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AussieLex

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She took  sex video of niece  at home as NBI  agents arrived; US Homeland traced her in Cordova

 

She knew it was wrong but the $60 payment was easy to earn.

 

When agents of the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) surprised her at home yesterday , 18-year-old Jaimie (not her real name) was using her mobile phone to take a video of her niece posing naked.

 

The girl was 10 years old.

 

The video was intended for a male customer in the United States, one of four whom Jaimie has been dealing with since last year.

“Gusto man gud nila og bata nga 11 years old and below so ang akong pag-umangkon ang akong gikuha. Ako siya giingnan nga tagaan nako siya og bawon. Nisugot ra pud siya. (They wanted minors 11 years old, and below  so I asked my niece. I told her I’d give her money for snacks. She agreed),” said the teenage mother.

 

NBI agents, armed with a search warrant,  raided Jaime’s house past 2 p.m. in  barangay Cogon, Codova town in Mactan Island, Cebu and caught her redhanded.

 

NEW MODUS

The use of camperaphones in home-based cyberp*orn operations is a recent modus to avoid detection, said lawyer Czar Eric Nuqui, head of the NBI-Anti Trafficking Division (NBI-ATRAD) in Manila.

 

“Instead of using laptops or desktop computers which are easily visible, they use mobilephones. The scheme is actually new and is aimed at avoiding  detection and for security precaution.

 

Perpetrators know they can easily transfer from one location to another, making it hard for investigators to track their location,” he told CDN.

Cordova town has been the location of the most arrests for child trafficking and cyberp*orn operations in Cebu since the first major bust there in 2008, based on police records.

 

Jaimie’s one-year-old son was turned over to a relative for the time being.

The NBI arrested Jaime, and her mother-in-law who was with four other minors in an adjacent house. Then operatives tracked down Jaime’s 22-year-old live-in-partner, an employee in the Mactan Export Processing Zone and took him into custody as well.

“We’re sure of Jaimie because we transacted with her. But we have to determine the specific participation of the two other suspects,” said the NBI operative.

 

The NBI rescued four girls and one boy—all aged 12 years old and below—and turned them over to the Department of Social Welfare and Services for counseling.

The NBI confiscated two mobile phones, an Android smartphone used by Jaimie, and another phone of her mother-in-law.

 

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“Nahibalo ko nga sayop ang akong gibuhat pero tungod sa panginahanglan, nisulod ko sa ingon niining klase sa negosyo. (I knew it was wrong but I entered the business to support our needs,”Jaimie told CDN.

She said she met a foreigner on an online dating site about a year ago. He asked her to to pose naked and perform lewd acts for a fee. She accepted, and received P1,000.  After that, she dealt with at least four other Americans interested in online p*ornography.

Jaimie was traced through information from the US Department of Homeland Security, said NBI 7 Assistant Director Augusto Isidoro.

“Some of her clients were already arrested in America.  Homeland Security was  able to trace the source of the p*ornographic materials recovered from the foreign suspects to Cebu,” he told CDN.

 

The lewd photos and videos of victims were forwarded by Homeland Security to the Inter-Agency Council Against Trafficking (IACAT) and then to the NBI central office in Manila.

A decoy posed as a customer and transacted with Jamie through  Facebook. She  accepted a request to have her niece perform lewd moves  online for US$60.

The money was sent to a money transfer company in Cebu and was received by Jaimie days ago.

With the assistance of NBI 7 agents, Manila operatives made the arrest in Cordova.

 

Isidoro said charges will be filed on Monday for violating Republic Act 9208 or the Anti-Trafficking in Persons Act of 2003 in relation to Republic Act 10364 or the “Expanded Anti-Trafficking in

Persons Act of 2012 as well as a violation of Republic Act 10175 or the Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012.

Since the victims are minors, the offense falls under qualified trafficking, a non-bailable offense. The penalty  is a jail term of up to 40 years and a fine of P2 million to P5 million.

The charges will be filed with the Mandaue City Prosecutors’ Office.

The search warrant was issued by Judge Ferdinand Rafanan of the Regional Trial Court Branch 55 in Mandaue City.

 

While incidence of child prostitution and sexual exploitation in Cebu City bars and night clubs went down in 2015, Isidoro said human traffickers have shifted to cyberp*ornography which is harder to investigate.

“Instead of working in clubs, they prefer to exploit relatives to earn money. Cyberp*ornogaphy is difficult to address because operators do their work in the privacy of their homes,” said Nuqui.

“But with the cooperation of our counterparts in other countries as well as the IACAT in the Philippines, we will monitor them,” he added.

 

Isidoro warned those who engage in cyberponography that law enforcement agencies will not stop running after them.

“There will be no let up in our campaign against human trafficking. This is a very serious offense with harsh penalties. It destroys people and has a long-term effect on children. The victims are very young. They don’t know that their photos and videos are being spread around the world,” he said.

Regional State Prosecutor Fernando Gubalane said there should be no letup in the war against human trafficking.

 

“The state of human trafficking in Central Visayas is currently not alarming but there has been a continuous number of trafficking cases,” he said.

