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Police entrapment

This is a message I received today. It is in all likelyhood an effort for police to entrap me in the illegal activity of trading in child porn. This is law enforcement fucking people and it needs to stop.
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Subject: Saw your email at the BL site

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I you are interested in swapping BL groups, communities(now also called
groups)
and good Bl pix and clips, ;let us do it!
Attached I have a sweet boy pix. ....
Send some of your favorited hardcore or sweet Dennis, and I will send
you back some of my favs....
Cheers
Robby
Tracing down header using google 12.Jul.2002 01:09

Dennis Bejin

This is some of the info I've been able to trace down from the header of the message.

 Ruud@maltisbabba.nl) Delivered-To:  dennis@maltisbabba.nl Received: (qmail 20580 invoked
by uid 89); 12 May 2002 17:42:25 -0000 Delivered-To: maltisbabba.nl-info ...
www.maltisbabba.nl/news/news.shtml - 19k - Cached - Similar pag

part of the info leads to the following website which I do not understand. It does not seem to be pornographic. No pics. Does anyone understand what it translates to?

 http://www.maltisbabba.nl/news/news.shtml

spamcop 12.Jul.2002 04:29

cedd

The best resources known to geeks to trace down mail headers is  http://spamcop.net (look up the option "report single spam" or something).

Oh yeahm which is also an opportunity to point out that your 'problem' pretty much seems to be spam. I receive 10 mails like this from friggin spammers every day. No big deal.