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HONG KONG: It was a quiet Tuesday afternoon at the Sha Tin office of an international courier company when John, a 26-year-old customer-service supervisor, received an enticing Facebook message from a woman calling herself Samantha Cheng.
After introducing herself, the woman asked John (not his real name) to switch to Skype and then invited him to go somewhere private for a video chat. “I went to the male toilet in the office and started video chatting with Samantha,” John later recalled in a police statement.
Some included adults conducting and orchestrating sexual acts. We came in at a level where we didn't know who the lower down people were, but we had the people involved at the top."As soon as he got the newest information, Det Sgt Thayanithy and a colleague met with officers at the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP), part of the National Crime Agency. In July 2012, Special Agent Hoots Johnson (not his real name) was sitting at his desk at the offices of the Homeland Security Investigations team in Missouri when an advert on the online classified website Craigslist caught his eye, offering photography services from the Philippines.
It was clear that some of the children were foreign. Johnson, an expert in undercover operations and a 25-year crime-fighting veteran, guessed from the language that it was something far more sinister.
Rubbish was strewn across the floor and was piled so high that it reached the window sills.