Evil Child Trafficker Caught Abducting Baby From Ukraine To Sell To VIP Pedophiles for $25K

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A charity worker involved in the child trafficking business has been arrested in Ukraine after he was caught abducting a healthy 11-month-old infant with the intention of selling the child to VIP elite pedophiles for $25,000 before dismembering the child for organ transplants.

The 43-year-old man had purportedly provided a $1,000 initial payment to the child’s mother, deceitfully promising to facilitate the child’s adoption in the European Union, where they would be safe from the perils of war.

The child trafficker had offered the woman, from Zhytomyr, a total sum of $5,000 in exchange for the baby, with the sinister plan of selling the child to human traffickers for $25,000. Watch:

Pictures showed the man detained with a female accomplice at the Ukraine-Slovakia border as he intended to cross with the child.

While this arrest was caught on camera, hundreds of thousands of children are being trafficked across borders every year for pedophiles and the trade in organs.

Mel Gibson, who has vowed to expose an elite pedophile ring operating at the heart of the Hollywood system, is living in fear for his life after funding the new documentary film Sound of Freedom which is purported to blow the lid off the world’s most evil business.

Planned Parenthood executives have also been recently caught harvesting the organs and body parts of children for the VIP elite – and boasting about the luxury items and lavish lifestyles that the trade in dead children affords them.

Daily Mail report: While this Ukrainian boy was saved, it is suspected the man had previously sold three other children on the pretext of taking them out of war-torn Ukraine and finding them adoptive parents abroad. 

The detained man ‘had been looking for parents who were ready to sell their child for organs’, reported Ukrainian journalist Vitaliy Glagola.

‘Law enforcement officers have operational information that this was not for adoption to the EU, and the child was to have been sold to [illegal] organ transplanters.’

The mother of the child had alerted law enforcement, it was reported.

An operation by police, the SBU secret service and border guards detained him at the Malye Selmentsy frontier checkpoint.

The man was remanded in custody pending further investigation, while the rescued child was reunited with his mother.

The man is held under child trafficking laws, said a police spokesman, and faces up to 15 years in jail if convicted.

There have been repeated warnings in recent years of children from impoverished eastern Europe exported on the black market by gangs linked to organ transplants for wealthy clients, especially in the Middle East.

But Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, which sent millions of Ukrainian citizens fleeing across the border, presented an opportunity for human traffickers to prey on the most vulnerable of refugees.

Earlier in the war there were several reports of criminals targeting unaccompanied female refugees and children fleeing from Ukraine by promising them safe accommodation and free transport, posing as good Samaritans to lure them away from the safety of official checkpoints. 

Charity workers on the Polish-Ukrainian border have warned that the traffickers are working alone and in gangs to kidnap the women and children who are an ‘easy target’. 

Karolina Wierzbińska, a coordinator at the human rights organisation Homo Faber in the Polish city of Lublin, said she has seen teams of people working together, or multiple couples, travelling to the Polish border and pretending to offer Ukrainian refugees rides in an effort to lure them into cars. 

‘[We see teams] waiting for people arriving from Ukraine and pretending to offer rides or lodging to women distressed and exhausted from their journey,’ she said.

‘We’re also seeing multiple couples, typically a male and a female, having travelled to the border by car, attempting to lure women using similar tactics. We intervene in such cases by approaching the person acting suspiciously and asking them to register in our volunteer directory – in response to which they typically run away.’

Millions of Ukrainian refugees flooded into Poland in the weeks following Putin’s invasion leaving many Polish towns and cities on the border overwhelmed by the sheer number of people arriving and needing shelter, food, and medicines.

Missing Children Europe told the Guardian in the early weeks of the Ukraine war that unaccompanied minors were continuing to disappear at the borders.

‘There are so many children […] that we lost track of,’ said Aagje Ieven, secretary general of Missing Children Europe. ‘This is a huge problem, not just because it means they easily go missing, and are difficult to find, but also because it makes trafficking so easy.’ 

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