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Child smurf dolls exist!

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Wow, I really didn't want to know about this. Thanks, Smoking Gun. Hopefully this won't stem the flow of fucktards who end up getting arrested during those Dateline stings, because that show continues to bring joy to millions.

Does life imitate Chuck, or does Chuck imitate life?



Blow-Up Dolls Jail Bait?

Feds say perv possessed anatomically-correct inflatable child toys

SEPTEMBER 21--Federal agents investigating the online trafficking of child pornography were surprised recently to learn of the latest sick twist in their pervert hunt: pedophiles are now consorting with child-sized blow-up dolls. While executing a search warrant on August 23 at a Long Island home, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents discovered several "inflated, anatomically-correct child sexual dolls, which were dressed as children," according to an arrest warrant, a copy of which you'll find below. In a footnote, ICE agent Richard Branda noted that, "during the course of this investigation agents became aware that inflatable sexual dolls of children are apparently sold in the same manner as inflatable sexual dolls of adults." Probers were raiding the Levittown home of Peter List, 59, as part of an online kiddie porn probe; they netted thousands of photos and video clips depicting children engaged in sexual conduct. List was arrested on a felony count and later released from a federal lockup on $300,000 bond. He was named Tuesday in a six-count indictment charging him with possession of child pornography. The indictment includes a provision seeking the forfeiture of List's computer equipment and "three inflatable child dolls." During the ICE raid, List, a hospital employee, told agents that he had dressed the inflatable dolls himself. (8 pages)