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> Norwegian newspaper find out the ip from a massive pedo site is located in australia.
>They find out Task Force Argos, the australian anti-pedo unit is running it.
>Homeland security, Toronto police and argos captured two pedos from canada and America and took over the site.
> Since australias laws on this allow them to take a much more proactive stance the entire case was moved over to them.
>To keep up apperances they kept posting rape pictures of small children so no members of the site would be suspicious.
Do you think it is okay for the police to do what they themselves condem so? Or is it fine for the police to use any means, including posting pictures of very young kids to catch these men?
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>https://www.vg.no/spesial/2017/undercover-darkweb/

>https://www.vgtv.no/video/147663/avsloeringen-av-verdens-stoerste-overgrepsforum-kort-fortalt
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>Ausstralian anti-pedo unit is running it
>hand over investigation to Australians
uh..
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>>144384815
>Aussies run the site
>The perps get arrested by Canadian/American law enforcement for breaking laws of Canada/America, in Canada/America thanks to a tip from aussies
>Aussies have tougher laws so the perps get passed on to Aussies, even though there is no legal or procedural obligation to do so
>anon still doesn’t understand how this works
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>>144385103

Just so.
The site was pretty huge, over a million users.
Apparently some it-dude at the newspapers got the site to return the ip through some queries.

The sites leaders also used tox to communicate, shoutout to /g/.
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The CIA sends heroin on airplanes to catch people doing heroin!
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>>144385747

This was Department of Homeland Security, they do not have the same liberties it seems.

The australian detective in charge of this was the leader of a multinational team, and he was the only one allowed to do much of the hacking/posting due to the differing laws.
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>>144385674
>The sites leaders also used tox to communicate, shoutout to /g/.
nice, at least someone uses it
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Just a reminder.
Pedophiles should burn in Hell.
Some 500ish monkeys were arrested distributing material a few months ago, and if the population pick up a pedo before the police they simply kill them, when the police catch them, they put them in the same cell as other prisoners and warn them of what they did, the guy doesn't last for a single day.
Get killed by a multitude of objects shoved in his ass.
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Master
Fuckin
Race
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>>144385865
You forget the fact that the police 100% might even not look at the material, they might use a system in which it is separated by names or whatever, if they use some mean to arrest those motherfuckers, I don't care how as long as they are caught.
It's not that simple as you are trying to put it, to my understanding at least, no police department would allow a police guy to simply run a "pedo business", to see my example just see the chief of police of NY that got busted several months ago.
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>>144386236

This is infact the crux of it, australia was the only country in the world where they could do this.
They got a warrant from a judge.

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When WarHead abandoned access to Childs Play and GiftBox, the sites were based on what VG knows, stored on servers in each of their countries in Europe. Which countries do not want investigators, lawyers or defendants to say.

Both the police in Australia and this country's police saw that it would have obvious benefits if the site was run by Australian police and not European.

Australia's laws give the police rare know-how to monitor suspicious actions online.

"Under a so-called" controlled operation, "we get permission from a judge to be allowed to act in ways that would normally have been considered violations. We are entitled to commit certain criminal acts and we are exempted from prosecution because we investigate these specific crimes, "explains Griffiths.


Google translate because im kinda lazy
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>>144386636

Wow, fucked that up.
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>>144384710
Probably a good thing they didn't take over a Red Room then.
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>>144385865
>The australian detective in charge of this was the leader of a multinational team, and he was the only one allowed to do much of the hacking/posting due to the differing laws.

They do this to shut down pro-whites as well, probably by putting some Swede, British or German to do the illegal stuff.
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Whenever these websites get shit down it always turns out they a ridiculous amount of users, like in the millions.

I wonder how many paedophiles there are out there.
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>>144384710
>Do you think it is okay for the police to do what they themselves condem so?

NO, because they can use more resources to find them, instead of using means that erode the public trust in the unbiasedness of their institutions.
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>>144384710
They never arrest real pedos in politics, they must be part of it. They were probably hiring recruits for their pedo business and provided a link between high class pedo parties and low entrance exchanges. Facebook nowadays is also kind of a prostitution hiring place, but they aren't openly brothels.
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>>144388322
>They never arrest real pedos in politics, they must be part of it.

It's simpler in the current online world, to get the ones that consume the porn, than the ones that make it.




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