Sunday, January 09, 2011

1,700 Pentagon Employees From Pentagon Child Porn Investigation Not Investigated.

Let me get this straight. TSA has the resources/funds to scan and molest American citizens, under the guise of "protection" from potential terrorists, yet the DCIS doesn't have enough resources to investigate 1,700 of 5,200 Pentagon employees and contractors - including top staffers from the DOD and contractors at the NSA - listed as purchasing child pornography online...four years ago? Even better, of the 302 confirmed DOD employee/contractors, only 70 were checked out! Criminal "investigators", supposedly on the case, couldn't even answer as to whether the supervisors of these employees were notified.

Senator Charles Grassley, who investigated this issue, said if not for the few journalists exposing this story, the Pentagon would have continued to stonewall him.

Several individuals identified under Project Flicker used their DoD/govemment e-mail address, Fleet Post Office (FPO) military address, or Army Post Office (APO) military address to register for the child pornography websites. AUSA Smagala requested that DCIS assist in the identification of individuals affiliated with the DoD. Initiation of a joint project into this matter was initiated to provide short term assistance to EDVA and ICE. As DoD subjects were identified, information was provided to the DCIS office within the appropriate area of responsibility for action deemed appropriate. Coordination was made throughout the project with the appropriate Military Criminal Investigative Organizations.
Due to the short term nature of this project and the need to focus more resources on other DCIS investigative priorities, this project is closed as "finished."

Why isn't this bigger news?


Anonymous,  16:04  

I hope your plane crashes then you will see how important TSA is.

Anonymous,  21:56  

The DOD is, in fact, responsible for loading 50 gigabytes of child porn onto file trading services. That employee brought that content from his home and uploaded it. Then the NSA seeped the child porn "epidemic" details into the media trumpeters. What followed was roughly 10 years of tens of thousands of arrests of people trading the very images that the DOD itself uploaded. It is readily apparent that the child pornographers within the DOD wanted their problem to become the country's problem. Moreover, many Congresspersons and Senators conflated the penalties for merely viewing child porn into "Production", as if the person trading was just as dangerous as the person actually making the videos and pictures. Clearly someone in the DOD wanted to be able to say "Hey look what those people are doing: we can help you by becoming the investigative source for civilian courts!" Unfortunately, deep in the Department of Defense there is a bunch of really vicious, organized child pornographers who use DOD children as their asset pool. Take a look at the cameras at thoroughfares around DOD installations, and you will sometimes find those cameras NOT AT THE BASE FRONT GATES, but at where the school buses travel through. 70 East and Academic BLVD, or- Academic Drive, closer to the base.

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