Suspect in child porn video arrested

Suspect in child porn video arrested

The Alabama Internet Crime Against Children Task Force and Central Alabama Crime Stoppers on Monday announced warrants against 44-year-old Germaine Moore. The girl seen in the video - whose name has not been revealed for security reasons - has been located by the police and is now safe.

The video in question, being circulated on Facebook and other social platforms, shows a young girl being forced to perform oral sex on an adult male.

Sharing the video is against the law and every time a person shares it, they are committing child pornography distribution.

Moore is also accused of sexually assaulting three young family members.

The man suspected of criminal sexual misconduct in a child porn video has been taken into custody.

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State Bureau of Investigation Lt. Brooke Walker said Moore's fiancee was arrested Monday night and is not cooperating. If this video should be shared with you, do not share it with anyone else via email or social media.

Police in Anchorage are warning city residents not to share or even view a video that is circulating social media, the video in question features the sexual abuse of a child. "We understand that sharing information sometimes brings a criminal to justice, but sharing amongst Facebook friends is not the way to do it".

"When you receive you are actually a victim yourself, but when you share it you become a predator, a suspect and charges may be drawn up on you", Sgt. Loloita Rosser said.

Police said the child in the video possessed great similarities with the one who visited the St Clair Police Station with her mother last Thursday, with subtle differences. You can also contact the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children at 1-800-THE-LOST (1-800-843-5678).

"Sharing said image is considered distribution and you could be criminally charged for doing so", the department said. Later today, Moore will be transported to the Elmore County Detention Facility.

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