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Lawmakers Target Pentagon Pedophiles With Bipartisan Child Porn Bill

By Tyler Durden | 3 July 2019

ZERO HEDGE — Bipartisan legislation introduced by Reps. Abigail Spanberger (D-VA) and Mark Meadows (R-N.C.) aim to halt the use of Department of Defense (DoD) computer networks for downloading or distributing child porn.

Hundreds of government employees were implicated as part of ICE’s 2006 “Operation Flicker” — which identified over 5,000 individuals who had used credit cards or PayPal to buy child porn, or subscribe to websites that offered the material. Of those, ICE identified 264 DoD employees or contractors who had purchased child pornography online.

Nine of them had “Top Secret Sensitive Compartmentalized Information” security clearances, while 76 of them held clearances of Secret or higher. […]

2 Comments on Lawmakers Target Pentagon Pedophiles With Bipartisan Child Porn Bill

  1. “The new bill, The End Network Abuse Act will require the Pentagon to enter into contracts with groups which will be involved in the effort, including law enforcement, social services, child protection services and trauma-informed healthcare providers. It would also provide for additional training and technical expertise among military investigators, according to The Hill.”

    The above listed groups are the ones most involved. Thank’s, I needed a good laugh on “dependents day”. Hahahahaha

  2. Only the low hanging fruit will be prosecuted. Anyone near the top levels of power will never be touched. Just another “hopey, changey” feel good misdirection ploy to make the sheeple believe something is being done to address a problem that is as old as time itself.

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