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SF Police Powerless as Homeless Convicted Pedophile Camps Across From K-8 School With ‘Free Drugs’ Signs

SF Police Powerless as Homeless Convicted Pedophile Camps Across From K-8 School With ‘Free Drugs’ Signs

“Yeah, I only live by two rules: be kind to others and make it look easy for children.”

Homelessness, crime, and open-air drug use have all become major problems in some Democrat-run cities in California including San Francisco, so much so that in one recent story that has been called the “most San Francisco story ever,” we learned that a homeless convicted pedophile has been allowed to camp for two years across from a Catholic K-8 grade school.

To make matters worse, the man, 46-year-old Adam Moore, recently began displaying two signs in front of his encampment, one of which reads “Free fentanyl 4 new users.” The other one reads “Meth for stolen items!”

The San Francisco Standard was the first SF-based news outlet to report the story:

Joseph Adam Moore, 46, is camped opposite the Stella Maris Academy K-8 Catholic school on Geary Boulevard at Ninth Avenue. Convictions in Santa Cruz in the mid-’90s that are listed on the state’s registry of sex offenders say he was found guilty of forcible unlawful sex in 1997 and committed lewd acts with a child under 14 in 1996.


Santa Cruz Sentinel article from 1997 reports Moore was convicted of molesting a 12-year-old girl in Santa Clara County before being released from custody and then having sex with a 15-year-old in Santa Cruz behind a set of bathrooms on Seabright Beach.

Moore’s most recent arrest on May 11 also accused him of committing a felony while on bail; The Standard was unable to obtain court records revealing what the felony was or what happened with the case.

“Yeah, this is actually happening,” Moore told the news outlet when they questioned him on if he really was selling drugs from his encampment right across from the Stella Maris Academy Catholic school.  An Archdiocese of San Francisco spokesman informed the Standard “that police had come to the location multiple times” prior to the posting of the drug signs.

ABC 7 Bay Area reporter Dan Noyes was so shocked by the report that he visited Moore himself to see what was going on, and saw that authorities were offering him a place to stay but that he declined:

Moore told Noyes that he himself didn’t actually do drugs, but that he typically trades off or sells the drugs to other people in exchange for supplies he said he needed:

Moore: “So they bring me trash that they’ve scavenged, things that they think are valuable, or they give me some of the drugs that they have, which I don’t do.”

Noyes: “You’re exposing grade school kids to this? This is not right. You know that?”

Moore: “No, no, it’s shallow.”

Noyes: “I mean, the kids, the kids come out of the school and they see this.”

Moore: “Yeah, I only live by two rules: be kind to others and make it look easy for children.”

Noyes also reported that Richmond District police had previously tried to arrest Moore in a “sting” but that they couldn’t because they didn’t find any drugs on him during the “undercover” operation. Further, according to SFPD Captain Chris Canning, Moore–who per the ABC 7 story “does not have to follow the rule to stay 2,000 feet away from any school” because he’s not considered “high risk”–is allegedly “in compliance with all the components of what his sex registration are.”


The Standard happened to be around Friday when police told Moore he had to leave the area. In the below clip, they informed Moore he had one hour to clear out:

As they also noted but which is not seen in the above video clip, Moore was indeed arrested and his belongings were cleared out, but he was soon released back onto the streets:

From the second ABC 7 report:

Late Friday, we learned that during the ride [to the police station], Moore had a medical complaint and went to the hospital. Then, police decided to delay pursing the probation violation. He was out of custody Friday night.

Just unbelievable. Or maybe not, considering this is about par for the course for San Francisco. About the only punishment Moore has received over the drug signs and his insistence on camping out steps away from the school was from a parent, who allegedly punched him at one point this week out of frustration:

Moore and police officers told The Standard Friday morning that Moore had been punched by a concerned parent of a student at the academy. No further details were released by police when contacted for comment.

This is what happens when the system continues to fail law-abiding citizens; they proceed to take matters into their own hands.

I honestly think at this point that the only thing that could get the Democrat “leaders” in blue cities like SF to change their tunes is for everyone else to move out and have the only people left in the city be the homeless, criminals, and the Democrats who have turned these places into hellholes. Then maybe they’d finally see and understand the damage they’ve done.

— Stacey Matthews has also written under the pseudonym “Sister Toldjah” and can be reached via Twitter. —


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Make Democrats own the shit they have created!!

    Gosport in reply to mailman. | October 21, 2023 at 6:10 pm

    At a minimum make them live in it.

      Conservative Beaner in reply to Gosport. | October 21, 2023 at 8:25 pm

      Many of them do live in it and can’t escape.

      Unfortunately, the ones that need to live in it are the ones in power and are free to live elsewhere. Many have police protection to go along with that power.

There are no men left in SF to beat the shit out of this guy?

Where are the fathers, brothers of these children?

Police are not normal
Peoples friends

There are no laws anymore

But don’t pray at an abortion he’ll hole

    Sanddog in reply to gonzotx. | October 21, 2023 at 7:13 pm

    They just need a few men, dresses like antifa, to beat the living shit out of him. And if he refuses to leave, rinse and repeat.

    My state has very lax sentencing laws and a lot of people don’t report crime to the cops, they take matters into their own hands. That’s what happens when the government decides to promote anarchy.

