He wrote like a 400-page autobiography but this was seized by the state and suppressed from being published. According to him, this was because some of what he wrote didn't really depict the child's mother in a very good light.
We don't really get the offender's side of the story much in these cases because they're under a lot of pressure to express contrition, and in those rare cases where they do try to publicly defend themselves and their actions, the government wants to censor it.
> I just hate it when people bring up illegal content here, because it's historically been used to single out people who are engaged in illegal activity, for the sake of targeting them.
What does that mean?