The Belgian X-Files
BBC | 2nd May 2002

BBC Video telling the story of Regina Louf
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PRISON News Archive: Elite Sex Ring
Tales of orgies and murder rock France

The claims involve white slavery, sado-masochism, rapes, sex with minors, drug dealing and appalling brutality - all in the heart of the government of one of France's most historic and most civilised cities.
Portugal reeling over child sex abuse scandal

The opposition socialists, until now ahead of Portugal's ruling conservative Popular Social Democrats in opinion polls, are in shock after learning some of their senior MPs may be involved in scandal over sex abuse of boys in a state orphanage.
French 'orgy' storm grows

Veteran French politician Dominique Baudis has challenged judges to investigate allegations that he was involved in sado-masochistic orgies organised by a convicted serial killer.
Toulouse officials ordered murder, says serial killer

France's most notorious serial killer has claimed that he murdered at least one victim on the orders of highly placed personalities in Toulouse because of a blackmail threat linked to sadomasochistic orgies involving politicians, judges and police.
UN troops accused of 'systematic' rape in Sierra Leone

Rebels, government troops and United Nations peacekeepers were all guilty of raping women on a systematic scale throughout Sierra Leone's brutal civil war, a leading international human rights group reported yesterday.
Does U.S. abet Korean sex trade?

The Pentagon is investigating whether U.S. military patrols in South Korea have provided security for servicemen visiting bars and clubs staffed by women forced into prostitution.
Government officials in sex trafficking ring arrested

When police in the tiny republic of Montenegro swooped on a suspected pimp accused of running a major sex trafficking operation, they ran into an embarrassing problem.
American firm in Bosnia sex trade row poised to win MoD contract

The American defence contractor forced to pay compensation to a UN police officer unfairly dismissed for reporting colleagues involved in the Bosnian sex trade is poised to be awarded its first contract by the British government, the Guardian has learned.
UN struggles to explain away presence of weapons inspector with S&M fetish

Senior officials were trying to explain yesterday how such a crucial mission came to include an American former Secret Service officer who has no specialised degree in any of the relevant sciences, but considerable expertise in unusual sexual practices.
Portugal's elite linked to paedophile ring

A scandal over a paedophile ring run from a state orphanage gripped Portugal yesterday as it threatened to engulf diplomats, media personalities and senior politicians.
U.N. adds new cases of sex abuse

The United Nations' investigating arm has cleared several U.N. workers of charges of sexual abuse against West African refugee children but has substantiated 10 new cases against aid workers, officials said.
UN 'ignored' abuse at Kosovo mental homes

Patients at United Nations mental institutions in Kosovo have been raped and physically attacked under the eyes of UN staff, held in "filthy and degrading" conditions, and threatened with punishment if they report the abuses, according to a damning investigation published in New York yesterday.
Woman sacked for revealing UN links with sex trade

A damning dossier sent by Kathryn Bolkovac to her employers, detailing UN workers’ involvement in the sex trade in Bosnia, cost the American her job with the international police force.
6,000 children smuggled to the west each year for sex

A growing number of adolescent girls from eastern Europe are being sold into sex slavery in the west, charitable organisations told an international conference on child trafficking in Rome yesterday.
Child sex book given out at U.N. summit

A UNICEF-funded book being passed out at the United Nations Child Summit encourages children to engage in sexual activities with other minors and with homosexuals and animals.
U.N. Finally Forced to Probe Its Pedophilia Scandal

The United Nations' massive pedophilia scandal has not received 1 percent of the media attention given to the Catholic Church's homosexual priest scandal. Finally some attention is being paid, now that the U.N.'s cover is blown.
Teenagers 'used for sex by UN in Bosnia'

A Human rights investigator who claims she was sacked for exposing the sexual abuse of Bosnian women by her United Nations colleagues, told a tribunal yesterday that girls as young as 15 were offered for sex.
DynCorp Disgrace

