Largest Child Porn Bust In History Ignored By Mainstream Media

Elite exposed in child sex abuse by Norway Police

Norwegian Police have just uncovered over 150 terabytes of child porn, in the largest child sex abuse case in modern history, named “Operation Darkroom’, that has uncovered photos, movies and chat logs containing atrocities against young children and babies, in a year-long bust that targeted pedophiles operating on the “DarkNet”, or “Deep Web”.

The “DarkNet’ is the part of the internet that isn’t indexed by search engines and requires specific types of web browsers to access it, and this anonymity allows pedophiles and other criminals to operate and pass information around freely.

Despite the huge success of this bust by Norway Police, there’s a complete mainstream media blackout in the UK and US, as the English-speaking West refuses to publish any details on the case in a rush to cover up the recent PizzaGate scandal.

The New Nationalist reports: Among the 51 perpetrators said to be involved, 20 have been arrested. The list of the accused includes “highly educated” individuals, including two former or current elected politicians, one teacher, a lawyer and a police officer.

Yet, English-language media both in Europe and stateside in the U.S. have ignored the story.

As Norwegian news publication Tadens Krav reports, the material shows penetration of toddlers, children being tied, children who have sex with animals and children who have sex with other children. One of the accused men had a pregnant girlfriend and planned with another to commit offenses against the child when it was born, police said. Some of the accused performed abuses directly online, including atrocities against their own children.

Police stressed that the case involves a network. The investigation is ongoing.

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