Pizzagate: FBI Raids Ohio Adoption Agency In Huge Child Sex Trafficking Sting
European Adoption Consultants involved in international sale of children to pedophile rings
The FBI has confirmed that it conducted a raid on an adoption agency in Ohio in connection with human trafficking and selling children to international pedophile rings, in the latest of a series of operations related to the Pizzagate Washington D.C. Elite pedophilia investigation by the State Department.
Federal agents raided the European Adoption Consultants building in Strongsville, Ohio, and left carrying boxes and other evidence, according to reports.
The State Department had issued the warrant on the grounds that the agency was involved in "the sale, abduction, exploitation, or trafficking of children.”.
The FBI refused to comment on the details of the raids, but a source within the Federal Bureau of Investigation did confirm that they were "executing the warrant';
“We do have activity going on there. The matter is sealed, and at this time I cannot provide any additional information,”
The adoption agency was accused of soliciting bribes and committing other crimes last month and was debarred by the U.S. Department of State.
The Epoch Times reports: The home of the founder of the adoption agency was also raided by federal authorities, WKYC-TV reported. Officials would not elaborate on the raid other than saying they were “executing a warrant.”
The State Department alleged that the agency “failed to adequately supervise…preventing the sale, abduction, exploitation, or trafficking of children.”
They also failed to prevent the “solicitation of bribes; Fraudulently obtaining birth parent consent…” to get the children into the United States, the State Department said, according to WKYC.
In December, two notes were posted on the agency’s website, with one reading: “We do not feel the action is warranted and we are evaluating our appeal and the other options available to us.” The agency is making arrangements to transfer its adoption cases.
“EAC was given no prior information about the investigation conducted by the Department of State and no opportunity before the adverse action was taken to address the issues raised or the facts alleged,” a statement reads. “We dispute the accuracy of many of the facts reported, and the statements made by the Department of State in its notice to EAC.”
Since Jeff Sessions was sworn in as Attorney General last week, federal and state police had conducted a series of operations to crack down in human trafficking and pedophile rings.
The Department Of Justice appears to be taking down the network's infrastructure as it gathers evidence in preparation for the high-level arrests in Washinton D.C.