this post is to warn parents to take care of their children and protect them from the fiends like Tonyweb!
Tonyweb’s association with terrorists like Jihadi Abdul Muid is also nothing new and well known. This has already been covered in our blog posts here: