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How The Police Rescued 115 Mothers Whose Breast Milk Was Being Harvested Every Day Used To Manufacture Cheese, Butter, Others

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How The Police Rescued 115 Mothers Whose Breast Milk Was Being Harvested Every Day Used To Manufacture Cheese, Butter, Others

 

 

115 mothers were rescued 60 miles southeast of Abuja by the Nigerian authorities, whose breast milk was harvested every day and then converted into various dairy products, such as cheese, butter and fresh milk.

Some of these girls were as young as 16, the oldest being 22, and in the last 3 years, most of them have been reported missing. Police believe that for the past three years their capturers have documented everything they have done to them and uploaded it to the dark web to entertain their customers.

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The girls were raped and impregnated live on the internet, and every day they milked them like cows after giving birth, and their milk was processed using some of the new dairy industry technology. In the event that police began to look into the location, 3 starving cows were held as a front.

Most of the goods from the dingy warehouse were shipped out of the country, along with videos of the products being milked and processed and packaged. The confiscated computers and paperwork reveal that the milk operation was sponsored by fans watching the milk operation live on the dark web.

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The Dark Web funders used cryptocurrency to pay the milk operators. They pay to get customized videos and products of exclusive girls’ breast milk and more. “Some ask that a girl be fed a particular meal the day before she is milked to her specifications and that poor girls say things like “This milk is for you (insert name)

Milk, cheese, and butter were packaged using one of the famous brands of milk dairy products and donated to charities or sold to small businesses.

 

How The Police Rescued 115 Mothers Whose Breast Milk Was Being Harvested Every Day Used To Manufacture Cheese, Butter, Others

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