Police Smash Paedophile Ring
SkyNews | June 18, 2007
Police have smashed a global internet paedophile ring and rescued 31 children from abuse. Some of the vile sex attacks were shown live online. Videos and pictures were swapped online
Around 700 suspects - 200 from the UK - were identified in 35 countries during the 10 month operation but some are still being pursued.
Offenders used a web chatroom called Kids The Light Of Our Lives to swap photos and videos of horrific abuse.
Sky News Crime Correspondent Martin Brunt said it could well be the biggest internet paedophile operation ever mounted in the UK.
It was run by the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre.
One of the men - Timothy Cox, 27, from Buxhall, near Stowmarket - will be sentenced later today.
He used the online identity Son of God and is said to have hosted the website.
Cox admitted nine counts of possessing or distributing images of children.
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