Police warn against sharing explicit video

Multiple police departments and the FBI are investigating an apparent disturbing, pornographic video involving a minor that is being shared and forwarded extensively on Facebook, according to media reports this week from around the country.

Many people are sharing the video in hopes of identifying the man shown abusing the child.

ACCPD has been made aware of a video making its way around social media involving child pornography.

Anyone caught distributing the video or any other child pornography could face criminal charges. You could be charged for sharing this video. Law enforcement officers do not know when the incident occurred, KATC reports. Memphis police department wrote on their Facebook page.

However, police would like to send out a warning against sharing the video. Sharing the video will not give justice to the victim; instead, it will continue to victimize the child.

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Buffalo Police asked that if you come across a disturbing video, please do not share it.

Law Enforcement across the country is asking the public to not share an obscene video portraying a criminal act on the internet.

If anyone finds the video in their inbox, they are encouraged to delete it immediately.

"In addition to investigating the circumstances of the assault, investigators are working to determine how and by whom the video was shared", Garrett said.

  • Regina Walsh