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“There is a really big discussion to have in society about how we deal with this that is much more than law enforcement.” Offenders in the UK are also among the largest group of customers commissioning “cybersex trafficking” – a rising form of crime seeing children abused in online broadcasts.Paedophiles have become increasingly adept at concealing their identities and communications, with encrypted chats, the dark web and live-streaming among the techniques used.‘By the time it took me to get a room member from the UK to contact 999, it was way too late.‘Sitting by watching people ignore requests to call police was truly futile.’ Another chatroom called Alinity wrote: ‘Yakka was a funny guy he will be sadly missed.’ A Met Police spokesman said: ‘Police were called at 3.36am on Monday, December 25, to an address in Wallington after concerns were raised for the welfare of an occupant. A man, believed to be in his 30s, was found unresponsive and pronounced dead at the scene.
Under the screen name “wolfpupjohn”, 46-year-old Jon Page shared and discussed indecent images of children and extreme pornography online.
After he left the room he cammed up, and that was when he did what he did.
An administrator of the group calling themselves Throat Punch wrote on Wednesday: ‘As an admin in the room at the time this tragedy took place, the frustration of not being able to contact police because dialling 101 or 999 from a country outside the UK became immediately apparent.
The National Crime Agency (NCA) said he had “responded enthusiastically to a fantasy about rape and necrophilia involving children” in the messages.
Analysis of his computers, mobile phones and external hard drives also uncovered 78 images showing Page “engaged in sex acts with dogs”, officials said.