Italian teens arrested for paying with Bitcoin to see children tortured and murdered on dark web

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Two 17-year-old Italian teens, a boy and a girl, were reportedly arrested last week after using Bitcoin currency to purchase access to a Dark Web live stream of children being sexually abused, tortured and murdered.

The two were arrested as part of an operation known as “Deliro,” which is the Italian word for delirium, that began last October, according to report published Wednesday in the Italian language newspaper Il Messaggero.

“In their texts to each other, authorities said the boy told his friend about the Red Rooms [live streams], where videos of executions, murders, dismemberments, sexual acts on animals, organ removals, castrations, and child pornography against very young children could all be viewed,” TooFab confirmed after viewing the piece.

“Images reportedly shared between the two, seized by law enforcement, include pornographic videos self-made by children; videos adults made of minors sexually assaulting children aged between 2 and 4; and gory videos involving Nazi symbology.”

Operation Delirio has thus far led to the arrest of 25 people, 19 of whom were under the age of 18.

Sadly, the Dark Web live stream where these “Red Rooms” are hosted still remain online.

It’s believed the live streams are likely carried out in South East Asia. It’s further known that most of the live streams end with the child being killed.

The people who operate the streams reportedly charge exorbitant sums of money to let viewers dictate what happens next to the child.

“Investigative activities — which continued after the execution of dozens of searches last autumn … — brought to the surface, the investigators explain, ‘the darkest and most dramatic part of the circumstantial findings,'” a Google translation of the original article in Il Messaggero reads.

“That relating to the Deep Web, an encrypted internet context where images of heinous violence circulate, even in live situations, in which users who have managed to access these hidden environments are allowed to interact in conducts of sexual violence and torture on minors, carried out directly by adults.”

“Live requests have very significant costs and ensure very high profits for foreign organizations that carry out such inhuman acts,” investigators reportedly said, according to the translation.

News of this operation comes only days after six men who’d planned on using makeshift prisons and torture chambers to torture and potentially kill a number of victims were arrested.

“Dutch police arrested six men after discovering sea containers that had been converted into a makeshift prison and sound-proofed “torture chamber” complete with a dentist’s chair, tools including pliers and scalpels and handcuffs, a high ranking officer announced Tuesday,” Time magazine reported on July 7th.

“Authorities said police conducted the raid before the torture chamber could be used and alerted potential victims, who went into hiding. The grisly discovery was made last month by officers investigating leads generated by data from encrypted phones used by criminals that were cracked recently by French police. Detectives in Britain and the Netherlands have already arrested hundreds of suspects based on the encrypted messages.”

Apparently, torturing people is popular among European deviants …

What’s not clear is whether the activities in Britain and the Netherlands were also linked to the Dark Web.

What’s known is that reports about Dark Web torture rooms have been circulating for years now.

Yet according to the habitually wrong left-wing American mainstream media, such reports are all figments of people’s imagination.

In 2015, Vice magazine claimed “livestreaming torture is the Dark Web’s favorite hoax.”

That same year, The Washington Post described “Red Rooms” as “one of the most stubborn” myths. As evidence, the paper cited the claims of an Australian “journalist” named Eileen Ormsby.

“The answer, she writes, is pretty simple: The ‘dark stuff’ does not and never has existed. (The exception is child porn, but that’s generally not what ‘deeper Web’ people are looking for.) There’s a multitude of evidence to back Ormsby’s claim: chief among it, the fact that there is never actually first-hand evidence of ‘red rooms,’ hitmen and their ilk, and that such operations have never been busted in the FBI’s increasingly frequent Dark Web raids,” the Post claimed.

Yet four years later, the evidence seems fairly clear-cut …

Or does The Washington Post think the evidence is a hoax too just like everything else, save of course for the Russian collusion delusion hoax and conspiracy theory. To the Post, that of course is the real truth, wink wink.

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Vivek Saxena

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