Florida: Disney employees, nurse among 17 arrested in child predator sting

WPXI:
By Bob D’Angelo, Cox Media Group National Content Desk

POLK COUNTY, Fla. — Seventeen people, including three Walt Disney World employees and a registered nurse, were arrested in a six-day undercover child predator sting by Central Florida authorities.

According to the Polk County Sheriff’s Office, Operation Child Protector targeted people who use the internet to prey on children, WTVT reported. The 17 people arrested face 49 felonies and two misdemeanors, the television station reported. Nine people had criminal records, WFLA reported.

“These are nasty, nasty people,” Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd said during a news conference. “We can’t even use the words that they used. We obviously can’t show the pictures and video clips that they sent to what they thought were 13-year-old little girls and little boys.” read more

12 Comments on Florida: Disney employees, nurse among 17 arrested in child predator sting

  1. i like that sheriff. Thats one with balls not the pussy type that seem to dominate our counties throughout our nation

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  2. Somebody’s envelope was light!
    Surprised that the FBI allowed the investigation to continue.

    izlamo delenda est …

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  3. IIRC, it was @Zonga who first brought Sheriff Grady Judd to our attention here at iOTW. I greatly admire his style, delivery, and especially his content.

    Thank you, Zonga!

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  4. “We’re gonna give you a speedy trial, followed by a first class hangin'”.

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  5. Looks like Disney is going to have to find new people to staff the “Mr. Choad’s Wild Ride” attractipon.

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  6. Those 3-letter agencies and numerous pols are also heavily involved in child pedo rings. This is just one of the numerous vile activities they’re involved in since it’s a big money-generator. It’s also one reason why swamp dems and affiliated fiends are making a lot of background noise on many subjects, especially anything at all to do with covid and the vaxx.

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