Netted: Police Lay Trap, Arrest Online Sex And Pornography Peddlers

Netted: Police Lay Trap, Arrest Online Sex And Pornography Peddlers

By Ivan Mwine

The Police in Kabalagala, an uptown city suburb, on Monday laid a trap that led to the arrest of a group of women who have been selling sex and pornography online.

According to the police spokesperson CP Fred Enanga, the suspects, together with others at large, were running an online sex cartel dubbed ‘Online Module Centre’, through which they were selling pornography and sex to their clients.

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“The Territorial Police in Kabalagala arrested a one Nakaziba Oliver, the owner of an online sex and pornographic internet site which she had in disguise named as “Online Module Center,” Enanga said in a statement.

He added that “Also arrested are 4 female staff who include; Wainawalo Ester, aged 18, Matovu Patricia, 18, Katusiime Mackline 20, and Atim Ritar aged 25.”

Enanga revealed that during the last couple of weeks, police task teams at Kabalagala Police Division, picked intelligence indicating how Nakaziba rented an apartment where she lured young teenage girls and female adults, and exposed their nudity online in exchange for money.

“She allowed users to log into a given account with a client while in private bedroom. The chats would go private where graphic image and pornographic acts which included nude photos, erotic pictures and dancers which were captured on video and shared. It was one of the most active pornographic platforms, which has now been shut down, pending completion of inquiries,” Enanga noted.

He revealed that during the operation, five Central Processing Units (CPUs), were recovered and  are being processed by the Cyber Forensics Unit for digital evidence of either Child pornography and other pornographic materials. Also recovered includes sexual paraphernalia.

“We wish to warn all sex traffickers and other illegal proprietors of pornography sites, including Child Pornography, against live streaming videos of child sexual abuse and exploitation of children. It is a crime, which looks profitable to them, but is punishable under the law,” Enanga warned.

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