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23 women suspected of child porn Should we have Internet Sexual Assault charges??

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Posted 21 May 2011 - 01:12 AM

23 women suspected of child porn

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* May 20, 2011 10:20PM

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TWENTY-THREE women from across Sweden have been charged with involvement in what investigators call a unique child pornography case because most of the suspects are female.

A 43-year old man today was charged with having provided them with 510 films and photos of children being exploited in "especially ruthless" manner.

The women, aged between 38 and 70, allegedly met the man online and received and accepted the files he sent them. Seven of them have confessed. Some of them are also suspected of having spread the material and two of producing child pornographic photographs themselves.

Detective Inspector Bjorn Sellstrom says it's the first time, in both Sweden and the world, that so many women have been involved in such a case.

Read more: http://www.news.com....5#ixzz1MtflxKac

This case and many others like it, usually where professional males are involved in child pornography raises the question, should we worldwide be doing something about making such behaviour Criminal Sexual Assault, or similiar where the incidents have occured online?

The reality is, it is equally, if not more damaging to those who have had their images used, regardless of whether they know about it or not, as that of face to face sexual assault.

It is overdue the harmful psychological damage to the innocent children and those who have had their images taken without their consent is taken more into account.

We recently read a very good Letter to the Editor about Crimes where the Internet has been used in a UK newspaper raising this kind of issue.

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