The virtual abuse of pseudo-children. A crime? I think not.
9 posts • joined 21 Apr 2008
MONDAY, 20 JANUARY 2003
Child porn police release 14
Sussex Police have revealed that 14 innocent people who found themselves in the frame for internet child porn had been victims of credit card crime.
Stolen card details were used to purchase sexual images of children from the US web site which sparked the Operation Ore investigation.
In the last four weeks the force has arrested 112 people
Six people on the list of suspected paedophiles given to Sussex Police have died.
So if the police were aware that identity theft was rife within Operation Ore eight years ago how come they denied such a possibility at a later date?
The targeting of Jim Bates by the police is sinister. Jim is working on a copy of the Landslide subscription database and has revealed that most of the subscriptions were fraudulently made by criminals using stolen credit card details. The police refuse to recognise this and are attempting by all possible means to silence the messenger. To concede the truth would concede what has been described as the worst miscarriage of justice so far this century “Operation ore”.
Just to be accused of a crime against a child, no matter how frivolous, no matter unjustified is enough to ruin a man.
Just as in the middle-ages to be accused of being a witch was enough to convict.
As with the old crimen exceptum those willing to defend someone caught up in the injustice are brave but rare. Fortunately one of this rare breed, the same Chris Saltrese who has taken up the cause of the “Operation ore” group action has taken up John Pinnington’s case.
I wish him every success.
Criticising CEOP can be dangerous and contributors to this comments page could be well advised to remain anonymous. The leading computer forensic scientist in this country “Jim Bates” became aware of what CEOP and their predecessors were up to. He exposed their incompetence and lying that characterised the “operation ore” scandal in which victims of identity theft were treated as paedophiles. However CEOP got back at him by indicting him with a spurious perjury charge, to shut him up and put him out of business. So if you have anything bad to say about CEOP then unless you are a brave person it is best to think twice.
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