I wish I could share your enthusiasm for all those kids being rescued. But that's only one side of the story. The other side is never told by the government, and rarely told by the media. Using this story as a starting point, lets to to look a little past the emotive surface description at the scant facts provided and what you can infer from them.
1. The pictures in question were being sold as supposedly legal nudist videos. (We're not talking hardcore porn. Probably what they call "Level 1" in the UK.)
2. The producers were in Germany, Romania and Ukraine. (The people arrested were not producers, just customers.)
3. Police said the children were "rescued from child exploitation" but did not give more details. (Police have no evidence the children were actually being abused.)
4. Three-hundred eighty-five children were rescued. (385 children are terrified right now, after being taken from their homes and placed in foster care, or at best with extended family. Even if it turns out this was necessary, it's hardly a cause for celebration.)