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The world's biggest paedophile ring 'smashed' - but how many arrests have been made in the U.K.?

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The world's biggest paedophile ring 'smashed' - but how many arrests have been made in the U.K.?

Post by Tony Bennett on 17.03.11 9:03

This would appear to be unalloyed good news:

But after the debacle of Operation Ore, CEOP's first major claimed success, one is entitled to ask questions.

The reports in the Sun and over 800 other news media worldwide inform us that so far 121 British paedopohiles have been arrested, but the Sun adds that the police are 'poised to arrest' another 1,200.

But are they?

Why haven't they already been arrested?

Operation Ore was hailed as a success because some paedophiles were brought to justice, which was great, BUT there were credible reports that many paedophiles were NOT brought to justice, including some high-ranking politicians, according to the Sunday Herald and other sources. Others made credible claims that Operation Ore had wrongly identified them as paedophiles by misunderstanding the process by which those paying by credit card accessed certain sites. There were a number of suicides - whether this was because they were real paedophiles who were burdened with shame or were people wrongly accused remains a hotly-debated issue.
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