Netflix Series Exposes Govt-Connected Child Sex Ring in Baltimore, Police Forced to Respond

(Matt Agorist) A Netflix series, titled, The Keepers, exposed a dark underground child sex ring involving the church, politicians, and cops.  Does this sound familiar? What a shame.

The Baltimore police has had to set up an online submission form to handle people coming forth after watching the series.

While the series is on Netflix for the world’s entertainment, the harsh truth is that it really happened. After the church attempted to keep it quiet by paying off the victims under the table, the documentary has exposed these monsters to the world.

The seven-part documentary series, which premiered on Friday, also covers the unsolved murder of one of the teachers, Sister Catherine Ann Cesnik. On Tuesday, enough former victims had seen the documentary that they began calling the Baltimore police department to report their abuse.

Baltimore Police have since made an online submission form available for those who would want to report any instances of sexual abuse related to the series.

“We have been contacted by victims from the past who want to report the sex offenses that occurred to them. The murder investigation related to this Netflix series was handled by the Baltimore County Police Department,” the website reads.

Because, Maskell, the monster behind this widespread rape and abuse, was well-connected int the political realm, he brought others into his sick ring to prey on these young girls.

Maskell’s brother was a high-ranking city cop. This connection had two facets. First, it allowed him to cover up their crimes using these police connections. Second, it allowed for these depraved police officers to enter into this dark child sex ring.

According to Jean Wehner, the woman at the center of the abuse, Maskell operated this sex abuse ring, bringing in outside men — many of them police officers and local politicians — to take part in the abuse.

When Wehner confessed the abuse to Sister Cathy Cesnik, Cesnik became determined to put a stop to it. However, that is exactly what got her murdered.

This is happening all over the country and the world. Hopefully for not much longer.

San Bernardino County deputy arrested for alleged sex with teen Explorer Scout

December 2016: David Israel Ceballos, who had been working with the Sheriff’s Department for 14 years, was booked into the Central Detention Center on charges of unlawful sexual intercourse with a minor and sexual penetration with a foreign object on a minor. His bail was set at $100,000.

“It is unfortunate that the actions of a few over the last decade have cast a negative light on a program many deputies and explorers work hard to make a premier youth program in our county,” McMahaon said. “It is my expectation that we thoroughly investigate and swiftly take action in cases like this so as to not deter the positive motivation of those involved in the program.”

The article is available to read  here on ABC7’s website.

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  • Court- Appointed Mediators, Therapists & Evaluators are usurping judicial authority
  • The Family Law Machine is operating as Big Business with no accountability to anyone
  • What Advocates Think Must Be Done to better protect children from court corruption and mistakes

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Related Articles: This Cannot Be Ignored

News of mass arrests related to porn and trafficking rings are popping up all around the web, despite efforts of concealment. The very agencies that claim to PROTECT children too often cover for sick individuals who get rich preying on and exploiting children.

These news stories indicate that the highest levels of government, law enforcement, the church are involved. The alleged ring in Riverside County California that our children speak of, included respected members of  their communities.

But it goes deeper that just pornography.

In 2016, nearly 400 children were rescued and 348 adults were arrested in a Canadian child pornography sting.

Among those arrested were 40 school teachers, nine doctors and nurses, six law enforcement personnel, nine pastors and priests and three foster parents.

This is real. And we cannot afford to pull the wool over our eyes any longer.

Researcher Ole Dammegard has spent decades unraveling these pedophile rings in Europe and is only now learning of Pizzagate. He says it’s just the tip of the iceberg.

WikiLeaks publishing of the Podesta emails is horridly shocking.

Wikipedia documents Azov Films


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Operation Sunflower

Washington (CNN) — An international operation led by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement aimed at child pornography and sexual abuse has resulted in the arrest of 245 suspects, officials announced Thursday. All but 23 of the suspects were apprehended in the United States.

