June 25th, 2014
04:33 PM ET

FBI shuts website allegedly linked to child prostitution

The FBI has shut down a website advertising children for prostitution - a move made as part of a broader crackdown on the sex trafficking of minors, law enforcement sources told CNN on condition of anonymity.

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  1. Rex

    SHUT IT DOWN!!!
    And lock those people up!

    June 28, 2014 at 11:05 am | Reply
  2. Valyr Bye

    "US law enforcement ONLY spoke up about raped kids under terms of anonimity". How brave of them! (Krap! No rolling-eyes n gagging smiley available.)

    July 2, 2014 at 12:58 pm | Reply
  3. Kamusiime Micheal - Uganda

    I must say that this is a good idea, because these project is trying to end world.

    August 8, 2014 at 2:59 am | Reply
  4. rick

    The sickest thing in prison is a child molester.! And they are more of them than most realize around. And how many of them skirt the laws by moving around.. Changing their names.. Or put up false information on wherabouts or residency.. Seen this dozens of times during my carrear in law enforcement. Instead of this millitarization of law enforcement. Why not actualy DO THE JOB they were supposed to in first place? Use the money to actualy track them down instead of bashing down a door with children behind it? If these were actualy put in jail for the ENTIRE SENTANCE they deserve. Streets and children would be a lot safer. Its been proven that rehab dont even remotely work. Because of the rearrests of many again for same crime ith another child later on. Its not if will but WHEN GET CAUGHT AGAIN.!

    September 12, 2014 at 8:12 am | Reply

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