Middle-aged men having sex with 12- to 15-year-olds was too much for Ben Johnston, a hulking 6-foot-5-inch Texan, and more than a year ago he blew the whistle on his employer, DynCorp, a U.S. contracting company doing business in Bosnia.
Britons held over 'Royal sex ring'

TWO British men have been arrested in Paris on suspicion of running a multi-million-dollar call girl ring that allegedly supplied prostitutes to princes, film stars and captains of industry.
Child sex claim rocks Cabinet

Sensational claims that an unnamed senior NSW government minister had sex with a 15-year-old have been raised in state parliament amid a decision to lower the age of consent for homosexual males to 16.
Ex-Minister held in child sex ring case

Portugal's spiralling paedophilia scandal has threatened to engulf the nation's elite after the arrest of a top politician and a warning from judges that the arrests of more MPs could be imminent.
High Profile Sex Trafficking Case Collapses - Suspicion of a Cover-up

Amnesty International is concerned that victims of forced trafficking are being failed by the judicial system in Montenegro. Recently a high profile trial collapsed after the Prosecutor's Office in Podgorica, the capital of Montenegro, halted criminal proceedings against the Montenegrin deputy state prosecutor and three other men for involvement in sex-slavery.
Mayor's 'affair' with serial killer

The scandal over alleged links between top officials in Toulouse and France's most notorious serial killer deepened yesterday when a news magazine revealed allegations that the former mayor, Dominique Baudis, had a sexual relationship with the murderer, Patrice Alθgre.
Party chief called to testify in Lisbon child sex scandal

Portugal's Socialist Party leader is expected to appear in court in Lisbon today to testify in a child sex scandal that has ripped through the political and showbusiness elite.
Peacekeeper jailed for porn films

AN IRISH soldier serving as a United Nations peacekeeper in Eritrea has been caught making pornographic videos of local women and is now serving a jail sentence in Ireland, it was revealed last night.
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Barroso bombed-off to Bilderberg meeting?

Mr. Rodrigues is currently fighting off a paedophile scandal, following the arrest of Socialist MP Paulo Pedroso and claims, in some newspapers that the PS leader has also been accused of limited involvement.
Australian parliament is 'hive of sexual activity'

A sex industry spokesman says people are having sex every day in the Australian parliament building. Eros Foundation co-ordinator Robbie Swan says couples regularly have sex in the building's meditation room.
Death threat against protected witness

The man who gathered evidence used to accuse a cabinet minister in the Carr Government of having sex with a teenage boy claims he has received an anonymous death threat.

UN ship 'carried child prostitutes'

THE United Nations is investigating a report that a ship chartered for peacekeepers in East Timor is also being used to bring child prostitutes to the island nation, the organisation said today.
Anatomy of a political smear

Accusations have surfaced again of a pedophile scandal involving a senior figure in the political establishment. State political editor Alex Mitchell investigates.
Portugal shamed by child sex

A child sex abuse scandal has reached into the heart of Portugese politics and celebrity … and the cover-ups may already have begun. Alison Roberts in Lisbon reports on a hidden outrage.
JUNE 11 2004
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Chilean elites caught in child porn ring
Boston Globe - 01/12/04

The sex scandal, a topic of daily coverage in the Chilean press, began Sept. 30 when Chilean police arrested 54-year-old entrepreneur Claudio Spiniak. Since then, the controversy has reached far into Chile's legal and political realms.
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Conspiracy of Silence
Yorkshire Television / Discovery Channel | 14th Oct 2003

1994 Video documentary exposing the child sex ring that reached Bush Sr's White House. At the last minute, and without explanation, it was pulled from the air. It was not shown then, and has never been broadcast anywhere since.
Of the infamous convicted child rapist Marc Dutroux's case, the AP reports, "From the outset, the case has been shadowed by rumors, never borne out, of high-level trafficking in children for sex."

