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CIA & NSA Child Trafficking, Pedophilia, Snuff Network - Eric Holder Dropped Charges On Largest Case In History!!
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 30462411:MV8xOTU5NjkxXzM4NDAxNDQyXzlFMDRFQkY=] [quote:Anonymous Coward 9185668:MV8xOTU5NjkxXzM4NDAxMzMwX0FERTBBRkQx] [quote:Anonymous Coward 9185668:MV8xOTU5NjkxXzM4MjM5MzQ3XzI4ODgxRDk3] [quote:Anonymous Coward 21652587:MV8xOTU5NjkxXzMyODczNDM5XzFBRTg4QTVF] [quote:Anonymous Coward 21965794:MV8xOTU5NjkxXzMyODY5OTM4XzM3RUFFMDRG] [quote:Anonymous Coward 22076188:MV8xOTU5NjkxXzMyODY5NDYwXzRDOUUwRjZC] No suprise there. Indeed, LIBOR is one of the biggest things ever also and its getting no attention. [/quote] [color=darkblue]It shows the rampant corruption by those who call themselves our government. No arrests for the mortgage scandal, libor scandal, face book trading scandal, sex trafficking, etc... They are more interested in carving up the Constitution, odering billions of bullets, building FEMA camps, hiring foreign armies, gun running, drug trafficking, and creating war.[/color] [/quote] and arresting and jailing peopel for selling raw milk. [/quote] :bump: [/quote] :bump::yoda::hf: [/quote] [color=darkred][i]72 charged in online global child porn ring Washington (CNN) -- More than 50 members of a child pornography ring who engaged in what authorities describe as "horrific" and "unspeakable" crimes have been arrested for sexually exploiting children from 12 years old to as young as infants. Top federal law enforcement officials say agents busted the global online pornography ring following an intense international investigation that began in 2009. The ring, based in the United States, reached across five continents and 14 countries. Seventy-two members of the online site called Dreamboard have been charged in the United States. Officials said 52 of them have been arrested in the U.S. and abroad. The identities of the remaining 20 are unknown at this time. "In order to become part of the Dreamboard community, prospective members were required to upload pornography portraying children under 12 years of age or younger," said Attorney General Eric Holder at a Justice Department news conference. "Once given access, the participants had to continually upload images of child sexual abuse in order to maintain membership. The more content they provided, the more content they were allowed to access. Members who created and shared images and videos of themselves molesting children received elevated status and greater access," he said. What particularly horrified investigators were "super-hardcore" posts that involved adults having violent sexual intercourse with "very young kids" who were being subjected to both physical and sexual abuse. Holder said, "Some of the children featured in these images and videos were just infants and in many cases, the children being victimized were in obvious and also intentional pain, even in distress and crying, just as the rules for one area of the bulletin board mandated. They had to be in distress and crying." Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano said, "To give you an example of the scope of this forum, the capture and analysis of the forum revealed that the board may have been the vehicle for the distribution of up to 123 terabytes of child pornography, which is roughly equivalent to nearly 16,000 DVDs. ... Additional media recovered from the targets arrested in the United States alone has been found to contain over one million images of child pornography." About 600 men belonged to the members-only online bulletin board, which has now been taken down. Authorities said the site encouraged and rewarded members who sexually abused young children and made them cry. Holder said, "It's hard for me to imagine that there will ever be a penalty that could appropriately deal with this kind of conduct. Twenty to 30 years that the people have gotten in the past is, from my perspective, barely sufficient to handle what they have done in damaging the lives of these young people." [/i][/color] [b]Yet Holder Dropped all charges later after he claimed there was insufficient evidence![/b] http://www.positivelymichael.com/forums/showthread.php?23497-72-charged-in-online-global-child-porn-ring [/quote]
Years, Millions Later U.S. Drops “Largest Human Trafficking Case in U.S. History”
After spending millions of dollars to prosecute what it touted as the largest human trafficking case in U.S. history, the Department of Justice (DOJ) has suspiciously dismissed it claiming that it lacked evidence to prove the charges beyond a reasonable doubt.
This despite the fact that three defendants in the case against a Los Angeles-based labor recruiting company (Global Horizons) pleaded guilty. You can’t make this stuff up. The DOJ went from one extreme to another, after dedicating two years and blowing millions of taxpayer dollars, and what do Americans get? A vague government statement that obviously conceals details of the scandal.
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CIA's child trafficking (part 1)
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This video explains what happens with some of the children.
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