Largest Pedophile Site in the World Discovered to Be Secretly Run by Police—for an Entire Year
A recent revelation over trying to nab pedophiles online has raised serious questions that lead many to question the entire job of a public servant’s duty to ‘protect society.’
How far should police go to catch bad guys? How many wrongs should investigators be permitted to commit in pursuit of justice? Should police be permitted to run the world’s largest dark web child porn distribution site? For a year? Should police distribute images and videos of child victims, further revictimizing the parents and children, and encourage people to join and share these horrific images and videos?
Well, if you were a police officer in operation Artemis, the questions above, in order, are: as far as they want, as many as they want, yes, yes, and yes.
Even though hundreds of pedophiles were arrested for taking part in the site, the sting involved undercover officers sharing extremely disturbing content and encouraging followers to engage in sexual acts with children. Now, after they have been ousted as the perpetrators of this website, they are saying it was worth it.
A disturbing new report from the Norwegian newspaper VG published the findings of its discovery of the world’s largest child pornography site and how it was run by police.
According to the report from VG:
Only now can we tell the story of how Task Force Argos, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and the police in Canada and Europe worked to unmask the leaders of the world’s largest online community of child sexual abusers.
From the start, Operation Artemis had a clear objective: identifying victims and their abusers. But in doing so was it necessary for the police to run a child exploitation forum for nearly a year?
IN THE UNITED STATES, A MOTHER WEEPS when she hears that VG has found