    Olinser in reply to gonzotx. | October 21, 2023 at 7:54 pm

    Rest assured that if anybody DID, they would be instantly arrested, prosecuted, and thrown in jail for an insane period of time.

    smooth in reply to gonzotx. | October 21, 2023 at 9:41 pm

    There are no normal persons in SF any more. They all moved away. Only the wacked remain nowadays. This is nothing compared to the open air drug use on the streets all day. Zombies stagger few paces, fall down on their face, crap their pants and roll around in it, pass out. Thats just typical day for SF.

    CommoChief in reply to gonzotx. | October 22, 2023 at 9:37 am

    Not in today’s society. Unfortunately the imposition of rampant feminization in our culture and institutions pushed by leftists and accepted/encouraged by suburban wine Moms has made the consequences far too high. There won’t be many willing to act as a Knight Errant and save the day. Let’s examine why.
    1. The physical risks; might get shot, stabbed or beaten by the weirdo not mention the risk of picking up some disease during the scuffle.
    2. Incarceration risk; several decades ago the police would likely have thanked the folks who did such a thing. Today? Nah, they gonna arrest anyone who does so.
    3. Financial risks
    A. Hospital bills for yourself
    B. Hospital bills for the weirdo ‘victim’
    C. Bail/bond costs after the Police arrest your ass
    D. Legal fees for your Criminal trial
    E. Legal fees for the Civil suit the weirdo ‘victim’ brings

    Then there’s the risk of what your employer will do when he sees your photo in the newspaper. Probably gonna fire you. If you have a Wife and children they are likely to be harassed as a result of your actions. That’s a whole lot of risk to take on.

      gonzotx in reply to CommoChief. | October 22, 2023 at 2:51 pm

      It can be done

        CommoChief in reply to gonzotx. | October 22, 2023 at 6:12 pm

        The fact that these sort episodes exist in the first place much less endure past a week suggest it will not be done for exactly the reason I listed and that you didn’t dispute.

      All of those risks are real.
      Which is why someone actually taking matters into their own hands (Death Wish was mentioned) would be a bit of a wakeup call.

      It needs to be done. But will it be? Not as likely as a strong civilization needs it to be.

    Crawford in reply to gonzotx. | October 22, 2023 at 12:58 pm

    SS&S — it’s not just for unwelcome wildlife.

irishgladiator63 | October 21, 2023 at 6:09 pm

They so want vigilantes so they can crack down on guns and normal people sick of putting up with this garbage.

Subotai Bahadur | October 21, 2023 at 6:42 pm

Many years ago I created the acronym “TWANLOC”. I submit that it can be applied to the entire west coast from the Pacific shoreline to 100-150 miles inland.

Subotai Bahadur

Death Wish (1974) is a movie about a New York City architect who becomes a one-man vigilante squad after his wife is murdered by street punks. In self-defense, the vengeful man kills muggers on the mean streets after dark.

Starring Charles Bronson,Hope Lange, Vincent Gardenia

No reason. Why do you ask?

So, Donald Trump faces life in jail because he questioned the most questionable election in the history of the country but this creep pedophile is free to advertise the sale of illegal narcotics and offer to traffick in stolen goods with impunity? That’s reasonable.

I kinda like the guy. He’s playing 4D chess and pushing all of the checker players buttons. And it’s working. I think there is some nuance here that isn’t fully appreciated. Of course maybe he’s just a sicko nut job. Or maybe it’s liberal San Fran that is the butt of his joke. He certainly doesn’t strike one as a typical homeless person. By the way, those molestation convictions occurred when he was 19 years old. For 27 years he has maintained his claim of innocence. Maybe this is his way of showing who the real child abuser is.

    Do you know how old his victims were?

    Crawford in reply to sfharding. | October 22, 2023 at 1:00 pm

    Offering drugs to kids and fencing for drugs is “showing who the real abusers are”?

    I guess so. It’s showing he’s the real abuser.

    I think I get your point. Even criminals can be admired for audacity by normal folks – while not thinking well of the actual things they’re doing. And this guy is going the full audacity route.

    But, no, I’m not going to admire him standing up to the authorities. I will, however, appreciate how it puts the policies of the authorities (and those who elect them) into the spotlight. And I will appreciate the gooder and harderer it gives to those folks. He, however, is scum.

    (Also, one of those underage victims was forced or coerced into it. It wasn’t just a young man getting it on with slightly younger girls.)

Dystopian wasteland of SF.

On track for record high fentanyl deaths this year. More than covid deaths. Junkies passed out on the sidewalk with needles hanging from their arms. Police just cruise by at 10 mph to make a “safety check” of the neighborhood, and never get out of the car and do anything about the bodies.

This is what happens when you bend, break, or void the rules to control adults. The rules are there to rein in adults’ childish behavior. It is adults who ruin civilizations, not children.

We are quite kly progressing towards ruin.


Circling the drain very slowly

    chrisboltssr in reply to Skip. | October 22, 2023 at 9:16 am

    When will mom come and flush it all away?

    Kudos if you know the song where that reference comes from.

Reporter: Do you stand with Hamas also?

Greta: Ha. Ha. Even when I’m sitting down, I’m with Hamas.

At one time, Richmond was a fantastic neighborhood!

Friendly neighborhood with great shopping and restaurants.

Very close to Golden Gate Park.

This is very, very sad.

Adam Moore, a homeless man, is a symbol of what’s wrong with the US of A. I see his actions are as his way of giving the middle finger to our society, a helpless society devoid of truth and reason where the law is no longer law. Besides, aren’t his signs, as horrible as they are, protected by the First Amendment? Mr. Moore is just exposing reality.