The agency said that during the course of Operation Sunflower, law enforcement officers identified 123 victims of child exploitation and removed 44 of those children from their alleged abusers with whom they were living. The other cases involved victims who were exploited by people outside their homes or children who were harmed years ago and are now adults.

Several of the children were shockingly young. Five were under age 3. Nine were between the ages of 4 and 6. Of the 123 victims, 110 lived in the United States in 19 different states. ICE officials did not identify the six other countries where victims were identified or where some of the arrests were made, citing the need to work discreetly with international law enforcement partners.

According to ICE, some of those arrested during Operation Sunflower were registered sex offenders.

Operation Sunflower was conducted in November and December, but efforts are continuing on other cases. During a news conference, ICE Director John Morton said the agency was calling on the public to provide tips and mentioned several open investigations. One of those cases involves the sexual molestation of an unidentified girl thought to be around 13.

Investigators believe the abuse took place about 11 years ago, but the pornographic images were widely circulated. ICE has posted pictures of an unidentified woman and man suspected of abusing the girl on its website. The woman has some distinctive tattoos that investigators hope will lead to tips about her identity.

Based on a forensic analysis of the pornographic images in that case, investigators think the abuse occurred in the Los Angeles or San Fernando Valley area of California. Although the girl may now be an adult, ICE officials want to identify and prosecute the suspects and prevent them from harming new victims.

“Forensic analysis technology has become critical in the fight against child exploitation,” Morton said. “We are coming across these images on the Internet. They are being produced in one country but shared literally around the world, often in real time.”

Morton said ICE works with other law enforcement agencies and with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children to look for clues in the pictures of abuse to identify where the acts occurred and track down the victims and perpetrators.

The name Operation Sunflower was chosen to commemorate a case from 2011 in which Danish law enforcement officials shared images and chat board information about a 16-year-old boy who allegedly planned to rape an 11-year-old girl. One image taken from a moving car showed a road sign with a sunflower on it. ICE’s Homeland Security Investigations determined that the road sign was unique to Kansas. Agents were then able to find the exact stretch of road where the picture was taken and to locate the girl.

San Bernardino Links

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State Department of Justice Investigates San Bernardino County CFS

“We are looking more broadly than any one individual incident. We’re looking at the need for systemic reform and potential systemic breakdowns,” said Jill Habig, special counsel to the attorney general, on Wednesday. “The reason we’re disclosing this now is we’re at a point in the investigation where we need public engagement and input so we have a full, thorough and impartial investigation. We’re putting this out so people can contact us and provide information.”

2 Rialto police officers resign, 4 disciplined amid sex scandal investigation

  • In September 2015, former social workers Eric Bahra and Mary Anna Whitehall filed separate lawsuits in San Bernardino Superior Court alleging whistleblower retaliation.

Bahra, who only worked for the county for 11 months, alleged he was fired after reporting 39 children, over the span of 12 years, being placed into a foster home where the father was accused in 2013 of sexually abusing some of the children, taking nude photographs of them and placing them in photo albums.

Whitehall alleges in her lawsuit that she was placed on administrative leave six days after she and two other social workers filed motions in juvenile dependency court alleging the Department of Children and Family Services committed fraud upon the court in order to discredit Bahra, which ultimately led to his termination.

But DCFS officials, Whitehall alleges, falsified evidence and told the court Bahra lied in his reports and breached confidentiality. They recommended the four surviving children be returned to their biological parents. By doing so, DCFS jeopardized the safety of the four children, Whitehall alleges.


Child Trafficking

Child trafficking is the recruitment, transportation, transfer, harboring or receipt of children for the purpose of exploitation.[49]
Children are trafficked for purposes such as of commercial sexual exploitation, bonded labor, camel jockeying, child domestic labor, drug couriering, child soldiering,illegal adoptions, begging.[50][51][52]
It is difficult to obtain reliable estimates concerning the number of children trafficked each year, primarily due to the covert and criminal nature of the practice.[53][54] 
The International Labor Organization estimates that 1.2 million children are trafficked each year.