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ICE assists in arrests of 5 suspected child sexual predators during ‘Operation Home Alone 2’

The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement participated in a multi-agency operation to “target sexual predators who attempted to lure underage children with the intent of engaging in sexual activity.”

After a “months-long proactive operation to combat child sexual exploitation and child sex trafficking” in Arizona’s Pinal County, five men were arrested during the multi-day sting operation. The undercover operation, named “Operation Home Alone 2,” involved local, state, and federal agencies, including ICE’s Homeland Security Investigations, Arizona Department of Public Safety, Pinal Criminal Targeting Unit, Casa Grande Police Department, Maricopa Police Department, and the Pinal County Attorney’s Office.

“HSI, working alongside our law enforcement partners, is deeply committed to pursuing alleged predators lurking within our communities seeking to harm and exploit our most vulnerable population,” Scott Brown, special agent in charge of HSI Phoenix, said. “This multi-agency effort epitomizes our ongoing mission in Arizona and is a testament to the men and woman who working these heinous cases law enforcement developed probable cause to charge five suspects. All suspects were booked into the Pinal County Jail.”

Five people were arrested, including a former sheriff’s detective. Christopher Butts, 44, a former Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office detective from Phoenix, was arrested on charges of aggravated luring of a minor for sexual exploitation and furnishing harmful items to a minor on Sept. 2, according to the ICE press release. Butts had been on bond for an arrest in February on the same charges, officials said.

Ryan Kellerman, 36, was reportedly arrested on charges of aggravated luring of a minor for sexual exploitation and furnishing harmful items to a minor on Sept. 3. Kellerman is also reportedly a suspect in a child pornography case with the Maricopa Police Department.

Daniel May, 40, and Matthew Salley, 38, were allegedly arrested and charged with luring a minor for sexual exploitation on Aug. 26, according to officials.

Jordan Holloway, 26, was arrested and charged with luring a minor for sexual exploitation on Aug. 27, according to officials.

All suspects were booked into the Pinal County Jail.

The arrests come on the heels of several successful operations by the U.S. Marshals that have located 72 missing and at-risk children in the past few weeks.

Last week, the U.S. Marshals announced they rescued eight “highly endangered” missing children in Indiana during “Operation Homecoming.”

In late August, U.S. Marshals tracked down 39 missing children in Georgia and Florida during “Operation Not Forgotten.” The U.S. Marshals Service said the children ranged in age from 3 to 17, and 15 of the children were victims of sex trafficking. U.S. Marshals cleared 26 warrants during the two-week operation.

Also last month, U.S. Marshals located 25 missing and endangered children from Ohio during “Operation Safety Net.” The missing children were between the ages of 13 and 18, and were found as far away as Miami, Florida. U.S. Marshals noted that a quarter of the endangered children were victims of human trafficking and prostitution.

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Alan “The-State-Can-Plunge-A-Needle-In-Your-Arm” Dershowitz Is In Epstein’s “Little Black Book”

Alan Dershowitz, the infamous lawyer for Donald Trump who said the government can “jab a needle in your arm” is in Jeffrey Epstein’s little black book of people who flew on the Lolita Express no fewer than 12 times.

Dershowitz, who defended President Donald Trump during his Senate impeachment trial says you have no right to decide what goes into your body. That is for the government to decide. Americans need to wake up. There is no left or right. The rulers are all on the same team. It’s us vs. them.

Top Lawyer Says The Government Has THE POWER To “Plunge a NEEDLE IN YOUR ARM”

So. who among Epstein’s infamous black book will need a good lawyer if Ghislaine Maxwell starts singing? At the top of the list are the usual scandal magnets, Prince Andrew, Bill Clinton, and Alan Dershowitz. They all hung around with Epstein, but each has a history of slithering out of jams.

Other Epstein associates with less experience in the hot seat might also start to squirm. Billionaire hedge fund owner Glenn Dubin, for example, who is one half of an accomplished Manhattan super-couple: His striking wife, Dr. Eva Andersson-Dubin, founded the Dubin Breast Center of the Tisch Cancer Institute at the Mount Sinai Medical Center.

