12 children rescued and two traffickers arrested

  • September 19, 2022

Child Rescue Coalition is proud to play a role in supporting agents and officers involved in some of the most difficult work in law enforcement connected to the live streaming of child sexual abuse, sometimes for just a few dollars.

In this latest series of operations, there were two traffickers who were selling the abuse of their own and other local children in The Philippines to criminals in the United States, Germany, Norway, Sweden, and Australia.

CRC Technology is involved in helping dedicated investigators analyze the huge amounts of data created during the legal processes involved in their crucial work.

This horrific trade in children is further explained by Philippines law enforcement:

“Brig. Gen. Arcadio Jamora Jr., director of PNP-WCPC, said the suspects have connections abroad who paid them $50 to $100 (P2,500 to P5,000) per livestream. The suspects were using various social media platforms such as Facebook, Skype, and e-mails among others, and some of the videos were sold to other clients in the “dark web.”

“We have thousands of unvalidated referrals as to how many people are acting as Filipino facilitators in this industry. It’s sad to say that some of them are related to the victims: aunties, friends, or even parents,” Jamora said.”

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