Dirty business: in Germany revealed one of the world's largest social networks for pedophilesPictolic
Recently, German police uncovered one of the largest child pornography platforms in the world. The cops managed to find her during an investigation of cases of pedophilia on the Internet. As a result of an international special operation that lasted for several months, it was possible to arrest the administrators of the dirty community. The investigation into the scandalous case continues.
The criminal network called "Boystown" included 400,000 members. Police arrested four of them during raids conducted in mid-April.
The platform appeared in 2019. It was used to share content with child pornography. On the dirty forum, participants communicated with each other and sent photos and videos of a sexual nature with the participation of minors.
Three men, aged between 40 and 64, were arrested during the seven raids. Another suspect was detained in Paraguay at the request of the German authorities. He is also a German citizen and will be extradited to his home country on the basis of an international arrest warrant issued by a court in Frankfurt.
Three of the detainees were administrators of a pornographic social network. They provided technical protection for members of the public from disclosure by the police. Among those arrested was the most active user of the platform.
The special operation lasted for several months. German investigators led by Europol enlisted the support of colleagues from the Netherlands, Sweden, the United States and Canada. The raids continue, and the criminal network for pedophiles has already been taken offline.
Many teenagers suffer from the persecution of online perverts, but are afraid to tell about it. Three mothers have shared bitter stories of how they and their children have suffered from online paedophiles to warn others against the tragedy.
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