Police Sting Nets Slovenian Child Sex Offenders Purchasing Abusive Content Online

Croatian police have seized over 50 digital devices from eight suspects in a thorough investigation into child pornography. The aim is to determine the number of crimes committed, whether the suspects shared photos with child pornography and how they obtained them. One suspect has been arrested and a child was saved in an international operation called “Mosaic”. Slovenian authorities have revealed more details about the operation, which saw eight of their citizens arrested for sexually abusing children and minors over the internet. The suspects accessed dark web links and used public, unprotected access to commit their crimes. In Montenegro, three individuals were arrested as part of the “Mosaic” campaign for child pornography. The main suspects in both countries used cryptocurrency to make purchases, concealing their actions and identities while accessing the dark web to obtain material depicting sexual abuse of children. The investigation involves analyzing digital devices and gathering evidence to prosecute the suspects for their crimes.

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