Over 100 arrested in worldwide pedophile probe

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June 20, 2007 23:13

 
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Investigators have arrested more than 100 pedophiles worldwide since Canadian police began monitoring an Internet chat room two years ago used by pedophiles who streamed live videos of children being raped. Toronto Police Sgt. Paul Krawczyk said Wednesday he has been involved in 82 arrests globally and says the total number is well over 100. British officials announced Monday 700 new suspects in 35 countries have been identified. They said 31 children have been rescued since they began their part of the investigation last August.

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