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    660 suspected paedophiles Arrested.

    Looks like there making some progress, maybe a surprise to some the occupations of some of the offenders';

    More than 650 suspected paedophiles have been arrested as part of a six-month operation targeting people accessing child abuse images online.

    The National Crime Agency (NCA) said the 660 arrested included doctors, teachers, scout leaders, care workers and former police officers.

    More than 400 children have been protected as a result, the agency said.

    Arrests were made across the UK and the majority of those held had no previous contact with police.

    The NCA said 39 of those arrested are registered sex offenders.

    Charges already brought range from possessing indecent images of children to serious sexual assault.

    The NCA stressed that none of those arrested is a serving or former MP or member of the government.

    Examples of those arrested include:

    A doctor, who has been charged and remains in custody over images of child abuse
    A grandfather who had access to 17 grandchildren, two of whom alleged abuse by the man. He was taken into custody
    A foster carer, who was caring for a 12 year old, was arrested. He had no previous convictions or allegations of offending

    'Dark net'

    NCA deputy director general Phil Gormley said sex offenders should understand they cannot avoid detection while using the internet, even on the so-called "dark net".

    The "dark net" refers to content that does not appear in normal search engines and users often use virtual currencies to avoid detection. According to the Internet Watch Foundation, less than 1% of its content is hosted in the UK.

    Mr Gormley added: "Some of the people who start by accessing indecent images online go on to abuse children directly. So the operation is not only about catching people who have already offended - it is about influencing potential offenders before they cross that line.

    "We want those offenders to know that the internet is not a safe anonymous space for accessing indecent images, that they leave a digital footprint, and that law enforcement will find it."

    The investigation involved 45 police forces across England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland and saw "unprecedented level of co-operation," the NCA added.

    Officers have searched 833 properties and examined 9,172 computers, phones and hard drives.
    Targeted offenders

    No regional breakdown has been published. But police in Wales said 51 people had been arrested there as part of the operation. In Scotland, the figure was 13.

    In the West Midlands there were 41 arrests, while there were 26 arrests in Merseyside. Devon and Cornwall police arrested 22.

    The national policing lead for child protection and abuse, Chief Constable Simon Bailey, said: "During this operation, we've targeted offenders accessing child abuse images.

    "Police must continue to use a range of investigative techniques targeting all forms of abuse if we going to protect children and bring offenders to justice.

    "Chief officers are committed using all the tools available to them because nothing is more important in policing than protecting vulnerable people".

    Claire Lilley, head of online safety at the NSPCC said the operation had rescued children from abuse.

    But she added: "Industry has to find inventive ways of blocking the flow of such horrendous pictures which are only produced through the suffering of defenceless children - many of who are not even old enough to go to school.

    "So while this operation must be rightly applauded we should view it as yet another warning sign that far more needs to be done if we are to stem the sordid trade in these images, which are often used by those who go on to abuse children."

    BBC News - Child abuse image investigation leads to 660 arrests

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    How many Catholic priests?

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    How many Catholic priests?
    ...politicians, rock/film stars.

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    Next, a visit to Dr. Katzebalzof.

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    A little disappointed perhaps, no Roman Catholic church mentioned.

    The UK is a secular country, yet they have a major scandal to deal with at the highest level of their society.

    Whom do they blame?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KEVIN2008
    Whom do they blame?
    The Irish, of course

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    Good work

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    Database of UK and Eire paedophiles/child abusers


    This is the only public database that profiles UK Paedophiles – Child killers and child abusers. Search by area, or offender and read the crimes and look at the photos of the most evil members of UK society
    MORE than 400 children are sexually abused every week in Britain — one every 20 MINUTES

    Serious issue folks !!!
    Last edited by KEVIN2008; 17-07-2014 at 01:46 PM.

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    it's been going on for 6 months.
    an exercise in prevention of abuse
    say they don't want to be looking at historical abuse in 2030.

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    Quote Originally Posted by can123 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by KEVIN2008
    Whom do they blame?
    The Irish, of course
    The subject of child abuse and in particular child sexual abuse, is not something to score points on..... most people donít like to even think about it. Unfortunately it is real, it is happening right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KEVIN2008 View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by KEVIN2008
    Whom do they blame?
    The Irish, of course
    The subject of child abuse and in particular child sexual abuse, is not something to score points on..... most people donít like to even think about it. Unfortunately it is real, it is happening right now.
    Nevertheless, you have to admit that the Irish have a dreadful record in attempting to curb child abuse. If you find yourself unable to accept this, you will never achieve change.

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    Quote Originally Posted by can123 View Post
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    Whom do they blame?
    The Irish, of course
    The subject of child abuse and in particular child sexual abuse, is not something to score points on..... most people donít like to even think about it. Unfortunately it is real, it is happening right now.
    Nevertheless, you have to admit that the Irish have a dreadful record in attempting to curb child abuse. If you find yourself unable to accept this, you will never achieve change.

    Without doubt, The Irish State has always been dysfunctional in its response to child abuse. The facts of history since the foundation of the Irish state in 1922 are that successive Governments, the Roman Catholic Church and Irish society as a whole were complicit in the institutional physical and sexual abuse of thousands of children.

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    the victims begged for mercy
    and the pope begs for forgiveness.

    Quote Originally Posted by KEVIN2008
    were complicit in the institutional physical and sexual abuse of thousands of children.
    and for many, death in a pit. pure evil indeed. out the lot o them you'd say.
    But no, society is addicted to their controlling behavior.
    Organised religions have only brought darkness to human kind. fuk em.

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