Dershowitz is little more than a Nazi, with views that you have no right to your own body. He’s borderline senile, like Biden, and thinks the government can use any force necessary to “plunge a needle in your arm.” He’s a member of the elitists and ruling class and should be afraid that his ties to known pedophiles have surfaced.

But don’t expect justice. As we mentioned a few days ago, if Maxwell even comes close to signaling that she’s going to “name names,” she will meet a similar fate as Epstein. We’ve seen this before. The mainstream media will cover it up as a suicide and the tyrannical pedophiles will go on terrorizing the public and enslaving the masses.

The dirtbag Dershowitz also helped ensure Epstein never paid for his crimes. When Jeffrey Epstein found out in 2005 that he was being investigated by police for the sexual abuse of underage girls, he called Dershowitz.  The allegations were that Epstein had sexually abused girls when they were underage, sexually assaulted them, or masturbated in front of them during massages at his mansion. Dershowitz went to work discrediting some of Epstein’s accusers. One young woman, identified as A.H., said that she had started going to Epstein’s house when she was 16, that he had photographed her naked, and that he had attempted to rape her. Dershowitz sent the lead investigator a letter intended to call into question her character, culling information from her social media accounts. This character assassination helped Epstein get a “cushy plea deal” without actually having to pay for his crimes.

Epstein’s legal team arrived at a “non-prosecution agreement” with the office of the US attorney in Miami, then led by Alexander Acosta, who went on to become President Trump’s secretary of labor (he announced his resignation earlier this month after criticism of his role in the Epstein case). Under the deal, Epstein spent 13 months in jail and was able to go on work release to a nearby office — where, according to an attorney representing his accusers, he was able to continue preying on women. –VOX

Before SHTF, Let’s Revisit Jeffrey Epstein’s Little Black Book

Dershowitz isn’t the only high profile tyrant in Epstein’s book, but considering he thinks the government owns the bodies of millions of people, it’s imperative we shed some light on the distasteful character that he is as he continues to slither his way into positions of power.

It isn’t really shocking now that Dershowitz thinks he can violate the consent of those who don’t want to be vaccinated. After all, it looks like he has a habit of violating others without their consent and defends those who do the same.

 

 

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Jeffrey Epstein’s ‘Madame’ Has Been Arrested: Will She Face A Similar Fate?

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We all know Jeffrey Epstein, the wealthy high-profile pedophile that flew politicians and celebrities to his disturbing island on the Lolita Express, didn’t kill himself.  Now that his madame has been arrested, perhaps she will not kill herself too while in custody.

Ghislaine Maxwell was arrested Thursday morning in Bradford New Hampshire where she has been staying in a million-dollar estate. Considering how long she has been on the run, her arrest timing is already suspicious. Washington Free Beacon senior investigative reporter Alana Goodman told “Tucker Carlson Tonight Thursday that the circumstances of the arrest of Ghislaine Maxwell, Jeffrey Epstein’s ex-girlfriend, and alleged madam, were “very bizarre.”

“There were rumors of all different places that she was supposedly at,” said Goodman, co-author of A Convenient Death: The Mysterious Demise of Jeffrey Epstein. “I mean, some people claimed maybe [Maxwell was in] Paris. I mean, people had spotted her in Paris. There were claims about London. There were claims about, like, the Israeli embassy and things like that,” Goodman added. “There’s been some pretty wild speculation, but I think generally the idea was people assumed she was out of the country.”

What’s strange is that because Maxwell holds citizenship in France, the country of her birth, she likely would not have been extradited from the European nation had she gone there.  It begs the question, why was she just waiting in the U.S. to be arrested? “So it was very surprising that she is hiding out, really under everyone’s noses in the United States, within driving distance of the U.S. attorney’s office that is prosecuting her right now,” Goodman said.

“I think that a lot of the friends of Jeffrey Epstein who were very relieved after he died are probably pretty terrified at this moment,” Goodman told Carlson, “because I think that Ghislaine Maxwell has every incentive to talk in this situation. And if she even pretends that she might open up, she will likely face the same fate as Epstein.

“Epstein is dead … she doesn’t really have to worry about protecting him or anything else at this point. And I think that [the Department of Justice] also has more leeway to potentially kind of deal with her than it did with Epstein because … he was accused of being the kingpin in this situation.”

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