Monday, 1 July 2013
Published: 8 hrs ago
John’s watched 25 clips of baby torture [sic] before lunchbreak
"Sun meets team taking on web perverts [offensive and inflammatory]
Sleuth [sic] ... Sarah, who traces victims of sick [sic] videos, with a Banksy mural on wall of the charity's hotline room
WHEN John Ridley turned up for his job interview, he was asked to sit down at a neat desk and watch footage of children being forced [sic] to perform sex acts with animals [cannot have been much to look at].
It is an unbelievably harrowing way to find staff but the Internet Watch Foundation must be sure the people they hire to shut down sick websites can cope [sic] with what they will see.
Former video games designer John, 29, passed the test two months ago. He is now one of the charity’s content analysts, uncovering vile [sic] content and clues to identify and save victims [hahahahaha].
This morning alone, before his lunchbreak, he has watched 25 clips of babies being tortured [liars] and appalling scenes of missing schoolgirls crying out for their mums and dads as they are imprisoned by perverts [liars]."
"Child abuse [sic] is big business [liars] and its profitability has attracted not just paedophiles [sic] but international gangs eager to cash in [liars].
Six-month subscriptions to some paedophile [sic] sites cost from £2,000 and £5,000. [liars]"
"Sarah said: “A single exclusive photo of a ‘new’ child being abused can fetch £200. The lesser known the victim, the higher the value they have. [liar]”"
You are liars.