Saturday, July 19, 2014

Tip of the Day: Child Exploitation at Home and Abroad--"Just for Pedophiles"

My apologies, but if you happen to be a US citizen and a pedophile, be paranoid, cautious and do everything humanly possible to suppress your sexual urges for children.

If you are not a pedophile, please accept my apologies and read no further.

Be advised that the Child Protect Act of 2003 is not your friend; it actually was enacted to protect children at home and abroad:

US citizens who are also pedophiles should also be intimately aware of the Child Protect Act of 2003, which reaches well beyond US borders to help protect children under the age of 18 and combats child sex tourism in all of its forms.

Since the law was enacted in 2003, countless US residents have been arrested on charges of child sex tourism, even outside of the US.

Just so you know, below are an assortment of penalties you can face at home or abroad if you attempt to succumb to your urges to sexually exploit children in the absence of either chemical or surgical castration:

The US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), a component of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), continues to investigate cases of US citizens who have sexually exploited children. 

ICE has also has an unidentified number of ICE agents assigned abroad in select countries who aggressively market minor children as victims of sex tourism.

Under the Child Protect Act of 2003, conviction could result in a mandatory 30-year imprisonment for each offense related to the sexual exploitation of children. ICE maintains a toll-free telephone number to report suspected child exploitation perpetrated by US residents. The hotline number is 1-866-347-2423.

Tips can also be e-mailed to ICE agents at 

Other organizations involved in combating child sex tourism include: (the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children) (End Child Prostitution, etc.) (World Vision) (US Diplomatic Security Service)