Teenage ‘devil worshipper’ desecrates veil ‘touched by Jesus’
Published time: 10 May, 2017 08:53
A satanic message was etched over a holy relic believed to show the face of Jesus at a church in Spain. The number 666 was scratched into the glass and crosses inverted at the Monasterio de la Santa Faz in Alicante.
The culprit hid in the church on Saturday night in order to carry out the vandalism, sources told local media, based on security camera footage.
When it was reopened on Sunday morning by a caretaker and chaplain, they discovered crosses inverted and 666, a number associated with the manifestation of Satan, etched onto a glass case containing a relic known as the “Veil of Veronica.”
Una joven invirtió las cruces y rayó tres ‘6’ en el monasterio de Santa Faz
Se ocultó en el templo durante la noche del sábado y se marchó el domingo al abrirse la puerta para los oficios religiosos habituales. No se descarta que se arreste a la posible autora, ya identificada gracias a las cámaras
La investigación apunta a que una joven que se ocultó durante la noche del pasado sábado al domingo en el interior de la iglesia del monasterio de la Santa Faz de Alicante fue la persona que invirtió siete cruces y rayó tres números ‘6’ en el cristal blindado que protege la reliquia de ese lugar sagrado.
El alicantino monasterio de Santa Faz es el destino desde hace 536 años de una multitudinaria peregrinación desde la capital cada segundo jueves posterior a la Semana Santa ya que, según la tradición, guarda en una urna blindada uno de los sudarios con los que la Verónica secó el rostro de Cristo en su camino al monte Calvario.
Pedophile Ring ‘Child Porn King’ Arrested in Largest Ever Bust American man creating & supplying global pedophilia networks
By: Jay Greenberg |@NeonNettle on 9th May 2017 @ 12.48pm
Authorities are reviewing about 30 hard drives, as well as numerous computers, to find suspected buyers and victims. In his computer files, videos and images of children engaged in sex acts were allegedly found. Deakin has been charged with cybercrime, child pornography, child abuse and child trafficking. The 53-year-old suspect, originally from Peoria, Illinois, has been in the Philippines since 2000. Webcam child abuse is increasing rapidly in the Philippines, with a growing pool of pedophile buyers around the world.
Children Who Do Chores Grow Up To Be More Successful
Europol, FBI arrest nearly 900 in crackdown on global pedophile ring
More than 350 people in Europe alone have been arrested as part of an investigation into online child abuse. However, the case has drawn criticism from civil liberties groups.
US and European police arrested nearly 900 people thought to be connected to an underground child pornography network in a case that has drawn criticism from some civil libertarians.
The announcement of the arrests from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and Europol came days after a court sentenced Florida-based Steven Chase, founder of the so-called Playpen pedophilia network, to 30 years in prison. The arrests were in connection with the Playpen network and followed a more-than-two-year investigation into the group’s members around the globe that began after Chase’s arrest in 2014.
Playpen was accessible in what is known as the “darknet,” where internet users can engage in illegal activities using encryption and anonymity software in an effort to hide their identities. The secret network allowed anonymous users to engage in a forum where they could share photos and videos showing the sexual abuse of children.
Police arrest dozens in international pedophile ring swoop
Police have arrested 38 suspects in several countries in Europe and Latin America after breaking up an online pedophile ring. The arrests included 17 in Spain, six in Colombia, four in Italy and two in Germany.
Local and international authorities searched houses and seized hundreds of devices containing child sexual exploitation material in March in South and Central America as well as Germany, Italy and Spain, Europol said in a statement.
The suspects were active in 18 countries and had exchanged child pornography using the WhatsApp messenger application, Europe’s policing agency Europol’s director Rob Wainwright said on Tuesday.
A total of 25 groups, formed by invitation only, are currently being investigated, he said.
Called “Operation Tantalio,” the investigation started in mid-2016 by the Spanish police’s High-Tech Crime Unit focusing on the Tor encryption network, used by criminals to mask their identities.
The operation was conducted by Spanish police working with Europol and Interpol, and was coordinated by the Joint Cybercrime Action Taskforce, which was founded under the aegis of Europol in 2014.
“These offenders are pushing the boundaries of modern technology to try to avoid being caught by law enforcement,” Wainwright. “We need to continue to combine our joint resources and skills to tackle this threat to our children and bring these offenders to justice,” Wainwright said.