Source: The Post Millennial Leonardo Briceno
Contributor/Author in The Post Millennial 14 November 2020
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Australian law enforcement arrested 18 men on 828 charges of child trafficking and sexual abuse Wednesday morning. And the investigation isn't over.
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A tip that came from the United States earlier this year led to an investigation that uncovered of a massive child sex abuse network in Australia, that has ties stretching back to the US, Canada, Asia, Europe and New Zealand.
Australian law enforcement arrested 18 men on 828 charges of child trafficking and sexual abuse Wednesday morning in New South Wales. And the investigation isn't over.
As many as 46 victims between the ages of 16 months and 15 years have been identified by authorities, according to CTV News.
The arrests in Australia weren't the only ones made in association with the uncovered trafficking ring. According to Federal Police Assistant Commissioner Justice Gough, the Australian government has deferred a number of charges to other governments where additional offenses have been implicated.
"A hundred and forty-six matters have been referred to Europe, Asia, the United States, Canada and New Zealand about possible offending in those countries," Gough said. "Eighteen matters have been referred to the United States with three men arrested in the United States for multiple child abuse material offences."