The collection of articles that follows and"conspiracy theories" surrounding the case combined with the information that police had missed a string of clues that could have led to Dutroux's arrest earlier would indeed seem to indicate Dutroux's invovlement in a large paedophile ring, possibly as a handler for the elites.
Defence raise satanic cult
News | 3rd March 2004

Lawyers for alleged Belgian child killer Marc Dutroux on Tuesday evoked satanic cults, unreliable or missing witnesses and troubling forensic evidence in their defence of the serial rapist.
Child-Murder Case to Open in Belgium
Associated Press | Feb 29th 2004

After nearly eight years, Belgian TV viewers are used to the sight of Marc Dutroux, small and pale with a thick mustache, handcuffed and wearing a bulletproof vest as he is shuffled between prison and courthouse.
I was used, says man charged over schoolgirl murders
The Age | March 2, 2004

Convicted child rapist Marc Dutroux, whose trial over a spate of schoolgirl killings that shocked Belgium eight years ago started yesterday, claims he was "used" by others.
Dutroux not working alone, jury told 
Expatica News | 2 March 2004

Suspected child murderer Marc Dutroux was not working alone but was part of a network, the public prosecutor at his trial in Arlon told the jury on Tuesday.
Eight years on, Dutroux appears in court - but will the truth be heard?
Suspicions of a wider network linger as date arrives for trial of Belgian child killer
The Guardian | February 28, 2004

the crucial question is whether Dutroux is telling the truth in hinting that he procured girls for a network of establishment figures, and that a massive cover-up is going on.
Profile: Marc Dutroux
BBC | March 1st 2004

Marc Dutroux, who stands accused of child killings in Belgium, has a criminal record going back 25 years.
Conspiracy theories resurface at Belgian paedophile's trial
South African Star | March 2, 2004

Dutroux himself fuelled the conspiracy theories on the eve of his trial.
“People want to believe that I am at the centre of everything. They are mistaken,” he was quoted as saying by a Belgian television station.
Regina Louf's testimony
BBC | May 2 2002

Regina Louf was the first of 11 people to come forward to talk of their harrowing experiences at the hands of Belgium's paedophile networks.In 1996, she named and described in great detail, to a specially assembled police team, the people and places involved in the paedophile ring. Senior judges, one of the country's most powerful politicians - now dead - and a very influential banker were included
Belgian king wins paedophile rebuttal
BBC | 19th Oct 2001

The French publishers of a book about paedophelia in Belgium have been ordered to insert a formal denial by the Belgian King, Albert II, of some of the allegations it contains.
Belgian sex ring 'ignored'
BBC | 22 Jan 2002

"There is a well-grounded [paedophile] ring," he said. "I maintained regular contact with people in this ring. However, the law does not want to investigate this lead." - Dutroux
Dutroux affair haunts Belgian police
BBC | 22nd Jan 2002

When Marc Dutroux was arrested and charged with the kidnap and murder of four young girls in 1996, the Belgian public reacted with shock and outrage. These feelings were compounded when it became apparent that police and officials had shown gross incompetence in allowing Dutroux to evade capture.
Paedophile warned he would attack again:
The Guardian | March 2, 2004

Outrage after trial hears how man begged to be locked away for life but was given his freedom within three years
Woman judge 'ran sex ring that killed boy aged five'
London Telegraph | 1st March 2004

A woman former lay judge in a youth court in Germany is thought to have headed a child abuse ring that murdered a five-year-old boy.
Dutroux 'worked on orders of child-sex ring'
Sydney Morning Herald | March 4, 2004

The judge asked Dutroux about his parents and education but the defendant repeatedly sought to turn the conversation to a child-sex network.
"A big crime ring," he called it.
Sex and Drugs at the UN
New York Post | June 1 2004

Three United Nations fieldworkers are publishing details of sex, drugs and corruption inside U.N. missions - despite an attempt by the world body to block their book.
Nato force 'feeds Kosovo sex trade
London Guardian | May 7 2004

Western troops, policemen, and civilians are largely to blame for the rapid growth of the sex slavery industry in Kosovo over the past five years, a mushrooming trade in which hundreds of women, many of them under-age girls, are tortured, raped, abused and then criminalised, Amnesty International said yesterday.
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