Over 70 Canadian Senators and MPs from all eight political parties sent a letter to the RCMP calling for a full investigation into MindGeek/Pornhub and the online exploitation of women and children.

This letter is supporting the 104 survivors and 525 NGOs fighting against the Canadian-based porn website, Pornhub under the parent company MindGeek. 

"What about the investigation that's already being conducted by Canada's Ethics Committee? While they've been doing a notable job of exposing Pornhub's crimes, this committee will need to rely on the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) to do a full-scale criminal investigation," says Exodus Cry, a non-profit Christian advocacy organization seeking the abolition of the legal commercial sex industry, including pornography, strip clubs and sex work, and illegal sex trafficking based out of USA.

Right now the RCMP has zero outstanding investigations regarding MindGeek, even though multiple witnesses testified to non-consensual sexual acts on video still up on the website, after numerous attempts to have it removed. 

In a part of the letter, it reads, "In the case of mandatory reporting, survivors, lawyers, and child protection agencies like the Canadian Centre for Child Protection and the U.S. National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) have confirmed that MindGeek failed to comply and report to Canadian law enforcement between 2011 and 2020."

Ted Falk, MP of Provencher signed the letter as did Don Plett, a Senator from Landmark, Man.

The head executives from MindGeek, the parent company of Pornhub, David Marmorstein Tassillo and Feras Antoon answered questions by members of the House of Commons on February 5, 2021.

However, MindGeek has denied all accusations of wrongdoing, saying it is a global leader in preventing the distribution of any content that shows child sexual abuse and other exploitive content.

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Posted by Exodus Cry on Monday, March 15, 2021