A CHILD sex den where six-year-olds were abused was raided by police in the Philippines.
There children between the ages of six and 17 were rescued and two 27-year-old women were arrested for organizing online abuse of pedophiles.
The footage shows the moment in which the three children were rescued by the agents after being released from their ordeal.
The children were released after investigations into sexual abuse by the Australian Federal Police and the New South Wales Police.
The rescue of the children came after federal police officers arrested a 66-year-old man from Brisbane last August.
Police reportedly found a stash of Philippines-related child pornography at the man’s home.
A 40-year-old man from New South Wales who reportedly communicated with women to pay for online abuse was also arrested.
Paula Hudson, AFP’s superintendent of child protection operations, said, “AFP’s child protection investigators work every day to help save the most vulnerable and bring those who harm them to justice.
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“For the AFP, this work is about the children we save. Our officers never give up, regardless of whether a victim child resides in Australia or overseas. “
Australian police officers were briefed by the Filipino Internet Crimes Against Children Center, which was born in February 2019.
Since then, postponements of the Australian investigation have led to the arrest or indictment of 35 suspects and the removal of 135 children from danger in the Philippines.