Homeland official arrested in online sex sting
We work tirelessly with our partners to protect our youth from these perpetrators.”Undercover agents communicated online with individuals interested in sexually abusing children through various websites.
The agents received hundreds of responses from would be perpetrators who agreed to meet with undercover detectives posing as children in order to engage in sexual activity.“Children are becoming increasingly vulnerable to sexual predators due to the growth of the internet,” says WSP Chief John R.
Mr Doyle was allegedly taken into custody at his home in Silver Spring, Maryland, outside Washington, while he was communicating with what he believed was a 14 year old, Mr Judd said.
A spokesman for the Fairfax County police said the department has a proactive child exploitation unit that makes as many as 100 arrests per year of people allegedly seeking sex with minors. His Linked In page states that he has occupied his present position at the State Department since August 2008. 2012 at a seminar hosted by The Potomac Institute for Policy Studies' International Center for Terrorism Studies, Rosen, while discussing terrorism, talked about the lure of young people into extremism. “It’s about reaching out to a pretty well-defined and pretty narrow audience, and that’s people that could be persuaded into crossing the boundaries between sympathy and action.” Fox News’ Ryan O’Malley and Doug Mc Kelway and The Associated Press contributed to this report. He currently serves as the chief Washington correspondent and hosts the online show "The Foxhole." His latest book is "A Torch Kept Lit: Great Lives of the Twentieth Century" (Crown Forum, October 4, 2016).
Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki said late Tuesday, "We are aware that a State Department employee has been arrested and charges have been issued.
"For issues related to Department personnel and for privacy reasons, we are not able to confirm the identity of the individual or specific charges.
A senior State Department official in charge of federal counterterrorism programs will face trial in Virginia after he was arrested Tuesday afternoon for allegedly soliciting sex from a minor.
Fairfax County Police officials say Daniel Rosen was arrested by a county detective about noon Tuesday at his Washington, D. home after he allegedly sought to arrange sex with a minor.