85 children saved from one huge police effort

85 children saved from one huge police effort
22 August, 2016 NetClean
NEWS 2016/08/22

85 children saved from one huge police effort

85 children saved from one huge police effort that brought down one of the world’s largest paedophile networks. Jon Rouse from the Queensland Police spoke about the case at our half day seminar #skillnadpåriktigt in October 2015.

October 5 2016 it is time for the next #skillnadpåriktigt and this year we have a new list of great speakers. Read more and register at www.skillnadpariktigt.se.

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