Europeans bust Net child porn ring

Thursday, 4 July 2002, 1:51 AM EST

Members of the ring allegedly broadcast live pictures of abuse on the Internet and posted images of children, including babies, being sexually abused and tortured.

"In terms of the kind of material they are posting and allowing access to, it’s the worst group I have encountered," said Detective Chief Supt. Len Hynds of Britain’s National High-tech Crime Unit, which coordinated a yearlong investigation with the European police organization Europol.

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