There 75 trafficking cases filed last year, a number which went down to 34 in the first half of this year, based on records of the RSP office.

 

‘I needed money for milk and rice’

Jaimie, the 18-year-old mother, whose cyberp*orn racket at home in Cordova town was busted by the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI), said she regretted her actions.

“Dako kaayo ang akong pagmahay ilabi na nga duna koy anak. (I really regret doing this especially since  I have a son),” she said, wiping tears from her eyes.

Jaimie finished second year high school. Last year, she left her family to live with her boyfriend in Cordova town.

She said she needed money to buy milk for her one-year-old baby and rice for the family.

Jaimie said she started out posing and performing lewd moves for foreign cusomers only last year. Then she  recruited her young niece to do it twice.

She didn’t know that the last Facebook transaction she had online was a trap set up by US Homeland Security.

Jaimie’s live-in partner alleged that he had no idea about a cyberponography business taking place at home.

“Wala gyud koy kalibutan ana. Zero knowledge ko ana. (I entirely have no idea about that),” he told CDN at the NBI 7 office where he and the two other suspects are detained.

 

The MPEZ production worker  said he and Jaimie would sometimes take  sex videos  of  themselves but that this was for private use.

“Private scandal lang to namo, pero walay live show. (Those videos were private scandals, but definitely no live shows),” he said.

His 39-year-old mother, a manicurist,  said she spent most of her time  at home and didn’t know anything.

The NBI who took the boyfriend and his mother into custody said they are still trying to determine how much they knew or participated in the cyberp*orn racket at home.

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‘Cybersex’ operation in Cordova home, 5 minors rescued 

 Saturday, December 05, 2015 

IT was an ordinary day for Niña (not her real name), who took off her shirt in front of a computer and a camera while being guided by her aunt in their house in Barangay Cogon, Cordova, Cebu yesterday.

She did not see the law enforcers coming.

When a National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) team arrived around 2 p.m., said Assistant Regional Director Augusto Eric Isidoro, they saw Niña “performing” in the house of her aunt, Irene Diloy, and her grandmother, Merly Racal.

Racal, mother of Diloy’s common-law husband, was reportedly helping Diloy guide the girl’s act, off-camera.

Niña, however, wasn’t the only victim. Three other girls and a boy, all of whom were believed to be Diloy’s nieces and nephew, were also rescued.

Their alleged online activities were first tracked by the Department of Homeland Security of the United States of America, which then worked with the NBI, Inter-Agency Council Against Trafficking (IACAT), International Justice Mission (IJM) and the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) to rescue the children.

Although their ages have yet to be confirmed, Isidoro said the rescued children appeared to be younger than 12.

Diloy had no idea the foreigner she transacted with for Niña’s online live show that day was working with law enforcers to stop them.

Warning

The original plan was to do it last Friday, but Diloy reportedly changed the schedule to yesterday for some reason, according to Isidoro.

It has been a while since Cordova gained attention for its alleged cybersex operations.

The last reported operation that saved children from the same form of exploitation in Cebu was in Barangays Mactan and Babag in Lapu-Lapu City, where 10 children were rescued, last Aug. 13.

The operation “should serve as a warning to anyone discreetly operating cybersex dens in the Philippines. Law enforcement will definitely find them,” said IJM National Director Jesse Rudy, who joined the entrapment yesterday.

Isidoro said they have invited Diloy’s live-in partner Johnson, a 23-year-old factory worker, for questioning. The authorities got a tip that he would also participate in the business.

Johnson was not in the house yesterday as he was reportedly at work.

Parents

The parents of the five children were also invited for questioning.

Anong kinalaman nila bakit napasok dito ang mga anak nila? (Why were their children doing this? Were the parents involved?),” Isidoro said.

In the meantime, only Diloy and Racal will be named respondents in complaints for violating Republic Act (RA) 9208 (Anti-Trafficking in Persons), as amended by RA 10364 (Expanded Anti-Trafficking in Persons), RA 9775 (the Anti-Child p*ornography Law) and RA 10175 (the Cybercrime Prevention Act).

The rescued children were also placed under the custody of the DSWD, so they may undergo stress debriefing and seminars.

The children may also be brought to the USA so they could stand as witnesses against their previous customers arrested by the law enforcers, according to Isidoro.

Homeland Security has been monitoring “pedophiles who prey on children over the Internet.” That was how they traced the house of Diloy in Cordova, Isidoro said.

“All their (the children’s) expenses there will be shouldered by Homeland Security. Child-trafficking cases in their country are borderless, e. Kahit saan pa ginawa yan, kapag nahuli ka, kulong ka (Whether they did it on the Internet, if they’re caught, they’d still be jailed),” Isidoro said.

Intersection

The law enforcers prepared for the Cordova operation in a matter of a few days, after Homeland Security provided them with details on the target.

They arranged for a transaction with Diloy online, then implemented a search warrant issued by Mandaue City Regional Trial Court Branch 55 Judge Ferdinand Rafanan.

That the suspects were relatives of the victims was not extraordinary. According to Rudy, that’s the usual trend for cybersex operations.

“We are not seeing brothels opening cybersex dens. What we’re seeing (are) family members, parents, uncles, cousins that are exploiting their relationship with the children,” he said.

