Sunday, March 15, 2009

One of WiredSafety's child porn busts, years ago.

Mexico City, October 12, 2001
Press Release No. 690/01

Puebla

FRANCISCO JAVIER MUÑOZ CANO ALVAREZ WAS ARRESTED

· He worked on child pornography

· His arrest was thanks to an accusation via e-mail from France



Due to an accusation via e-mail by Mr. Pedro Velderrain Zazueta, Director of the International Division of WiredSafety in Mexico, agents of the Federal Investigation Police initiated an investigation which derived in the arrest in the city of Puebla of Francisco Javier Muñoz Cano Álvarez, who worked on the production and sale of pornographic material that involves minors.

In his accusation Velderrain Zazueta stated that his organization received reports from a person who detected an Internet page in which they requested children in the city of Puebla to take pictures of them naked.

Likewise, via inter-institutional cooperation they had knowledge that the Unit of Investigation of Delinquency in Technologies of Information of the Direction General of the Judiciary Police in Madrid, Spain has precedents of a message offering compact discs with child pornography of an e-mail account in which they sell digital pictures of pornographic and pedophilia contents.

Due to the previous, agents of the Federal Investigation Police subscribed to the Sub Attorney's Office of Criminal Proceedings "C", along with experts of the Institution, observed the search warrant granted by the Fourth District Judge of that State, due to the inquiry DGMPE/C/IV4/154/00, initiated for the crime of child pornography.

The agents secured a computer, 351 magnetic discs, 20 compact discs and 160 printed images. The described material was obtained through Internet and shows minors in acts of corporal and sexual exhibitionism.

It is important to mention that today criminal action was exercised against Francisco Javier Muñoz Cano Álvarez, declaring before the judicial authority in which he ratified the confession made before the Federal Prosecutor.

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