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Real-Time Arrest Made in Internet Child Porn Case

Reuters News Wire (
Thu, 02 Nov 2006 14:19:42 -0600

A Canadian man has been charged with child sexual abuse after an
undercover officer watched via the Internet as an assault on a young
girl took place, Toronto police said on Thursday.

"It was horrible," Detective Constable Paul Krawczyk, who posed as a
pedophile during a lengthy undercover investigation, told a news
conference on Thursday.

"At that moment, what I recall is my heart racing out of control,
sweating and feeling like ... I was going to throw up," Krawczyk said
from Toronto Police Service's Child Exploitation Section.

He immediately notified the police, who made the arrest shortly
afterwards on October 29 in St. Thomas, Ontario, about 200 km (125
miles) west of Toronto. The preschool-aged child was reportedly in the
man's house at the time of his arrest.

Police said the child is now with her family and receiving necessary
help to recover. No other details were given in order to protect the

A 34-year-old man has been charged with multiple counts of sexual
assault and child pornography. He is due to appear in court on

Copyright 2006 Reuters Limited.

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