Last week, in an unprecedented move, Interpol went public in its search for a child pornography suspect, and this week, with the help of leads that came in as a result, the man identified and arrested. Here's the AP's story about the arrest. Christopher Paul Neil is a 32-year-old Canadian schoolteacher, the Associated Press reported earlier. "Thai authorities issued an arrest warrant Thursday for a Canadian who is the subject of a global Interpol manhunt for the alleged sexual abuse of at least a dozen Cambodian and Vietnamese boys, some as young as 6, police said."
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