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Published on Feb 24, 2015
Chicago police are running a CIA-style ‘black site,’ according to a recent Guardian report. We discuss the interrogation facility, three new boxes of evidence found in a Harlem Police Station from the investigation into the 1979 disappearance of Etan Patz and the possibility that the new evidence could derail the murder trial with child protection and national security consultant Francey Hakes. We also take a look at various cases involving child predators, sex offender myths, and more in this episode of Crime Time with Allison Hope Weiner.
GUEST BIO: Francey Hakes is a child protection and national security consultant. Former federal prosecutor and first National Coordinator for Child Exploitation Prevention and Interdiction.
EPISODE BREAKDOWN: 00:01 Welcome to Crime Time. 00:05 Introducing Francey Hakes. 00:50 Three boxes of evidence from Etan Patz investigation surface at Harlem Police Station. 04:00 Could the new evidence derail the murder trial? 07:30 Child pornography offenders and when a diaper fetish becomes a sex crime. 16:40 Wife turns husband into police after finding child porn in his belongings. 23:40 Man sends sonogram picture to undercover agent. 27:10 Most disturbing child porn case ever? 30:00 Sex offender statistics: Myth, or fact? 34:30 The Guardian reports that Chicago police detain Americans at a CIA-style “black site.” 41:40 Thanks and goodbye.