Operation Ore’s entire list of UK subscribers to child porn sites. Containing 7,272 names, the list includes ‘at least 20 senior executives’ and a ‘senior teacher at an exclusive girl’s public school, services personnel from at least five military bases, GPs, university academics and civil servants.”

Taken from a blog about list leaked to the Sunday Times January 2003
The Sunday Times has obtained Operation Ore’s entire list of UK subscribers to child porn sites. Containing 7,272 names, the list includes ‘at least 20 senior executives’ and a ‘senior teacher at an exclusive girl’s public school, services personnel from at least five military bases, GPs, university academics and civil servants.”
There’s more: a “famous newspaper columnist is named, along with a song writer for a legendary pop band and a member of another chart-topping 1980s cult pop group, along with an official with the Church of England.”
Landslide Productions of Texas, for access to 300 child porn sites.
The list was compiled by the US Postal Service, which busted Landslide in 1999. Its sheer size has overwhelmed UK police. To date, only 1,200- 2,000 people have been arrested, depending upon which report you believe. And only 50 people, including Pete Townsend of The Who have been named in public.
Taken from Op Ore Wilkpedia page,,,,,,
Operation Ore was a British police operation that commenced in 1999 following information received from US law enforcement, which was intended to prosecute thousands of users of a website reportedly featuring child pornography. It was the United Kingdom’s biggest ever computer crime investigation,[1] leading to 7,250 suspects identified, 4,283 homes searched, 3,744 arrests, 1,848 charged, 1,451 convictions, 493 cautioned and 140 children removed from suspected dangerous situations[2] and an estimated 33[3] suicides.[4][5] Operation Ore identified and prosecuted some sex offenders, but the validity of the police procedures was later questioned, as errors in the investigations resulted in many false arrests.[3]
The list is the same, only just over half of them were arrested under half of that resulted in convictions 500 cautioned 140 children removed from “dangerous situations” I get it in some cases card details were cloned or stolen but where is there a single documented conviction of any of these company execs?? 20 of them, what are the chances of ALL of them being innocent parties ALL the GPs university academics and civil servants.
33 “estimated suicides? anybody on the rich list jump off a bridge in 2003? or other “sudden death?
further from the blog……
A senior Scotland Yard source quoted in today’s Daily Mirror: “The forecast is that the Visa list may top 100,000 alone. Together with Mastercard and American Express customers, plus the other major credit card providers, the projection is the total number of British men who have been accessing these sites will exceed 250,000.”
Who leaked this list in the first place ?– imho Jim Gamble
Who leaked the “ secret government report” to Sky News 2017 ? Jim Gamble
Who might have been on the bigger lists?

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