Meanwhile, five arrests have been made in the United States and 17 in Spain.The investigation, called Operation Rescue, started three years ago.Speaking from the Hague, Europol Director Rob Wainwright, together with law enforcement representatives from five countries, announced the break-up of the internet ring on Wednesday.In the largest ever operation of its kind, police in 30 countries have arrested 184 suspects and identified 486 others.Mr Wainwright says more will follow in short order.Peter Davies, Director of the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre, says arrests were being made yesterday and today in the UK and more are planned for tomorrow.A judge could hardly hide his disgust for Julie Carr during her sentencing this week.The Maine woman received two decades in jail for producing child pornography. Carr, is violate the most basic bond of society — the bond between a mother and her child, the bond between a mother and her daughter,” U. District Judge John Woodcock said, the Bangor Daily News reported.
– More here Massive Dutch-run child pornography ring revealed 3/16/2011/ PM 184 suspects have already been arrested in a large-scale international child pornography ring centred in the Netherlands.
The operation has so far identified 670 suspects and 230 abused children.
Detectives say 184 people have been arrested – 121 of them were in the UK. The three-year investigation, Operation Rescue, was led by investigators from the UK’s Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (Ceop).
Carr sexually abused her young daughter in a video chat with a teenager in the United Kingdom in 2009.
A woman who sexually abused her own baby girl on a webcast with a teenager in England will have at least 20 years to think about her sick crime.