TV investigation leads to arrest of child traffickers supplying children to British paedophiles
Nov 10, 2013 00:00
By Mike Hamilton
Police in Cambodia seized a suspect and rescued two girls aged 13 and 14 in a sting operation in the country which is a magnet for UK child abusers.
Police have swooped on child traffickers supplying youngsters to British paedophiles following a TV investigation.
Cops in Cambodia seized a suspect and rescued two girls aged 13 and 14 in a sting operation in the country which is a magnet for UK child abusers.
The raid in capital Phnom Penh came after ITV Exposure programme investigator Mark Williams-Thomas posed as a paedophile and caught the city’s tuk-tuk taxi drivers offering girls for sex.
He handed over evidence to police who said: “One man has been arrested and hopefully more action will follow thanks to the information we have been given.”
In September, we revealed details of the programme showing footage of British paedophile Reginald Blakeley, 71, with his arms around a young local boy.
Experts told how predators posed as charity workers or teachers to get to children.
Mr Williams-Thomas, who was offered a 10-year-old girl in the investigation, said of the arrest: “This is a brilliant result.”
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