History shows high ranking government, security and law enforcement agencies can become safe havens for pedophiles, especially those who obtain seats of power. And the media has a long history of complicity covering for them. As an experiment, simply Google “New York Times pedophile ring,” and you will see page after page of disgraceful debunking of “insane conspiracy theories.” I could not find one story listed from below reported by the NYT. Feel free to debunk in comments if you find a couple.
Unlike the “nothing to see here, move along” mainstream media, The New Nationalist (TNN) is willing to provide the evidence of possible crimes that have already been revealed sources largely ignored. The FBI itself says child exploitation has reached epidemic levels. The following is just a sampling of what we’re talking about — the ones who were, by some miracle, actually caught. It’s stunning to see how many are involved in high level security and law enforcement positions. Let’s review, shall we.
“Capitol Hill rising star” Ryan Loskarn, chief of staff for Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.), committed suicide in 2014 following his arrest for trading films involving the rape and torture of children. Loskarn originally turned up in a massive investigation by Toronto police called Project Shade that resulted in the arrest of 348 participants in a pedophile ring in 2013. It is unclear why it then took federal agents almost three years to question or detain Loskarn. TNN’s theory is that agencies are infiltrated by pedos at all levels, but occasionally the remaining “clean” law enforcement make busts, except at the very top levels (Podesta, etc).
Next up is U.S. State Department Director of Counter Terrorism Daniel Rosen, who was arrested in February of last year on charges of online solicitation of a child under 15 years old for sex/sodomy. Rosen would be an ideal target for foreign intelligence services looking to blackmail a government employee with access to classified information. He had high level security clearance and worked on programs to help train law enforcement agencies around the world in combating terrorism.
Former U.S. Ambassador to Belgium Howard Gutman was accused in 2013 of “routinely… soliciting sexual favors from both prostitutes and minor children,” according to an Office of the Inspector General (OIG) investigation. Former OIG investigator Aurelia Fedenisn said her unit had found widespread evidence of “sex and drug scandals,” but that the OIG “were told not to look into it.” Fedenisn said, “Investigations into the allegations were called off by senior officials to avoid political embarrassment.”
Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) Director of Cyber Security Timothy DeFoggi, 56, was sentenced in January of last year to 25 years in federal prison for “participating in a child pornography ring that sources say was so depraved, it even shocked veteran investigators.” DeFoggi was a registered user of an online child rape and torture (aka child porn, trading) website, where he “expressed an interest in the violent rape and murder of children.” He suggested “meeting another site member in person to fulfill their mutual fantasies to violently rape and murder children.”
Deputy Press Secretary for the Department of Homeland Security Brian Doyle was arrested in 2006 “for trying to seduce online someone he thought was a teenage girl.”
There are dozens of cases involving Homeland Security, TSA Agents and probation officers, indicating non-existent vetting and, in fact, the opposite. Are like-minded pervs being deliberately recruited?
Washington, D.C.’s National Children’s Museum Chief Operating Officer Robert Singer, a 49-year-old father of two, was arrested in November 2007 and charged with five counts of child porn distribution. He plead guilty and was sentenced in July 2009 to five years in prison.
Child Protection Services (CPS) staff member William Shaffer was arrested in July 2013 for purchasing nearly $7,000 worth of child pornography (aka rape and torture). According to the criminal complaint against Shaffer, “A 1987 police report alleged Shaffer sexually molested a boy between the ages of 8 and 9. The police report alleged the incident happened while Shafer was a Child Protective Services employee.”
Another CPS employee, Stanley Dorozynski, 53, was arrested in December 2010 and charged with two counts, one each, of possessing and receiving child pornography. Upon his arrest, Dorozynski was in possession of more than 2,400 child sex abuse images and videos, including the abuse of children as young as four years old.
