Three N.L. men charged in pornography investigation

Bonnie Belec
Published on June 19, 2014
RCMP Supt. William Malone (left) and RNC Staff-Sgt. Joseph Gullage outline details of a Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit pornography investigation and arrests. — Photo by Joe Gibbons/The Telegram

Three men from this province have been charged with pornography related offences as a result of an investigation that spanned the country.

During a news conference this afternoon, members of the Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit Newfoundland and Labrador told the media Operation Snapshot III resulted in five children being removed from harm and more than 150 people arrested or under investigation.

It began in February 2014, involved 40 police agencies and was co-ordinated by the RCMP’s National Child Exploitation Co-ordination Centre in Ottawa.

RCMP Supt. William Malone said in this province, 11 people were investigated and three men have been charged. James Isaacs, 52, from Fortune, Dane Miller, 49, from Baie Verte and Bradley Park, 21, of Comfort Cove are charged with possession of child pornography and making child pornography available. They have made court appearances and are scheduled back in court at different times.

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