Operation Endeavour: 17 Britons Arrested Following Cyber-Sex Investigation

National Crime Agency

139 Britons among the 733 suspects. Five of the 17 British suspects arrested have been convicted, nine investigations are ongoing, one will face no further action and two are dead.

Police have smashed a Philippines paedophile ring and arrested 17 Britons after joining forces with authorities in Australia and the US during a two-year investigation.

The Philippines inquiry, Operation Endeavour, spanned 12 countries and focuses on what the UK’s National Crime Agency describes as “a significant and emerging threat”, particularly in developing countries.

Three other investigations are currently underway into live streaming of child sex abuse, with 139 Britons among the 733 suspects. Five of the 17 British suspects arrested have been convicted, nine investigations are ongoing, one will face no further action and two are dead.

A BBC report found also evidence of ‘cybersex’ dens in the slums in the south Philippines, where parents would bring their children to be abused.

The Independent

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One response to “Operation Endeavour: 17 Britons Arrested Following Cyber-Sex Investigation

  1. larry smith

    This is good news that the philipino rind has been broken.
    I see a scottsh newspaper has said for the first time who the lady MP was who would suck young boys dicks at drunken parties.
    Dianne Abbott has strenously denied it was her and blames a lookalike