David O’Brien, America’s chief scientist responsible for monitoring global nuclear activity at Patrick Air Force Base’s Technical Applications Center, which operates our Atomic Energy Detection System, was arrested in May 2013 and charged with 10 counts of possession and distribution of child pornography. His large child porn collection was discovered at his home and on Air Force computers. In October 2014, he was sentenced to five years in federal prison. O’Brien had download videos of the sex abuse of children as young as three years old. He had taken pictures of his own granddaughter and placed images of her face over those of children being sexually abused.
Former CIA Chief of Station in Algeria Andrew Warren, 42, was arrested April 2010 after neighbors called Norfolk police to report Warren exposed himself in public. “He had his genitals hanging out of his pants, over the top of ‘em,” said one witness. Warren reportedly said, “Excuse me. I’ve had minor surgery so I get a little horny sometimes.” He had been terminated from employment with the CIA in May 2009 after he drugged the drink of a woman in Algiers and raped her. Warren plead guilty and, in June 2009, was indicted on sexual assault charges. Diplomatic Security Service agents also found child pornography on Warren’s laptop computer in 2008. When he was the CIA’s Chief of Station in Algeria, he allegedly “drugged and raped multiple women before getting recalled home.” Warren was sentenced on sex assault charges, among others, to more than five years in federal prison.
Former FBI agent Donald Sachtleben, 54, was arrested in May 2012 and charged with distribution and possession of child pornography. He pleaded guilty and was sentenced in November 2013 to eight years in prison. He was also sentenced to unrelated charges, including one count of disclosing and one count of possessing classified information. At the time of his arrest, Sachtleben was director of training at the Center for Improvised Explosives at Oklahoma State University.
Army Colonel Robert Joel Rice, a 55-year-old war games developer at Army War College, was charged with 130 counts of child pornography. He had more than 30,000 images and videos of child sex abuse. His wife discovered his files and notified local police. Army War College continued to employ Rice and allowed him supervised access to Army computers while on bail pending trial.
David Bourque, a 51-year-old police captain in Granby, Conn., was sentenced to 10 years for child porn possession and distribution. He had more than 328,528 images and 4,000 videos on his police department computer, including “sadistic and violent acts” against infants and toddlers. His “collection” was organized into more than 300 sub-folders named “photos — babies — men” and “6–10 yo boys pics.” Bourque showed “callous disregard” for the children being abused, telling people to “enjoy” themselves and “have fun.” Samples of his online chats included extensive discussions of rape and bondage of children as young as 2. Bourque was an officer with more than 31 years in law enforcement.
Army prosecutor and judge advocate Daniel Wollverton, father of two, was convicted in 2011 for infant sodomy and possession of over 30,000 images and 1,000 videos of brutal child sex abuse, including that of a 3-month-old infant.
Maine Assistant Attorney General James Cameron, 52, was sentenced to just over 15 years in federal prison in December 2014 for seven counts of child porn possession, receipt and transmission. Cameron, widely recognized as Maine’s “top drug prosecutor,” had been trading in PTHC (pre-teen hard core). Images and videos that investigators seized “depicted prepubescent children, sadistic and other violent conduct.”
Former Undersecretary of the Navy James Daniel Howard, 70, was arrested for child porn possession and reproduction in 2013. Howard had served as special assistant to President Ronald Reagan. He plead guilty to 10 count of child porn and served only seven months in jail.
Navy Joint Strike Fighter Program officer Bruce Babchyck was arrested in 2014 for downloading “hundreds of gigabytes” of young girls and bestiality on government computers. He received a one-year sentence.
Southern Florida Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Director Anthony Mangione, 50, was arrested on “extreme child abuse” charges in September 2011. He was sentenced in November 2012 to nearly six years in prison. Mangione is a 1982 graduate of the University of Maine Orono (UMO), where former Child Protection Services (CPS) senior Cynthia Wellman claimed, at the time, CPS was operating a child sex ring on campus with UMO’s involvement.
US State Department’s Bureau of Diplomatic Security special agent James Cafferty, 45, pleaded guilty in January 2012 to child porn charges and was sentenced the following April to seven years in federal prison. Upon his arrest, he had more than 30,000 images of child sex abuse.