John tried to connect with people and groups online who could help him to re-establish his connection with his daughter, and he needed to keep himself from going insane with self-doubt in relation to what was happening to him. Firmly believing that what the Family Court was doing was in fact systematic (and systemic) child abuse, John looked online and found a group called Bikers United Against Child Abuse (BUACA). He noticed that there were a lot of vulnerable young people on the page, all seemingly wearing the 'branding' material of BUACA. John contacted BUACA's president, Peter Geary, and struck up a conversation with him, telling Geary that he thought the use of vulnerable children and their parents as branding for the organisation was inappropriate. In retaliation, Geary advised that in his opinion only a pedophile would have such thoughts about young people. And so, the pedophile allegation was born.
Geary would later go on a ten year rampage, unable to back down from his original false allegations. Throughout the decade, with the players on Team Troll changing sides a number of times and betraying each other's deepest held secrets, it would emerge that Pete Geary and the BUACA Canada president he appointed (John Hans Anderson) were both known to have had inappropriate relationships with young girls under the age of consent relevant to their respective countries. This led Aster to believe that BUACA was merely a front used to get close to vulnerable mothers and their children.
Over the years, women have come forward to report abuse at the hands of Pete Geary - including rape.
Pete Geary has vowed never to stop his abuse of John Aster online and claims that he will not stop until Aster is dead. He has threatened to kill Aster himself many times over the years, and has actively sought the assistance of others to carry out an 'extermination' on his behalf.
Keywords: Bikers United Against Child Abuse; BUACA; Peter (Pete) Geary; John Aster; BUACA Canada