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An organized crime group that facilitated the live streaming of on-demand child sexual abuse in the Philippines has been dismantled after a joint investigation by the U. Operation Endeavour, which began in 2012, has resulted in (to date): • 29 international arrests, of which 11 were part of the facilitation group in the Philippines; • 15 children in the Philippines aged between 6-15 identified and safeguarded from sexual abuse; and • Over £37,500 (,000) identified as having been paid for the live abuse of children by the customer network.
K.’s National Crime Agency (NCA), the Australian Federal Police (AFP) and U. The crime group arranged for children to be sexually abused live on webcam in exchange for payment. police in Northamptonshire carried out a routine visit at the home of registered sex offender Timothy Ford and found a number of indecent videos on computers in the property.
In 2012, on-going analysis of the digital media associated with the investigation led to the identification of additional suspects and numerous children in the Philippines who were believed to have been sexually exploited.
Over the course of a 2.5-month sting operation, the group says, Sweetie helped Terre des Hommes identify more than 1,000 adults from 71 countries willing to pay children in developing countries to perform sex acts before a Webcam.