They met in the forum online, to exchange photos, information and advice on how to lure children and how to make them “accommodating”. Not isolated cases, but thousands. An investigation started from the city of Bergisch Gladbach, in Germany, has brought up a pedophilia network where they are involved 30 thousand suspects, investigated for either possession of child pornography, both for abuse. The investigations were born last fall from some of the cases of child abuse: in particular by a 43-year-old man accused of abusing his daughter, of having filmed her and then having spread the video online. Through this single case, the police tracked several chat in which over 1,800 participants child pornography was exchanged. The images also traveled beyond the borders of Germany, the German media write, especially in Switzerland and Austria. The Minister of Justice of the Land of Nordreno-Vestfalia Peter Bisenbach a Duesseldorf, explaining the details of the press conference inquiry said “Shocked” from what emerged.
“No single offenders, but a networked online network.” @JM_NRWMinister Biesenbach is shocked by the findings of the ZAC NRW # Child abuse in the web. There are 30,000 unknown suspects in the case alone #Bergisch Gladbach. @WDRaktuell pic.twitter.com/9gijNv6lqT
— Westpol (@Westpol) June 29, 2020