From a law enforcement perspective, I guess I can see how so-called vigilante justice could be considered problematic. But as a parent, the idea of a group of moms and dads/amateur sleuths posing online as underage girls and starting web chats with pedophiles in the hopes of catching them in their own trap? A group whose efforts have already led to the arrest of seven suspects?! I see no problem at all!
Think To Catch a Predator, except instead of Chris Hansen busting the alleged pedophiles, there's a bunch of pissed-off parents with a video camera. Which is scarier?
I'd say the parents, who go by the name Letzgo Hunting. As the organization's leader -- known only as Scumm Buster -- explains, "We want to protect children, we are parents ourselves and a couple of us have got children who are in their teens -- the same age as the girls we pretend to be."