Canadian officials granted bail to 22 out of 23 perps arrested in a child porn ring ๐Ÿ˜‘
ยท Dec 2, 2022 ยท

Something is rotten in Canada.

Our neighbors to the north in Ontario arrested 23 pedophiles in a sting: Some for possessing kiddie porn, some for producing the material, and others for sexual assault.

According to the Post Millennial, of the 23 child predators, authorities let 22 out of jail on bail.

On Wednesday, it was revealed that 22 of the 23 people arrested across Ontario following a child sexual abuse material investigation had been released on bail...

According to the Toronto Police Service's Sex Crimes and Internet Child Exploitation section, which spearheaded the investigation, the twenty-three people in question were all arrested in October. In addition, 131 devices containing illicit material were seized, twenty-two victims were identified, and ten children were safeguarded.

This is a HUGE child pornography operation, but only one person was kept in prison?

What about the safety of the children?

A list revealed that the only offender who was remanded was a 25-year-old man from Sandy Lake who had been charged with two counts of making and possessing child pornography, one count of accessing such material, and one count of making it available.

Following the announcement from the TPS, the Toronto Police Association released a statement slamming the justice system for allowing nearly all offenders back into the community.

"When will the justice system realize that releasing individuals accused of such crimes cause a risk to public safety and brings the administration of justice into disrepute?" they wrote.

At least this union realized that it was INSANE to let these monsters back onto the street.

It seems like the whole of North America has gone insane with woke bail laws that let predators and killers back on the street.

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