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Either the BBC are so used to nobody asking questions or this news item about a Canadian based child porn ring being shut down is just awful journalism.

The author isn’t named but whoever wrote it certainly raises more question than answers.

Course, I do tend to view the MSM with huge mistrust so when I read a news report I want an in-depth version, not an outline that I have to go spending hours searching for answers.

That said, I instinctively know that reports like the following from the BBC have had a large part of the story omitted, whether it be omitted by them or at source… But you don’t need to be a genius to figure out why we are only been told half a story.

The BBC report starts off well enough:

Police in Canada say 348 people have been arrested and nearly 400 children rescued during a three-year investigation into child pornography.

At the centre of the inquiry was a Toronto-based firm that allegedly sold DVDs and streamed videos of naked children.

In Canada 108 arrests were made, with another 76 in the US and 164 in other countries.

The films were distributed in 94 countries, police said.

Yet that information isn’t elaborated on for the sake of clarity.

So, what we know for sure is that we have a three year international police investigation called Operation Spade which  involved 94 countries and which will have cost an unspecified huge sum of money to conduct.

The investigation began in October 2010 so that equates to 116 people in 94 countries per year or a ratio of 1.2 people in each of those country’s being arrested every year for child porn.

In other words, less than 4 people for each country involved in the investigation has been arrested over the 3 year course of Operation Spade.

Yet since the Beeb has given us a half hearted break down of the figures, we can conclude that there couldn’t have been many if any arrests in some of the 94 countries involved.

And that is their idea of success!

They should have called it Operation JCB and the cunts might have been able to dig a lot fucking deeper.

Course, even then those averages don’t reveal the full scale of the short falls in this operation.

And then that figure of 348 people arrested and nearly 400 children rescued needs a lot more clarification.

Why give the exact number of those arrested and a rounded up figure for the ‘rescued’ children?

I mean, I am assuming that those arrested were mostly those accessing the live streaming and/or buying the DVD’s. So who were these 400 children and where were they rescued from?

Moreover, that 400 figure only equates to approximately one hundred and thirty three children a year being rescued.

Once again, nothing to brag about by any ones standards, especially not for a 3 year investigation involving 94 countries.

Furthermore, “nearly” 400 children only equates to just over one child for every person arrested. Some of these people must have 3 or 4 children in their households so why the lack of explanation as to where they were rescued from?

The BBC then continue:

Inspector Joanna Beavan-Desjardins, from Toronto police, said the number of suspects who had close contact with children was of particular concern to investigators.

Doctors, school teachers, foster carers and priests were among those detained, she said.

No shit!

If the cunts have only just cottoned on to the fact that it is people in these professions who are amongst the worst culprits then Dog help us.

Having said that, Inspector Jo Desunpronounceable forgot to mention Judges, Politicians, Social Workers and Local Councillors amongst that number.

I guarantee you that their numbers will be up there with the School Teachers. You only need do a comparison with Operation Ore to realise that.

What I want to know though is exactly what those numbers are and from what countries.

The Beeb then continues:

The head of Azov Films, identified as Canadian Brian Way, 42, has been in custody since his arrest in May 2011, following an undercover operation.

He is accused of paying people to film the children and has been charged with 11 offences.

MAY 2011!!!

Yet he hasn’t been to trial yet?

Despite being charged?

So, he has been on remand for two and a half years!

How can that be when Canada has the same Queen as us and therefore the same [in]justice system?

Neither does clicking on the link that the BBC provides offer any explanation.

It does however tell you what Brian Way is charged with:
On May 1, 2011, officers executed search warrants at a business and a residence in Toronto and arrested a man. 

It is alleged that: 

– he was operating a website called www.azovfilms.com 

– this website sold and distributed child exploitation movies and images to people across the world 

– the man paid various people to film children for the purpose of creating movies for sale on his website 

– over 45 terabytes of data were seized 

– his company had revenues in excess of $4 million 

Brian Way, 42, of Toronto, was charged with: 

1) Possession Child Pornography 
2) Three counts of Possession for the Purpose Publication Child Pornography 
3) Six counts of Make Available Child Pornography 
4) Three counts of Make for the Purpose Publication Child Pornography 
5) Three counts of Advertise for the Purpose Distribution Child Pornography 
6) Three counts of Sell/Distribute Child Pornography 
7) Import/Export Child Pornography 
8) Possession for the Purpose Exportation Child Pornography 
9) Possession of Proceeds of Crime 
10) Laundering Proceeds of Crime 
11) Instructing Commission of Offence for Criminal Organization 

Now, I believe that they are called specimen charges, I.E he is guilty of a lot more charges of the same kind but rather than list them all, they have chosen the most serious and/or easiest to prove. Which is fair enough.

