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Did FBI agents break the law in pursuit of child porn suspects?

Many readers of our Fort Myers criminal law blog understand that enforcing the law requires authorities to perform a balancing act. Officials are sworn to uphold the law and do what they can to stop violations, but they must at all times reassure citizens that they are themselves not breaking the law in pursuit of law-breakers.Some Federal Bureau of Investigation agents appear to have forgotten that they cannot violate constitutional protections in pursuit of alleged criminals. Federal judges across the nation have ruled in various cases that the FBI's tactics in a child pornography investigation were inappropriate and violated the rights of suspects. 

2 from Lee County among 255 arrested in child pornography sting

Two Southwest Florida men are among 255 accused child predators served with arrest warrants during a five-week operation conducted by several state and federal agencies.

255 child predators arrested, 2 from Fort Myers area

Two hundred and fifty-five child predators, including two men from Southwest Florida, were arrested and 61 victims of child sexual exploitation identified during a five-week operation conducted by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's Homeland Security Investigations and Internet Crimes Against Children task forces across the United States and its territories.

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