REPORT: Massive DOJ bust nabs over 2,300 suspected child sex offenders


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The Justice Department announced on Wednesday that officials have arrested more than 2,300 suspected child sex offenders over the last three months as part of a nationwide operation.

The coordinated operation, known as “Broken Heart,” was conducted by Internet Crimes Against Children, or ICAC, task forces with the help of more than 4,500 federal, state, local, and tribal law enforcement agencies in all 50 states.

The article goes on to state the following:

The task force has already identified 195 criminals who have committed child sexual abuse or produced child pornography, arrested more than 2,300 suspected child predators, and investigated around 25,200 sexual abuse complaints.

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