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After his 2014 online encounter with the Filipino girl and other incidents, Salazar would become one of at least several dozen people globally who have faced criminal charges for predatory live-camera child sex.But far more get away with this crime, according to prosecutors, police and activists on four continents.A review of hundreds of pages of court records and other documents underscores disturbing patterns: Predators come largely from wealthier nations.The children live in abject poverty, and in many cases are put on view by their own families, who are desperate for money. The children live in developing nations with internet connections, mainly Southeast Asia, but the practice also has expanded to West Africa, experts say.Salazar saw her on his computer screen, via a webcam.
He began live-streaming child sex acts in February 2013.In 2012, an international consortium of law enforcement probed webcam child sex abuse in what is perhaps the first documented instance of police investigating this type of crime. Later came another international joint probe, Operation Toric.Operation Endeavor was led by the National Crime Agency in the United Kingdom, and joined by the Australian Federal Police, the U. The inquiry found 138 individuals from around the world were making payments to a group in the Philippines set up as middlemen for those seeking children. Those cases represent just a small fraction of the number of perpetrators who lurk online, according to law enforcement officials.Sprint workers noticed apparent child pornography among his stored images. But local authorities did not have the technical expertise to comb Salazar’s computers and devices, and pursue the case.Many police department lack in-house skills for this type of analysis. Salazar kept more than 1,000 photos and videos of naked children in various sexual poses, including a toddler who appeared to be bleeding from sexual abuse.
The girl obeyed: She took off her clothes and posed as he demanded.