Kudos to the Great White North … Canada Arrests 57 in Internet Child Porn Crackdown, Project Salvo

 

Project Salvo – OH CANADA!!!

Fifty seven people in 10 Canadian Provinces were arrested on child pornography Canada_flag5charges on Thursday as  a part of Canada’s largest investigation into child pornography on the Internet.

Arrests or searches were made in all 10 Canadian provinces and three territories. The charges including sexual assault, and possession and production of child pornography, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police said.

Fifty-seven people have been arrested so far, and more charges are expected to be filed in coming weeks, according to police, who said they have also seized about 130 computers believed to contain pornographic material.

At a news conference held by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Superintendent John Bilinski stated the following regarding the five month investigation, “The operation was an unqualified success.”

Police arrest more than 50 in child-sex probe

Project Salvo, the largest-ever co-ordinated investigation of Internet-based child sexual abuse in Canada, was led by the National Child Exploitation Coordination Centre (NCECC).

The operation, involving the RCMP and 35 police departments, focused on an Internet ring in which participants exchanged child porn online.



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  • Comments

    6 Responses to “Kudos to the Great White North … Canada Arrests 57 in Internet Child Porn Crackdown, Project Salvo”

    1. Michelle Smith on March 27th, 2009 8:44 am

      Good Job!

    2. Dolf on March 27th, 2009 10:02 am

      Chemical castration?

    3. Just Bearly on March 27th, 2009 10:02 am

      There ought be no safe haven on Earth for child predators and molesters.

      We were all children at one time, and there is a bit of inner child in everyone I think. Its beyond all comprehension the sick and deviant minds of those who would ever want to hurt, use or abuse one.

    4. HOPE on March 28th, 2009 2:28 am

      Canada has been investigating and busting this sort of activity for a long time. They also do a great job of cracking down on human trafficking. In fact, if you do a little research, you’ll find that they have uncovered a link between trafficking women from Eastern Europe through the Netherlands and into Canada through a ‘good ol’ boys’ club that is a common name in American culture: The Hell’s Angels… as well as other powerful street gangs. And, don’t think for a minute that America is innocent… the sad fact of the matter is that a lot of those women end up in brothels in San Francisco and Los Angeles. Sex is glorified in our culture and the exploitation of innocent women and children is common all over the world. In my opinion, when it comes to the abuse of helpless women and children, you are either part of the solution or part of the problem. Every country should view this activity as an invasion of corruptness of mind and fight against it for the sake of its’ citizens.

      Funny how the root of the problem lies in the hands of the most corrupt nation in the world, The Netherlands, with a close second going to Belgium. We’re nothing more than monkeys and we imitate the things we see; besides we have an innate need for intimacy. Too bad some people don’t get it. Intimacy is not something you can buy or hide in your basement. We’ve created our own monsters and with the introduction of live-feed systems, the disease has spread. It’s time for someone to stop the madness… imo.

    5. Dolf on March 31st, 2009 2:35 am

      Netherlands most corrupt??

      Hope, you have been eating to many arawaks

    6. HOPE on March 31st, 2009 11:14 pm

      Hey Dolf!

      No offense…

      ROFLMAO!

      That doesn’t mean every single person

      in your country is involved. But, you

      guys know what’s goin’ on over there and

      it’s not a secret, anymore.

      :)

      Hey, we used to be the richest country in

      the world, but that doesn’t mean we’re all

      rich… many of us are poor.

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