Susan Taylor Martin
St. Petersburg Times
March 19, 2010

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At any one time, some 750,000 pedophiles are prowling the Internet, the United Nations says. They might be lurking in chat rooms. Or swapping images of adults having sex with kids.

It’s a virtual epidemic of child pornography, and to fight it, law enforcement officers from all over are converging on a cavernous building in South Florida. Here they have access to the most advanced technology for finding pedophiles.

But this isn’t run by any government agency. The desks, computers, technology — all are provided free by a former drug smuggler named Hank Asher.

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