Search for child pornographer ends with
December 21, 2012
The nationwide search for a "Jane Doe" suspected
child pornographer, by U.S. Immigration and
Customs Enforcement's (ICE) Homeland Security
Investigations (HSI), ended with the arrest of
an Okaloosa County, Florida, woman on federal
charges for child pornography production.
Corine Danielle Motley, 25, was arrested by HSI
Pensacola special agents and Northwest Florida
Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force
members late Wednesday evening, hours after HSI
issued a public appeal for assistance to
identify "Jane Doe."
"The quick identification of the victim and
suspect in this case demonstrates the power of
the press, social media and the general public
in helping solve these cases," said ICE Director
John Morton. "Literally hours after we asked the
public for their assistance in identifying Jane
Doe, a tip came in that led to her
identification and arrest. There is nothing more
satisfying than knowing that, due to these
efforts, a child is now safe and her tormentor
now in custody."
HSI's Child Exploitation Investigations Unit's
Victim Identification Program obtained a "Jane
Doe" arrest warrant Tuesday in the U.S. District
Court for the District of Columbia for the
suspect and issued a news release with photos
seeking the public's help to identify the
suspect, after all other investigative leads had
According to the complaint, Motley is believed
to have produced at least one long-form child
pornography video featuring herself engaging in
explicit sexual conduct with a four- to
HSI special agents received an investigative
referral from the Danish National Police, after
the video was downloaded by law enforcement
officers in Denmark.
The video was referred to HSI as Danish police
believed that the video had most likely been
produced in the United States. HSI submitted the
material to the National Center for Missing &
Exploited Children, the national clearinghouse
for child sexual exploitation material. The
center determined that the victim had not yet
been identified or rescued.
Investigators believe that the video was posted
on the Internet for the first time November 27.
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