WOW: 104 Arrested in Child Sex Sting Including an ER Doc & Church Youth Director

Another massive child sex Sting bust has happened and of course the mainstream media won’t cover it.

An emergency room doctor and a youth director at a Christian church are among two of 104 people arrested last week in a major online child sex sting in Ohio, according to WBNS.

Two of those arrested were an emergency room doctor Austin Kosier and a youth pastor Christian Gibson of Redeemers of Courtright Church.

Focusing on three Ohio counties (Delaware, Fairfield, Franklin), the sting netted 24 arrests of men accused of “attempted unlawful sexual conduct with a minor and importuning.” That number includes Kosier and Gibson.

  • 43 women arrested for selling sex
  • 36 men arrested for trying to buy sex
  • 1 man arrested for promoting prostitution

Franklin County Sheriff’s Office Major Steven Tucker told WBNS that all 24 men showed up with the intention of having sex with a child, saying:

“The reality that they were operating in, is that there absolutely was a child at the other end of that device, and that’s who they were coming to see. They show up with sex toys, they show up with lubrication. They show up with things that clearly somebody isn’t going to show up to a house with unless they intended to engage in sexual activity.”

The major operation, involving more than 30 law enforcement agencies, focused on human traffickers, internet predators, and those who feed the child sex trade with money.

Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost told WBNS on Friday:

“Criminals involved in trafficking other human beings prey upon those individuals that are already at risk, subjecting them to prostitution and addiction. Predators who seek to harm our children and grandchildren are not hiding in the bushes, they’re lurking on the internet. Please talk to your children. Please know what they’re doing online. Set the rules. Be the parent. Be the parent. Know who they’re talking to. You’re entitled to ask. You’re entitled to know. The children need to know, you can’t trust everybody. Not every adult is trustworthy.”

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