He, however, urged the public not to blame the town if cybersex allegations taint Cebu’s reputation again.

“This is a problem that we see springing up across the Philippines, essentially anywhere, where you see the intersection of poverty and Internet access. I don’t think there is anything particularly unique about Cordova,” he told Sun.Star Cebu

Published in the Sun.Star Cebu newspaper on December 06, 2015.

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for a moment i thought you meant she was sorry about the formatting of the video she took

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She is sorry she got caught. The shame is that with few jobs out there in the Philippines for anyone without a college degree, more women might be resorting to p*orn to support themselves and sometimes because of the pressure guilt family puts on their children to send money home. 

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She is sorry she got caught. The shame is that with few jobs out there in the Philippines for anyone without a college degree, more women might be resorting to p*orn to support themselves and sometimes because of the pressure guilt family puts on their children to send money home. 

 

Let her go out and prostitute herself, before she should involve a child, though. She's an adult. She has a responsibility to children - to NOT let anything happen to them. This is disgusting. 

 

I hope they catch the piece of shite customer of hers as well, abroad. 

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It seems they are well on the trail of the customers. :)

 

This is just an easier way for people to make money, who are too lazy to work hard, or too dumb to create

some legal way to make money.

 

Cordova used to pop up pretty often at my site, related to chat scams, home based cam girl scams, etc.

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Let her go out and prostitute herself, before she should involve a child, though. She's an adult. She has a responsibility to children - to NOT let anything happen to them. This is disgusting. 

 

I hope they catch the piece of shite customer of hers as well, abroad. 

 

Her piece of shite customer is US Homeland Security.

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Her piece of shite customer is US Homeland Security.

 

This is where I was under the impression she had other customers abroad. 

 

 

The video was intended for a male customer in the United States, one of four whom Jaimie has been dealing with since last year.

If the "customer" was Homeland Security, I missed that in the article.

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This is where I was under the impression she had other customers abroad. 

 

If the "customer" was Homeland Security, I missed that in the article.

 

This is where I got that from.

 

She didn’t know that the last Facebook transaction she had online was a trap set up by US Homeland Security.

 

It appears like they have already arrested most of her previous customers. I'm sure that any other customers she had will be buttoned up shortly.

 

She said she met a foreigner on an online dating site about a year ago. He asked her to to pose naked and perform lewd acts for a fee. She accepted, and received P1,000.  After that, she dealt with at least four other Americans interested in online p*ornography.

 

Jaimie was traced through information from the US Department of Homeland Security, said NBI 7 Assistant Director Augusto Isidoro.

 

“Some of her clients were already arrested in America.  Homeland Security was  able to trace the source of the p*ornographic materials recovered from the foreign suspects to Cebu,” he told CDN.

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Cordova unfortunately does not have the lock on stuff like that....I know of a couple of towns in Samar that would probably give them a run for their money..its been said before....a lot of that stuff here and though the "buyer" is usually a foreigner the "seller is usually a relative 

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Cordova unfortunately does not have the lock on stuff like that....I know of a couple of towns in Samar that would probably give them a run for their money..its been said before....a lot of that stuff here and though the "buyer" is usually a foreigner the "seller is usually a relative 

This is the tragedy.  I am really happy that 'Western' countries are prosecuting blokes who pay for cam sex/sexual images with minors.  I think we should increasing funding for our police forces to investigate this as it's truly odious.  I detest this 'demand side' of the equation.

 

There should be, concomitantly, a curb on the 'supply side' but there seems such a ready availability of young kids pimped by their parents/relatives.  Any hints on how to reduce this?

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Any hints on how to reduce this?

 

Yes, but there is no death penalty here in the Philippines...and in first world countries its rarely used for things like this...

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Yes, but there is no death penalty here in the Philippines...and in first world countries its rarely used for things like this...

You're deliberately saying things to make my pinko liberal toes curl.  You brute!

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It appears like they have already arrested most of her previous customers. I'm sure that any other customers she had will be buttoned up shortly.

 

They should somehow keep it going to snare more thru her...have her expose other purveyors etc...like is done with drug dealers....catch one and have him suck in the rest for you for some time off.

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There should be, concomitantly, a curb on the 'supply side' but there seems such a ready availability of young kids pimped by their parents/relatives.  Any hints on how to reduce this?

 

I think you reduce the problem by developing the economy. Gaps between the rich and poor make these activities a viable economic activity - no matter what we might think. I feel a little sorry for the mom. I suppose in a way, whoring the kids on cam is better than sending them off to a whore house. But we all know the mom - no matter how poor - probably had other options if she got off her ass and looked around. As for the source of demand - whether it be drugs or p*orn or oil or carbon dioxide in the air, that's the kind fodder you feed young impressionable minds to radicalize them against the evils of the capitalist west. 

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They should somehow keep it going to snare more thru her...have her expose other purveyors etc...like is done with drug dealers....catch one and have him suck in the rest for you for some time off.

 

she is the ring leader of that little bullshit ... she sold to others then HOMEland set her up ...   but of course just like the bus drivers who crash its not her fault she is poor .

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