If law enforcement performs stings in a city they might get a few dozen people, but we know there have to be thousands and thousands of guys out there looking to buy sex.
I urge them to please get in touch with the police.
PORT ORCHARD — A 26-year-old man who pleaded guilty in Kitsap County Superior Court to using Skype to watch women sexually assault young girls as he watched and directed them from his laptop was sentenced to more than seven years in prison.
Authorities were initially alerted in February 2016 to Timothy Michael Ramirez, of Silverdale, after Google reported suspected child pornography that was traced back to Ramirez's computer, according to court documents.
After being charged with possession of child pornography, investigators had Ramirez’s computers searched.
Almost 100 British victims were discovered in just one operation in what was the country’s largest ever online blackmailing case, according to the Child Exploitation and Online Protection (Ceop) centre.
Stephanie Mc Court, operations manager for Ceop, said: “The English language means it is easier to threaten them but also the UK is seen as a very free and liberal society so they feel they will have more chance.” Ceop said the blackmailing of youngsters is a worrying and growing trend with offenders going to great lengths to target children, including researching their local area through Google maps.
Across 12 operations in the last two years some 184 victims have been found in the UK, which were among 424 victims worldwide.
Hundreds more were duped in to providing embarrassing images but were not blackmailed.
One offender even had a computer folder marked "slaves".
In the largest, Operation K, some 322 victims were found, of which 96 were in the UK, meaning the country was disproportionately targeted.
The Internet has radically changed most aspects of our daily lives- the way we talk, shop and make friends, and even how we have sex.