European Police Make Raids For Internet Pedophilia

Filed under: — By Aviran Mordo @ 11:35 am

For the second time in three months, police carried out a series of raids in six European countries as part of a coordinated investigation into Internet paedophilia being carried out by the European police agency Europol.

Codenamed “Operation Icebreaker II,” the raids took place on some 80 locations in France, Denmark, Italy, Sweden, the Netherlands and Britain, and led to several arrests and the seizure of large numbers of computers.

In a first “Operation Icebreaker” in June police searched 140 premises and detained 130 people in 13 EU member states. The operation was launched following a tip-off to the Italian police, who have since been responsible for leading the investigation.

Europol, which is based in The Hague, said the aim of the operation was to identify victims, abusers and those who produce pornographic images of paedophilia.

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Source: AFP


One Response to “European Police Make Raids For Internet Pedophilia”

  1. Wyatt Says:

    That disgusts me so much!! A million child porn sites!!!! What is wrong with these Sickos!!!!! If i ever come across someone downloading that kind of thing they will be DEAD!!!!

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