FBI and Child Porn Sting

The story below relays how the FBI has been running a dark web child porn site to lure customers and thus offenders.   It also scorns the FBI for its activities.   I don’t know how legal the FBI’s activities are, but the “thank you” FBI for caring about this global issue.  Child Porn is the initiation and promotion of the child sex trafficking industry which should be completely shut down!  The sex trafficking industry is raw evil.   It needs to be removed from the earth for all the harm it produces in the lives of millions.  Here is a snippet:

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — When “teddybear555” logged onto The Playpen, a “dark web” child-pornography bulletin board, from a home in Tennessee last year, he had no idea his host was the FBI.

Neither did the tens of thousands of other users across the U.S. and the world who, in the two weeks the FBI played the role of child pornography purveying host, posted or swapped at least 48,000 images and 200 videos of the sexual abuse of children. The agency called the sting “Operation Pacifier.” So far, more than 180 people have been arrested in the U.S., including Thomas Allan Scarbrough, a funeral director at Scarbrough Funeral Home in Rockwood, Tenn.

More here.

Related:

Louisiana Priest Arrested on Child Porn Charges

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2 Comments

  1. I have not clicked the story, but I should add that FBI IT experts actually improved the performance of the website so that it could handle more traffic, according an article I read. The entire episode is sick. Should the FBI ‘offer’ porn, to catch criminals, maybe. Should they deliver? Of course not.

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