Bipartisan Push to Expose Pedophilia and Child Trafficking

It’s exciting. The human trafficking networks are starting to be taken down. A bipartisan bill introduced in the House, and one to be introduced in the Senate, as well as the arraignment of Jeffrey Epstein, is the first step to hopefully exposing and solving this dark and difficult problem. Here’s some info from an alternative media source, which will probably (hopefully) be appearing in the mainstream press soon.

America is receiving a hell of a Christmas in July present – a bill in Congress is being pushed to end child porn sharing in Pentagon networks, and Jeffrey Epstein was charged for child trafficking. Additionally, an appeal court ordered that all files pertaining to Epstein’s case of wealthy powerful clients will be released to the press and public.  Victims as young as 14 are reported as part of Epstein’s “vast network.”  Epstein now faces 45 years in jail.

Congress is aiming to halt child porn distribution within Pentagon networks according to a bipartisan bill (The End Network Abuse Act) that was introduced by Reps. Abigail Spanberger (D-VA) and Mark Meadows (R-N.C.)

The National Criminal Justice Training Center, one of the groups that has thrown its weight behind the bill, reported in 2018 that DOD’s network was ranked 19th out of almost 3,000 nationwide networks on the amount of peer-to-peer child pornography sharing.

Spanberger described the issues of child sexual exploitation and abuse as “horrific crimes.”

“The notion that the Department of Defense’s network and Pentagon-issued computers may be used to view, create, or circulate such horrifying images is a shameful disgrace, and one we must fight head on,” Spanberger said in statement. (Source: The Hill)

Department of Defense (DoD) computer networks were found to be downloading/distributing child porn 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 illicit material. Of those employees, ICE identified 264 DoD agents 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.

Those agents were willfully ignored by the Bush administration — that’s more than 200 suspected pedophiles working for the Defense Department who were never investigated.

Senators Brian Schatz (D-HI) and Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) have introduced similar legislation in the Senate as well. According to The Hill, “A spokesperson for Spanberger told The Hill that while there are no set dates in either the House or Senate for marking up the bill, the sponsors are trying to pass it ‘both as individual bills and as amendments’ to other legislative packages.”

One of those networks that is also involved with Epstein is DynCorp, known infamously for child trafficking.

Following Congress’s bill, approximately 12 years after billionaire Jeffrey Epstein signed a sweet plea deal that let him escape federal charges of sexually abusing dozens of teenage girls at his Palm Beach mansion and running a prostitution ring, the 66-year-old pedophile was arrested by a joint FBI-New York Police Department task force after he landed in a New Jersey’s Teterboro Airport while coming back from a holiday trip from Paris.

Epstein is scheduled to appear in a New York federal court today (Monday) on charges of molesting dozens of underage girls and procuring them for wealthy clients.”

Source:

“Pedosadist Elites Panic: Congress Bill Wants To End Child Porn In Pentagon Networks; Epstein Charged, Files To Be Unsealed On Powerful Clients,” Aaron Kessel, July 8, 2019, at  https://www.activistpost.com/2019/07/pedosadist-elites-panic-congress-bill-wants-to-end-child-porn-in-pentagon-networks-epstein-arrested-files-to-be-unsealed-on-powerful-clients.html

Combine this with the seizing of the cargo ship MSC Gayane, which held 39,275 pounds of cocaine, by the U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency, things are looking up. Getting rid of the drugs and human trafficking networks is an necessity for cleaning up this planet. For more on this see "Federal Authorities Seize Cargo Ship Involved In $1 Billion Cocaine Bust At Philadelphia Port," CBS3 Staff, Philadelphia, at https://philadelphia.cbslocal.com/2019/07/08/msc-gayane-seized-cocaine-bust-philadelphia/

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