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Casual Encounters: An inside look at Internet child sex crime investigation

Probe leads to 17 arrests around Wisconsin

9:09 PM, Mar. 22, 2013
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Fifteen minutes.

That's all it took for someone to respond to a post on Craigslist's casual encounters section by an officer working undercover at 8 a.m. on March 12, the first of an intensive three-day sting operation.

A workroom in the Door County Justice Center served as the command center for most of the Internet Crimes Against Children operation - two teams worked eight-hour shifts; each team had one woman, someone on logistics, an officer in charge and three people posting ads and answering emails. At the end of the sting, called Operation Black Veil, 17 men who tried to arrange sex with 15 ...

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