New evidence emerges implicating Clintons
By: Jay Greenberg
New evidence connects Clintons to largest pedophile bust in history
Hillary Clinton has now been implicated in the recent pedophile ring bust in Norway, said to be the largest child sex abuse case in history, after new evidence has emerged that connects the Clinton Foundation to the case that involves elected officials, politicians, lawyers, doctors and teachers.
Norwegian Clinton Foundation donors have now withdrawn their support for Hillary Clinton amid rumours that the Clintons are connected to the “Operation Darkroom” scandal that has so far seen 20 people arrested.
Despite this case being a huge success in the battle against child porn and Elite sex abuse, there is still a total mainstream media blackout in the English-speaking West, with the UK and US press refusing to publish details of the case in a massive coverup to protect those implicated.
Desultory Heroics reports:
Last Sunday, as reported by the Associated Press and a variety of both independent and corporate news sources, a large pedophile ring involving 51 people was busted in Norway, leading to the arrest of 20 people, three convictions and a search for the others in different parts of the country. One of the most detailed reports so far came from Turkey’s Daily Sabah, reported below:
Norway launches probe on pedophile network involving 51 people, 20 arrestedBy DAILY SABAH WITH ASSOCIATED PRESS
Norwegian police said on Sunday they are investigating a grotesque pedophilia ring suspected of involvement in the abuse of at least 51 people, which includes the abuse of infants and at least one case of a suspect acknowledging abusing his own children. The latest incident is considered one of the largest child sexual abuse cases in the country’s history.
Deputy Police Chief Gunnar Floystad said that in they have arrested 20 men so far, with three convictions, in western Norway. The 31 other suspects are from other regions in Norway. Those facing charges are to receive a maximum penalty of up to 15 years in prison.
Floystad told reporters Sunday that many of the suspects are highly educated, and include lawyers and politicians. Two current or former elected officials, one teacher and a lawyer are allegedly among the accused. He said he could not reveal more details pending the conclusion of the investigation, known as “Dark Room,” which began in 2015. Prosecutors said the perpetrators met in the dark web, using encryption and anonymity to hide their tracks.
“We have the clear perception that like-minded individuals met with each other in the so-called dark net, where they could talk with one another and cultivate their interest in children in peace,” Hilde Reikrås, the head of Operation Dark Room, said at a press conference on Sunday, the Local Norway reported.
“There are several highly educated [individuals] with high IT skills. They’ve used encryption and anonymity to hide their tracks,” head police prosecutor Janne Ringset Heltne said at the Sunday press conference, adding that all of the perpetrators involved are allegedly men.
“The material shows the abuse of children of all ages, including infants,” Reikrås said. She also gave examples of the scope of the horrific abuse.