14 Charged in Online Child Pornography Network
After an investigation by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, 14 men were charged with preying on hundreds of boys and exploiting them through an online underground network. The perpetrators posed as women to get boys to send sexually explicit photos, which were then widely broadcast online through Tor network, an online anonymity network that displayed child pornography from June 2012 to June 2013. The 250 victims were spread across 39 states and five other countries. The website had over 27,000 members. Jonathan Johnson of Abita Springs, La., has been accused of being the leader of the operation and has already entered a guilty plea.
By Jordan Moses
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