ARKSTONE OPERATION [2020]

We deal here with cases where the media present us with members of paedophile organizations arrested following an investigation and we are never told that the children present in the child pornography content have been identified. Of course, it is not that their identity has to be revealed, but nothing tells us that the investigators have really looked for who the abused children were in order to get them out of this hell and to return them to their families. In ARKSTONE OP it’s 19 children between the ages of 4 and 7 that were rescued from this network. The investigation began in February 2020, after information from the American authorities. It is a joint investigation between the Australian Federal Police and the Western Australian Police. It resulted in the arrest of 9 men. Among those charged, the 19-year-old man can be identified as the person who allegedly shared the contents of child sexual abuse with the New South Wales (NSW) man. The Gosnells man sexually assaulted five boys aged 3 to 11 years (the age the victims were when he first assaulted them). The victims were known to him through his family and friends. He appeared in Perth Magistrate’s Court on July 3, 2020, charged with:


  • 60 counts of distribution of child exploitation materials
  • 58 counts of indecent registration of a child under 13 years of age
  • 52 counts of indecent relations with a child under 13 years of age
  • 26 counts of sexual penetration of a child under 13 years of age
  • 5 counts of procuring, encouraging or inducing a child under the age of 13 to commit an indecent act
  • 4 counts of persistent sexual conduct with a child under 16 years of age
  • 2 counts of threatening to kill
  • 1 count of attempted sexual penetration of a child under the age of 13.

Two men, aged 21 and 26, from the north coast of New South Wales are the latest arrests as part of Operation Arkstone, which was launched earlier this year after the US National Center for Missing and Exploited Children reported to the ACCCE (Australian Council FOR Computers In Education) of the Australian Federal Police. This information is important, watch this on the ICMEC and NCMEC. This case raises perhaps another point… Remember among the 19 men arrested there were two men from Kendall. This is the town where a four-year-old boy, William Tyrell, went missing in 2014. Investigation reveals that they were living in the same town at the time of the boy’s disappearance… source.

 

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