Hunt for Suspected Pedophile: Interpol Unscrambles Internet Image … The Face of Evil (Update: Christopher Paul Neil Arrested)
Below is the face of pedophile evil digitally unscrambled by Interpol. The image in question was found on the Internet to reveal the face of a man shown abusing boys in Vietnam and Cambodia. The pictures were released in an effort that someone would come forward who may know or have met this heinous individual.
Interpol released four reconstructed photos of the suspected pedophile on Monday in an unprecedented public appeal for help, hoping that someone, somewhere, will recognize the man whose identity and nationality remain a mystery. (Fox News)
Interpol made this unprecedented decision to release the the picture and let out some of their technology secrets in an effort to catch this pedophile who has been eluding them for years.
The international police organization obtained about 200 pictures posted on the internet showing 12 boys being sexually abused in Vietnam and Cambodia by the same man whose face is disguised with a digital whirl.
BANGKOK, Thailand — An international manhunt for an alleged pedophile centered Tuesday on Thailand, where authorities said the suspect, 32-year-old Christopher Paul Neil of Canada, was believed to be at large.
Meanwhile, neighboring Southeast Asian nations placed their borders on the lookout for the man, whom authorities described as a teacher whose digitally blurred image had appeared in Internet photos showing sexual abuse of boys.
Thai police arrested the Canadian schoolteacher who became the world’s most wanted suspected pedophile, nabbing him Friday in the northeastern town of a Thai friend who had arranged his sexual liaisons with young boys, police said.