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October, 2011, Mapping the Hubs

Prior to the 2006 World Cup in Germany, it was estimated by government agencies and international organizations that upwards of 40,000 women would be trafficked into Germany where prostitution is legal. Those numbers were never reached but it is estimated that the number of women in Germany who have become prostitutes has increased by 63% over the past decade.

Similar reports came forth surrounding the Beijing Olympic Games in the summer of 2009. It is no surprise that China has refused to release such information, but it is a step in the right direction when, in 2011, China joined forces with the United States to dismantle a major global child exploitation bulletin board with 10 million members in at least 20 countries.

Thus far, over 100 individuals have been arrested; many prosecuted and sentenced to lengthy prison terms; and hundreds, if not thousands, more are expected to be arrested. This joint task force came on the heels of another joint operation between Mexico and the United States where the trafficking in young girls and children has escalated along with the drug cartel violence.

The Department of Justice has found that children trafficked into prostitution are often found around major sporting events.  Since children are often more vulnerable to human trafficking, easy to move and in high demand, they make ideal victims to travel to major sport events. Their victimization is easily disguised via “family situations”.

August 31, 2011, Amsterdam, the Netherlands


Dutch police uncovered massive caches of child porn on “hidden” websites, including four based in the United States. The discovery was made as part of an international investigation surrounding a pedophile named only as “Robert M.” who was arrested last year in Amsterdam. He stands accused of abusing dozens of young children while employed in at least two local preschools. The Dutch police’s National Investigations Office stated they had managed to infiltrate several hidden sites where users can surf the Internet and communicate anonymously.

Under cover of darkness: Amsterdam

On these hidden sites, investigators found over 220,000 child pornography images and videos. Four of the websites were housed on two servers based in the United States. The details of this investigation have been turned over to the FBI. Given the acceptance of prostitution in the Netherlands, with Amsterdam housing the largest Red Light district in the country — a major tourism draw , including for United States military personnel in Europe — exactly how much effort they have put forth into their own investigation into child porn and the trafficking of children.

It is also interesting to note that only recently did the Amsterdam police decide to turn over their documents concerning the four US based child porn websites.This delay gave them time to “disassociate” their citizens ties to this activity. I also wonder how much of this was as a result of the US demands into more active cooperation by European countries in the international investigation of child porn and child trafficking? If the US can nail those of other countries then the same can be done by said countries to the US. They will cooperate when they choose to do so and that cooperation will be to turn over their evidence into crimes in your country but not that information and evidence found concerning their citizens ties to those same child porn websites.

April 24, 2010, Miami, Florida

Webe Web Corporation of Miami, and the registered owner of numerous web sites, pleaded guilty on April 23, 2010, to one count of conspiracy to produce child pornography. The corporation also pleaded guilty to 16 counts of transporting child pornography.

Marc Evan Greenberg, 45, of Fort Lauderdale — president and director of Webe Web –– also pleaded guilty to one count of money laundering. The corporation and Greenberg also pleaded guilty before US District Court Judge C. Lynwood Smith in the Northern District of Alabama.

Webe Web was the registered owner of the web site, claiming to be a child modeling web site, promoting models between the ages of 7 and 16. The site contained hyperlinks to web sites containing color photos of “child super models” featuring minor children in various poses and wardrobes. Marc Greenberg and Webe Web admitted the web site contained illegal images of child pornography. In some photos, the female victims were clad in lingerie, revealing outfits and swimsuits, and posed in highly suggestive positions all of which constituted child porn. Greenberg admitted these web sites garnered $1 million in annual revenue.

Jeffrey Robert Libman, vice-president and director of Webe Web, was charged in October, 2006, with conspiracy to produce child porn and with the transportation of child porn. Webe Web will forfeit $1 million and 19 Internet domain names. Sentencing for Marc Greenberg and Webe Web is scheduled for August 19, 2010. Greenberg faces a minimum of 10 years in prison. On January 17, 2011, Greenberg was sentenced to 33 months in prison for money laundering.

On December 17, 2010, Jeffrey Robert Libman was sentenced to 108 months in prison.

Jeff Pierson, photographer, of Alabama, was sentenced to five years and seven months for his role in the exploitation of children. For more on this case and identical investigations note the links below.

Some I located while in Google to research Webe Web and Marc Greenberg. I took time out to report one of these Google Search Results to the FBI Cyber-Crimes Division. You will not see that link in this site, but the FBI has it all over my report of 15 minutes ago. The sites were that repugnant and that supportive of crimes against children. Worse is the fact that these sites, including the blog listed below, showed up in the top 10 Google searches for “Marc Greenberg” and are all SUPPORTIVE of him, his internet modeling services, Webe Web, and all involved and convicted.

This is how out of control this Internet porn has become, and how damned blatant these maggots are. In addition, I am livid that the site I just reported to the FBI Cybercrimes Division is a WordPress site! WordPress claims they have a policy against sites which exploit in any manner women and children, and the site I reported damn sure does!!!!!


The Rise and Fall of Internet Modeling

This case was prosecuted by Assistant US Attorneys Jim Phillips and Daniel J. Fortune of the Northern District of Alabama, and Assistant Deputy Chief Alexandra Gelber of the Criminal Division’s Child Exploitation and Obscenity Section. Webe Web was also investigated by the FBI and the US Postal Inspection Service. The Document and Media Exploitation Branch of the National Drug Intelligence Center provided assistance in ascertaining the revenue flow of Webe Web on money laundering charges.

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