OMG! FBI Distributes Child Porn and World Stays Silent!

Why is the media silent about the FBI distributing child porn to pedophiles?

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During controversial Operation Pacifier, the FBI distributed child porn to pedophiles in an effort, they allege, to lure these vile perverts to be arrested.

 

Consequently, many federal judges, defense attorneys, and civil rights groups have slammed these actions as heinous and immoral. And the media silence about such controversial FBI activities appears to be deafening. When exactly is it not criminal to distribute child porn?

Apparently, the FBI believes they are permitted to break the law if they use the excuse that it is to arrest others breaking the law. Indeed, many view this as hypocritical, and a cruel and obscene method of law enforcement. Essentially, the FBI used innocent children as pawns, allowing pedophiles to abuse them, to achieve controversial results.

The FBI maintains their methods were justified due to the nature of the online pedophile ring they were busting. Operation Pacifier set about unlocking the almost impenetrable dark web, which users access using the TOR network. The US Naval Research Laboratory established the TOR network to create inviolable security for Government communications.

 

Impenetrable anonymity

However, this impenetrability becomes a double-edged sword. Criminals are able to benefit from the anonymity it creates. The FBI became aware of the website Playpen from the moment it launched. Nevertheless, the very nature of the TOR network tied their hands behind their backs. Despite witnessing horrific crimes transpiring, they had no way of tracing the perpetrators.

In 2014, the website creator, Steven Chase, slipped up and inadvertently revealed the site’s IP address. Finally, the FBI realized they had obtained a crack through which to pass a proverbial fishing rod. Immediately, authorities arrested the site’s creator and threw him into prison with a 30-year sentence. The FBI then needed to deal with a moral dilemma in order to make further arrests, and rescue abused children.

 

“Trolley Dilemma”

Sometimes life asks us to make urgent decisions about moral dilemmas. These moral dilemmas create a scenario that we could perceive as unethical. The Trolley Dilemma, developed by philosopher Philippa Foot in 1967, addresses the problem the FBI faced.

According to the Trolley dilemma, there is a train hurtling down a track towards five people, who you are unable to send a message to so that they will move to safety.

Beside you is a lever. If you pull the lever, the train diverts to a track that contains one person. You also have no time in which to warn this person to move. What choice do you make? Therefore, the FBI felt, that to prevent ongoing abuse of children they had to “pull the lever.” But this meant risking the lives of many children for a period of 13 days.

 

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OMG! FBI Distributes Child Porn and World Stays Silent!
OMG! FBI Distributes Child Porn and World Stays Silent!

In other words, for over two weeks, the FBI ran the Playpen website secretly. In that time they essentially perpetuated the distribution of child porn and enabled perverts to further abuse children. Why has the media been silent about this? Nothing has ever gone viral on social media on this subject. A blind eye has been turned to the abuse of children!

 

Controversial success

To date, the FBI has created around 900 leads to suspected pedophiles, in 120 countries. This has led to the various local authorities being able to arrest many of these perverts. Additionally, the FBI has been able to identify, and in some cases rescue, over 350 children. And the contention over the FBI’s perpetuated abuse of children is not the only controversy.

Not only did the perpetuation of child abuse occur, but the FBI also used controversial methods to infiltrate the computers of the perpetrators. The FBI used a single warrant to run the entire operation, which ultimately went international. Additionally, this single warrant was only relevant within the US state of Virginia. Consequently, many of the predators that authorities arrested are attempting to use this as a loophole to avoid prison.

 

Rights of Victims vs. rights to Privacy

The FBI utilized a malware called the Network Investigative Technique (NIT) which they gained permission to use with the single local warrant. However, this malware was reaching into jurisdictions beyond the warrant. The FBI had no permission, outside of Virginia, to breach the privacy of citizens outside that state.

Consequently, the FBI is seeking an amendment to Rule 41. Essentially, this would give them carte blanche to breach the privacy of anyone they deem to be a potential criminal. Furthermore, this could have disastrous consequences. Rule 41 assumes that people are guilty until proven innocent. Furthermore, it appears as though the US government is suppressing public discussion on the issue.

 

Hints of greater government corruption

Others, such as Cynthia McKinney, a former US Congresswoman, suggest that the media silence is a cover for larger and deeper corruption within the government. Recently, there was a similar case, which involved a human trafficking investigation, which US President Donald Trump wished to undertake.

McKinney warned that such an investigation would cause the “downfall of both Republicans and Democrats.” In other words, the people in power will never allow themselves to be exposed. And meanwhile, predators are able to continue the exploitation and abuse of innocent individuals and children. Furthermore, it certainly appears that corruption at the top is gagging the media from reporting on it.

 


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