Disney World, Legoland Workers Among 11 Arrested in Child Porn Investigation

Disney World parade (John Raoux / Associated Press)
John Raoux / Associated Press

Florida detectives arrested 11 men in an undercover child pornography investigation, including employees from Disney World and Legoland.

WFLA reported that the Polk County Sheriff’s Office filed 660 felony charges against 11 people as part of “Operation Guardians of Innocence II”–a sting operation targeting those who may have possessed, promoted, and distributed child porn.

Among those arrested included employees from Legoland, Walt Disney World, a parent helper for a Boy Scout troop, a college student, and a 16-year-old boy. The Polk County Sheriff’s released a full list of those arrested in the sting, which can be accessed here.

“As you know, this is just the beginning – once we serve search warrants and seize the devices that these suspects are using to download and distribute pornography, we will do a complete forensic analysis, and in all likelihood we will be adding on more charges related to the felony possession and distribution of images and videos of children being sexually battered,” Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd said in a statement.

A spokesperson for Disney told Breitbart News in an emailed statement that the person charged with child porn possession “no longer works here.”

Although one of the suspects in the Florida sting had been arrested on 143 counts of child pornography possession, one New York man arrested last week for child porn possession beat his record.

The man, David Johnson, 58, was arrested on 200 counts of child pornography possession after the police allegedly found six million images of child pornography at his home in Long Island.

 

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