Child Pornography and Pedophilia have become rampant in America and across the world, and with the Harvey Weinstein case helping to blow the lid off of some of the elite degeneracy that's occurring the focus is more so now than ever in both cases as well as child sex trafficking and abuse of innocents.
The Cincinnati Offices of the Federal Bureau of Investigation have released images of a woman who they say may be able to help them save a child victim who's being abused in several child porn films, and the Cincy FBI needs the public to assist in identifying the woman.
The FBI is simply referring to the woman as <i>”Jane Doe 39”</i>, who they believe is of Asian descent and possibly between the ages of 25 and 35 years old with long black hair.
Helping the FBI locate this woman could be crucial to saving a child since she appeared in a child porn video that was recognized by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
In the video, the woman appeared to have been speaking Vietnamese, and it's possible she's a victim of human trafficking herself.
She was wearing a white, yellow, blue, and red floral dress in the initial video, albeit that may not be enough to go on alone.
FBI Cincinnati spokesman Todd Lindgren said it remains unseen if the video was shared outside of Ohio but they most certainly believe finding this woman is crucial to their investigation.
This case is being investigated as part of the Endangered Child Alert Program, which seeks to expose unknown adults involved in child pornography, and the FBI's Operation Rescue Me, which is focused on identifying victims of child pornography through image analysis.
The video was obtained during an FBI investigation and forwarded to the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC), an organization that works closely with the Bureau to stop child predators.
Further investigation revealed that the images have surfaced elsewhere online, said Special Agent Susan Romash, who investigates child exploitation cases as part of the FBI’s Violent Crimes Against Children program.
“We know the video has been traded on the Internet,” Romash said, “and we know this child is a victim who needs our help.”
Anyone with information can <a href="https://tips.fbi.gov/">submit a tip online </a>or call the FBI’s toll-free tip line at 1-800-CALL-FBI (1-800-225-5324).
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