However, since he is charged with those offences, the police cannot be holding out to see if evidence of better offences emerges.

So, why the two and a half year wait which I’m sure (although I haven’t checked) is illegal unless he is charged under one of the terrorist acts… Which do not cover child pornography.

Moreover, at the same link this is stated:

 The TPS was able to determine the identities of customers of this website from around the world. The RCMP’s National Child Exploitation Coordination Centre (N.C.E.C.C.) in Ottawa assisted the Child Exploitation Section in providing intelligence to over 50 countries.

If that is the case why have there only been 348 arrests or is that the sum total of those involved?

Of course it fucking isn’t.

And why have the Canadians only provided assistance to 50 out of the 94 countries involved… Do they not like the other 44?

And then, for me, one of the most telling omissions in this blatant cover up is the fact that Britain is not mentioned one single time in this BRITISH Broadcasting Corporation article… Not once.

The article even states:

Among the other countries involved in the investigation were Australia, Spain, Mexico, South Africa, Norway, Greece and the Republic of Ireland. 

Go on! Tell me that no one from Britain was using this child porn distributor, despite fast becoming the kiddie fiddlers Mecca of the world.

As for the BBFuckingC?

Well, enough is enough.

It is high time that this paedophiles paradise masquerading as a  television station was shut down once and for all… Just saying.

 

 

Hundreds held over Canada child porn

Inspector Joanna Beavan-Desjardins said 108 arrests were made across Canada

 

Police in Canada say 348 people have been arrested and nearly 400 children rescued during a three-year investigation into child pornography.

At the centre of the inquiry was a Toronto-based firm that allegedly sold DVDs and streamed videos of naked children.

Azov Films marketed the footage as “naturist” and claimed it was legal in Canada and the US.

The films were distributed in 94 countries, police said.

In Canada 108 arrests were made, with another 76 in the US and 164 in other countries during the investigation codenamed Project Spade.

Inspector Joanna Beavan-Desjardins, from Toronto police, said the number of suspects who had close contact with children was of particular concern to investigators.

Doctors, school teachers, foster carers and priests were among those detained, she said.

The head of Azov Films, identified as Canadian Brian Way, 42, has been in custody since his arrest in May 2011, following an undercover operation.

He is accused of paying people to film the children and has been charged with 11 offences.

The company has been shut down.

IdentitiesThe Toronto Police Service (TPS) Child Exploitation Section was able to determine the identities of customers using Azov Films’ databases.

US investigators then joined the inquiry because many of the films were being exported to addresses in America. Seven months later, a series of raids took place across Toronto, including at a site owned by Azov Films and Brian Way, police said.

Among the other countries involved in the investigation were Australia, Spain, Mexico, South Africa, Norway, Greece and the Republic of Ireland.

“It is alleged that officers located hundreds of thousands of images and videos detailing horrific sexual acts against very young children – some of the worst they have ever viewed,” police told reporters.

Ms Beavan-Desjardins said that Canadian officers, executing a search warrant at the home of a retired school teacher, found over 350,000 images and 9,000 videos depicting child abuse, with some of the victims known to the man.

He was also charged with sexually abusing a young child relative, she said.

Toronto police infographic on Project SpadeToronto police say over 50 countries were involved in the inquiry

Gerald O’Farrell, Acting Deputy Chief Inspector of the US Postal Inspection Service, said all the victims identified were pre-pubescent, with some as young as five years old.

Mr O’Farrell detailed the cases of several US residents investigated as part of Project Spade, who have already pleaded guilty to crimes.

A school employee from Georgia, who had admitted receiving child pornography, had placed a hidden video camera in the toilets used by school students, the inspector said.

A pre-school teacher had pleaded guilty to producing child pornography while teaching in Japan, he said.

Mr O’Farrell said US postal inspectors had identified and rescued 330 child victims as part of the investigation.

Toronto police acknowledged the assistance of a website, cybertip.ca, which allows for the online reporting of the sexual exploitation of children.

The website had received many complaints about Azov Films which became the basis for the investigation, TPS said.‪

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