The men accused of being part of a suspected paedophile ring that abused 16 children hid their sickening crimes from bosses and colleagues as they worked in a range of blue collar jobs. The 44 men aged 19 to 57 in every state except the Northern Territory allegedly shared child sexual abuse material using a ‘a cloud storage’ company. They have been arrested by the Australian Federal Police and face 350 charges. Six children were removed from harm in Victoria, another six in South Australia, two in Queensland, one in New South Wales and one in the ACT. Some men were allegedly abusing children themselves, filming it and sharing the videos online. The alleged offenders worked as school secretaries, retail workers, construction, transport, law enforcement and hospitality, many working closely with children. The Australian Border Force Officers were tipped off last year that Australian men were using a ‘cloud storage facility’ to share child exploitation material One of two men arrested in Eagle Vale, NSW. Men aged 19 to 57 in every state and territory except the NT allegedly shared child sexual abuse material using a ‘a cloud storage’ company and have been arrested on 350 charges as part of the… Read full this story
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