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Homeland Security havs evolved into the "religious police"???

Jun 27, 2014

Denver Post

Sounds like the Homeland Security cops have evolved into the "religious police"???

Don't these Homeland Security police officers have any REAL criminals to protect us from????

I thought Homeland Security was to protect us against evil Commies, Nazis and Arabs who were going to cause the downfall of Western civilization by doing whatever they do???

But in this article we have Homeland Security goons trolling the internet posing as a hot, horny mom who wants someone to come have sex with her, and her children.

And the penalty for this crime seems rather draconian. 30 years in prison for taking up a Homeland Security goon on his offer to come to Denver and have sex with the hot horny mom he was posing as.

Homeland Security sting nabs man seeking sex with Denver mom, 2 kids

By Kieran Nicholson

The Denver Post

Posted: 06/27/2014 11:26:14 AM MDT

A 61-year-old St. Louis man was arrested in Denver after allegedly traveling here to have sex with two minors.

Darwin Gilbert Gowen was arrested Sunday at Denver International Airport by federal authorities, according to a U.S. Attorney news release.

He has a federal court appearance scheduled Wednesday, the release said.

The case involves a special agent with Homeland Security Investigations who posed on the Internet as a 37-year-old single mother of two minor daughters, ages 15 and 11, the release said.

The undercover agent communicated online with Gowen, who allegedly arranged to come to Colorado to have sex with the mother and two children, the release said. Investigators were waiting at the airport and Gowen was taken into custody.

If convicted of travel with intent to engage in illicit sexual conduct, Gowen could be sentenced to 30 years in federal prison, and up to a $250,000 fine.

The undercover agent involved in the case works for U.S. Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE).

Homeland Security investigators with ICE pursue a wide array of crimes and criminals, including crimes against children.

From May 1 to 31, ICE investigators carried out "Operation Orion," arresting 181 people suspected of engaging in child pornography.

Most arrests were made in America, but some were executed in Spain, Argentina, the Philippines and the United Kingdom. The operation also identified and rescued 18 victims, according to an ICE media release.

Kieran Nicholson: 303-954-1822, or