Man Allegedly Used 1-Year-Old Stepchild To Make Porn

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Police arrested an Oregon man for allegedly using his 1-year-old step daughter to make porn.

After searching his home on Nov. 2, authorities say they found evidence 29-year-old Kelly Shane Rice created and shared the child pornography over private messaging app Kik, reports KVAL.

"During the search of the residence and the following investigation, it was discovered that one of the child pornographic images was produced at that residence," state police said.

Rice is now charged with using a child in display of sexually explicit conduct, sex abuse, unlawful sexual penetration and encouraging child sex abuse.

He is currently in the local county jail on a $1.1 million bond.

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Social media users were disgusted by the news.

"Every parents nightmare," wrote one person in the Daily Mail's comments section. "This predator needs to be strung up as he clearly has no use to society but to drain resources that could be used for helping people instead of feeding him. Sick!"

"Urgh!" wrote another. "What a beast. One year old baby girl. Neuter it first and then release it with a permanent tattoo on its forehead, warning humanity about its sick perversion. Women need to be more aware that there are predators out there who will use them for easy access to their children."

"Anyone who murders children or commits violent abuses to them deserve the death penalty," added a third person. "There is no excuse for crimes against children!"

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It's just one of many child sexual abuse cases capturing attention as of late.

In October, as part of a nationwide operation called "Cross Country XI," the FBI rescued a 3-month-old infant and her 5-year-old sister who were on sale for $600 in Colorado, reports the Chicago Tribune.

Working with authorities from Canada, Britain, Thailand, Cambodia and the Philippines, the FBI arrested 120 accused sex traffickers and rescued 84 "sexually exploited juveniles."

"We at the FBI have no greater mission than to protect our nation's children from harm," FBI Director Christopher Wray said in a statement. "Unfortunately, the number of traffickers arrested -- and the number of children recovered -- reinforces why we need to continue to do this important work."

He added that the operation "isn't just about taking traffickers off the street. It's about making sure we offer help and a way out to these young victims who find themselves caught in a vicious cycle of abuse."

Sources: KVAL, Daily Mail, Chicago Tribune / Featured Image: Pixabay / Embedded Images: Pexels (2)

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