Related News: ICE Released 2,837 Convicted Alien Sex Offenders to Comply With Supreme Court Ruling

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Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has released 2,837 convicted criminal alien sex offenders back into American communities in order to comply with a Supreme Court decision authored by Clinton-appointed Justice Stephen Breyer, according to a new report by the Government Accountability Office (GAO).

The 2,837 sex offenders represented five percent of the 59,347 deportable aliens that have been released from detention under the supervision of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), according to the GAO report, which was released Thursday.

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Related News: 245 arrested in U.S.-led child sex abuse operation

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Washington (CNN) — An international operation led by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement aimed at child pornography and sexual abuse has resulted in the arrest of 245 suspects, officials announced Thursday. All but 23 of the suspects were apprehended in the United States.

The agency said that during the course of Operation Sunflower, law enforcement officers identified 123 victims of child exploitation and removed 44 of those children from their alleged abusers with whom they were living. The other cases involved victims who were exploited by people outside their homes or children who were harmed years ago and are now adults.

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Related News: “The hidden side of your soul”: How the FBI uses the Web as a child porn honeypot

One new article link has been added to our Related News page. Ars Technica published an article titled “The hidden side of your soul”: How the FBI uses the Web as a child porn honeypot.

The e-mail had not arrived in Cafferty’s inbox by accident. Back in 2006, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) had opened a major investigation into a string of child porn websites. As part of that work, ICE learned that the sites used PayPal to receive money and disguised the nature of the purchases by using odd subject identifiers. A website called Sick Child Room 2005, for instance, used as its PayPal subject identifier the phrase “SickCR Package v.5.06 Build 3638″—which makes it sound like a software purchase. Instead, the site served up sections with names like “Door 1,” “Door 5,” and “Medic’s Corner.” Behind the doors waited 150 videos and 20,000 child porn images.

Source: Ars Technica