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« on: March 16, 2011, 02:39:42 pm »

I believe pedophiles should be put down...same way you would a rabid dog.  I don't even want to breath the same air as these sick f*cks! It's this kind of evil filth and the participation in it that makes me figure what the hell....we aren't worth saving....humans should be completely wiped out like dinosaurs. Sorry...it just makes me sick.


Police say international **** ring smashed

Wed Mar 16, 2011

THE HAGUE, Netherlands Police said Wednesday they have smashed a huge international **** ring, rescuing 230 children from abuse and arresting 184 suspects including teachers and police officers.

The three-year investigation code named Operation Rescue uncovered 670 suspects and identified and safeguarded children in more than 30 countries by arresting people accused of abusing them, said Rob Wainwright, director of the European Union police agency Europol.

The ring was centered on an Amsterdam-based online forum called boylover.net, which Wainwright described as "probably the largest online **** network in the world."

"These are very serious crimes on a truly global basis," he added.

The heavily encrypted forum, whose administrator appeared in a Dutch court on Tuesday charged with sex offenses, had up to 70,000 members.

The investigation was led by Britain's Child Exploitation and Online Protection Center but also involved law enforcement agencies as far afield as Australia, the United States and Thailand.

Peter Davies of the British child protection center said there would be more arrests as the investigations continue.

"Those who have been members of the site can expect a knock on the door in the very near future," he said. In Britain, police said, the children involved were ages 7 to 14.

Wainwright said the website was intended as a discussion forum where pedophiles could "share their sexual interest in young boys."

Europol released parts of online conversations and other posts including a discussion between two suspects, identified only as X and Y, about their attraction to boys wearing diapers.

Y said he had convinced one boy he needed to wear a diaper every weekend from the age of nine to 13. "They were the happiest four years of my life," he said.

After making initial contact on the forum, members would use e-mail and other electronic channels to share images and video of children being abused, Wainwright said.

While the forum did not include child pornography, "computers seized from those arrested have harvested huge quantities of child abuse images and videos," Europol said in a statement.

The majority of the 184 people arrested so far are suspected of direct involvement in sexually abusing children, They include teachers, police officers and scout leaders. One Spaniard who worked at summer youth camps is suspected of abusing some 100 children over five years.

After his arrest, the forum's Dutch administrator helped police crack the complex web of encryption measures shielding users' identities, allowing police to begin covert investigations that included posing as children online.

"What we have shown today is that while these offenders felt anonymous in some way because they were using the Internet to communicate, the technology was actually being used against them," Davies said. "Everything they did online, everyone they talked to or anything they shared could be, and was, tracked by following the digital footprint."

Australian Federal Police commander Grant Edwards said suspects arrested in Australia ranged in age from 19 to 84 and used the Internet to "prey on children with anonymity, with subterfuge and with camouflage."

He said the oldest suspect identified by Australian authorities was an 84-year-old man living in Thailand who is suspected of abusing children.

Children, Edwards said, "should be able to use the Internet safely, without fear of being approached or groomed by these online predators."

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« Reply #1 on: March 23, 2011, 03:28:25 am »

And what so many people do not realize is that there  could very well be pedophiles in small towns like Danville.  They can be business owners, professionals, elected officials and blue collar workers.  Often, someone knows of a ****, but will not come forward to tell the proper authorities.  In my opinion, that makes that person an accomplice in the destruction of the lives of many victims.  If one hears a rumor, do not be so fast to dismiss it as just that. Start listening for more.  Chances are if you continue to hear the same thing about someone over and over, there is probably truth to it.  A **** can be anyone and either sex.  It may be someone working with children on a daily basis or operating a business which focuses mainly on children.  Be cautious who you trust your children with.   If you feel uneasy about an individual or that person makes your skin crawl, it may be that person is a ****.
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« Reply #2 on: March 25, 2011, 04:45:04 pm »

And what so many people do not realize is that there  could very well be pedophiles in small towns like Danville.  They can be business owners, professionals, elected officials and blue collar workers.  Often, someone knows of a ****, but will not come forward to tell the proper authorities.  In my opinion, that makes that person an accomplice in the destruction of the lives of many victims.  If one hears a rumor, do not be so fast to dismiss it as just that. Start listening for more.  Chances are if you continue to hear the same thing about someone over and over, there is probably truth to it.  A **** can be anyone and either sex.  It may be someone working with children on a daily basis or operating a business which focuses mainly on children.  Be cautious who you trust your children with.   If you feel uneasy about an individual or that person makes your skin crawl, it may be that person is a ****.

Excellent post and very wise words. Listen and trust your gut about people around your children. I think it would also be helpful to be aware of how a child that has been sexually abused acts out and what kinds of mannerisms they might exhibit. Pedophilia is a monstrous evil that it being perpetrated on thousands and thousands of children daily...we have no idea. This latest **** ring had a website of 70,000 members. My gawd...how sickening.
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« Reply #3 on: May 09, 2011, 02:26:59 pm »

I didn't know much about the Franklin Scandal until recently. I don't remember much about it reported in the lame-stream media...now I know why.

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