Operation Flicker

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Several articles citing different statistics exist on Operation Flicker, however there are consistent facts. In 2006, the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement sparked a federal investigation into the use of Pentagon property to make buy and browse child pornography. Around 5,000 individuals were implicated, and deep levels of clearances were involved. Members of the NSA are included in the list of those involved, as well as a contractor at a weapons-testing base in California and another at a naval air warfare centre in the same state. [1]

  • July2010 Operation Flicker Reports (from FOIA) [2]


(source?) 2007 “Operation Flicker” 264 pentagon employees implicated in child porn ring of 5,200 people

  • 22July2010 [3] - Pentagon Workers Linked to Child Pornography
  • 3Sept2010 [4] - Pentagon declined to investigate hundreds of purchases of child pornography
  • 5Jan2011 [5] - Pentagon lagged on pursuing porn cases - Senator calls it risk to US security
  • 8Jan2011 [6] - Pentagon vows action on porn cases - Inspector general says investigators will vet 1,700 files
  • 22July2014 [7] - Did We Finish Looking Into Those 1,700 Pentagon Child Porn Cases?
  • 12Nov2015 [8] - Death Threats, Child Porn, and War Crimes: Inside CIA Investigations of Its Own Employees
  • 7Dec2016 [9] - 5,200 Pentagon Employees Bought Child Pornography, Operation Flicker Investigation Halted After 8 Months for ‘Lack of Resources’

External Links

  • compilation of resources/documents [10], [11], etc

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