WASHINGTON (AP) — The FBI announced a new effort Wednesday to disseminate photographs of unidentified child pornographers on television and the Internet in hopes they will be recognized.
The first two suspects arrested were identified after their photos aired recently on the "America's Most Wanted" television show. The FBI also will post images on its Web site and possibly through other TV and print media, officials said.
Stacey Bradley, a supervisory special agent in the Baltimore FBI field office, said thousands of images of unknown adults and children are found on computers, in Internet chat rooms and elsewhere during child molestation investigations.
"It's still occurring every day to our children in the United States," Bradley said at a news conference. "They're all over the Internet."