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Operation IDent

| May 25, 2008 at 05:28 pm

LYON, France (08/05/2008) – Within 48 hours of INTERPOL’s global appeal to the public, the prime suspect, Wayne Nelson Corliss, 58, from Union City, New Jersey, who was photographed sexually abusing young children in Southeast Asia in images distributed on the Internet was identified, located and arrested in Union City by Special Agents from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) based in Newark, New Jersey.

As a result of independent tips provided via the Internet to INTERPOL Headquarters in Lyon by three individuals living in the United States, the suspected child sex abuser targeted by INTERPOL’s Operation IDent, launched May 6, was arrested in the early hours of May 8 by ICE Agents.

“Two days ago, this man’s nationality, identity and location were totally unknown. All we had to go by wereWayne Nelson aWayne Nelson series of graphic photographs in which the suspect was seen sexually abusing young children and our confidence that the public and police worldwide would once again respond to INTERPOL’s call for assistance. That two days later, the primary suspect is now in custody is an outstanding achievement and a credit to the citizens, media and law enforcement worldwide who responded to INTERPOL’s call,” said INTERPOL Secretary General Ronald K. Noble.

“The arrest made this morning by ICE agents in Newark, of a highly sought child predator suspect, is an outstanding example of international law enforcement partnership to keep children safe both in our countries and around the world,” said Julie L. Myers, Homeland Security Assistant Secretary for ICE. “Their work and the incredible response from the public to INTERPOL’s call for assistance made this arrest possible. All who value the safety and well-being of children should be heartened by this success.” (more…)

Awareness Speech in Colombia – October 22, 06

| at 05:01 pm

Rafael NuñezRafael Nunez, the Deputy Director of the CPIU made an appearance in Bogotá Colombia at the Politecnico Gran Colombiano University.

Director Nunez provided an insight to students, educators and many others with insightful information on how child predators work and how to help prevent their own children from falling victim.

Also one of our staff member, Andrés Velazquez, kindly explained to the audience such topics as Computer Forensics, Electronics Evidence, Media Collection, Incident Response, Collecting Volatile Data, Imaging Electronic media and Forensics Analysis.

We were very glad to share with the Colombian people and students.

Taking Action – January 08, 06′

| at 04:55 pm

Mark Hullet PredatorMark Hullet, age 34 from Williston Vermont was found guilty of raping a 6 year old girl for 4 years, I said rape, not molested. So from 6-10 years of age, this girl was raped over, over and over again.

The prosecutor was seeking 20 years imprisonment. Which, honestly, still isn’t enough.

However, Judge Edward Cashman’s sentenced Hullet to a mere 60 days, where he will then be released back into society.

His reason was that child predators have a mental disease and there isnothing prison can do to treat that disease. He did not see why the state of Vermont should waste their money putting him in prison.

Judge Edward CashmanHowever, Vermont’s state code clearly states that a judge should take into consideration the damage done to the victim when issuing a punishment. This judge clearly did not do this.


Action can no longer be made in regards to this, as this case is now closed and minimal action has been made against this judge by politicians in Vermont.