Porn group tries to link up with child charity (29.12.87)

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The Sunday Times, 29th November 1987

by Maurice Chittenden and Rosie Waterhouse

A PAEDOPHILE movement has been thwarted in its bid to forge links with an international charity devoted to the protection and welfare of children.
The paedophile group, centred around a London and Edinburgh-based magazine called Minor Problems, attempted to set up an exchange of information and publications with the charity.
Welfare workers at the Defence for Children International’s New York office grew suspicious when they read some of the group’s publicity literature.
Minor Problems describes itself as a ‘review for free intergenerational and childhood relations’. But detectives and child-care worker believe it has now replaced the notorious Paedophile Information Exchange (Pie) as the leading contact group for those campaigning for sex with under-aged youngsters.

Although police in Cheshire have denied that the arrests made in Congleton last week had anything to do with such contact groups, they…

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