Two Young Girls Rescued In Cybersex Den
Ringo | On 13, Mar 2015
The Philippine authorities rescued two young women from exploitation as part of the world wide crack down on child pornography.
The National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) got a tip-off from the US Department of Homeland Security and raided several suburban Manila homes last weekend noting that among the rescued women are two minors.
“We were able to rescue two girls who were not quite eight years old,” NBI’s Anti-Human Trafficking head Eric Nuqui said in an interview with AFP. “They were made to do sexual acts with minors as well as adults. These includes intercourse as well acts involving sex toys.”
Nuqui explained that most of the clients are from USA and other Europeans territories. They are willing to pay $50 to $200 to watch naked children doing some exploited acts in front of the web camera.
Two men and two women were arrested during the operation. Confiscated from them are two computers, which will be brought to the cyber crime department for further investigation.
They are now being held without bail.
The NBI are now also looking for six more children who were victimized by the operators as well as the accomplices.
“These children are all from extremely poor families or broken familes,” Nuqui said.
Nuqui added that the parents of the saved children will also be investigated to check if they are also into the crime.
The international crackdown against human and child trafficking has been up all through this year. However, the controversial rose after an international organization revealed that a ring of child exploitation facilities were in the Philippines.
Last month, Australian Gerar Peter Scully, 51, was arrested. He was the man behind the sexual-torture scheme called the “Daisy’s Destruction.”