Massive paedophile ring uncovered by police in Norway after arrest of 51 men
Authorities seize 150 terabytes of data, including photos, videos and chat transcripts
Police in Norway have filed charges against 51 men suspected of involvement in a massive paedophile ring.
Authorities seized 150 terabytes (150,000 gigabytes) of data, including photos, videos and chat transcripts between members of various paedophile networks.
Known as ‘Dark Room’, the police operation revealed sexual assaults against children as young as babies, according to The Local.
“The material shows the abuse of children of all ages, including infants,” Hilde Reikrås, head of Operation Dark Room, said at a news conference.
All of the men arrested live in Norway, but police confirmed they were investigating one individual living abroad. It is considered one of the largest sexual abuse cases ever in the country.
Ms Reikrås said those detained had met each other on the dark net; an ungoverned space online where users can surf with more anonymity.
Clinton Implicated In Norway Pedo Ring
Evidence has emerged that Hillary Clinton is connected to the pedophile ring recently uncovered in Norway, involving 51 people, including politicians, teachers and doctors.
Following the arrest of 20 people connected to child abuse scandal, Clinton Foundation donors in Norway have withdrawn their support for Hillary Clinton amid rumors that Hillary has connections to the pedophile ring.
Given what we’ve learned already from the Podesta emails, it’s not beyond the realm of possibility that powerful elites in the U.S. had strong motivation to prevent four years of Clinton and Podesta in the spotlight. Any political figure connected to pedophilia, human trafficking or a host of other crimes can be easily controlled and manipulated through blackmail, but once the secret gets out they’re no longer effective salespuppets. Meanwhile, elites in Norway could be attempting to distance themselves from the Clinton Foundation for the same reasons. More information is needed to solidify this possible connection which is why the ongoing open-source investigation by multiple internet communities is essential.
Norway pedophile scandal: Politicians, police reportedly among 20 arrested suspects
Thirty-one people are also currently under investigation, Deputy Police Chief Gunnar Fløystad said.
“It is not one case, but several serious cases that we have been investigating for a long time. We can talk of several networks,”he said, as cited by Aftonbladet newspaper.
According to Fløystad, many suspects are highly -educated and have good IT skills.
Verdens Gang tabloid reported that among those under investigation was a police officer. Police raided his house but didn’t arrest him, the tabloid added. Fløystad declined to comment on the matter.
The list of those investigated on pedophile charges include two former or current politicians, Tidens Krav newspaper reported.
Why Did The ‘New York Times’ Delete A Story About Norwegian Pedophile Network?
In late November, Norwegian police made public a pedophile ring in which they arrested 20 men, including a police officer. Officials stated that the Norwegian pedophile ring included at least 51 people, including politicians and businessmen. The New York Times had published a blurb about the arrests via the Associated Press, however, the story has since been removed for unknown reasons.
The question that savvy internet denizens are asking is: Why? Why did the New York Times remove a brief, yet factual story about a pedophile network?
Skeptics of mainstream media believe the answer may lie in the Times‘ CEO and president since 2012, Mark Thompson. Thompson, who is currently embroiled in a discrimination lawsuit brought about by two employees of the New York Times, was director-general of the BBC from 2004 to 2012.
In 2011, after British television personality Jimmy Savile died at the age of 84, two journalists for the BBC program Newsnight began investigating sexual assault and pedophilia claims against Savile going back decades. The journalists completed the report, which was set to air in December, 2011, two months after Savile’s death.
According The Telegraph, however, the program was scrapped, and instead two tribute programs were shown instead.
At the time, Thompson’s involvement in killing the story was minimal, with most of the blame put on Helen Boaden, the BBC’s news chief. Since the story about the Norwegian pedophile network being scrubbed from the New York Times‘ site, however, new questions have arisen about Thompson’s role in removing it and in killing the 2011 Savile report.
In October, 2012, Thompson denied having any role in burying, or having deep knowledge of the Savile report, and claimed to have only learned about the story at a company holiday party in December, according to an interview in the New York Times.
Turkish news Daily Sabah published a story on the Norwegian pedophile ring, discussing Deputy Police Chief Gunnar Floystad’s statement on the investigation known as “Dark Room.” Floystad revealed that the perpetrators were “highly educated,” with lawyers, teachers, and politicians, who used encryption to skirt the law.