The Vile World of Child Pornography

March 15, 2006

Since becoming a mother, I have found it harder and harder to watch the news. Any story having to do with the abduction, rape, or murder of a child is something that I find hard to watch. I’m one of those mothers that when their kids started walking, I was hunched over them with my arms out, trying desperately to prevent them falling and getting hurt. Whenever we’re out, they MUST walk ahead of me, so that I can keep at least one of my eyes on them at all times.

There are times that I have to turn off the television when there is a story about any child getting hurt. I couldn’t watch when Andrea Yates crimes were documented. I couldn’t watch when 11-year-old Carlie Brucia was abducted and her abduction was caught by a surveillance camera, and I can’t watch now, when I hear about this world-wide child pornography ring. But, unfortunately, as a mother of two small children, I have to. There is a need to know, and educate yourself as well as your kids about the dangers out there.

27 monsters were charged in this world-wide child porn ring, where there was live “molestation on demand” streaming video.

Justice Department and Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials are still looking for one suspect after an undercover sting operation shut down a Web site called “Kiddypics & Kiddyvids.”

One of the seven molestation victims was younger than 18 months, according to the Justice Department.

Four minors under the age of 12 also were shown being molested as video of the crime was streamed over the Internet site.

People facing charges are from the United States, Canada, Australia and England.

It’s time to really pay attention to The People In Your Neighborhood, because these monsters are everywhere. AND I don’t care if this makes me politically incorrect, but there is no rehabilitation for these animals. Once a pedophile, ALWAYS a pedophile.

We need to protect our babies.