Last year, the Department of Homeland Security launched an undercover internet sting operation designed to catch pedophiles. The site, Precious Treasures Holiday Company, purported to offer trips into Canada for the purpose of engaging in sex with minors. The name of the site is intended as a reference to PTHC, an abbreviation for preteen hardcore.
The site has led to at least one conviction and several other investigations. But, the cover worked too well. Acting upon tips of inappropriate content, the website's hosting company shut it down, unaware it was operated by the DHS.
One of the people the site caught was US Army Sergeant Jason Talbott. He was hit with a child pornography charge when he provided a picture of a naked underage girl to prove he wasn't FBI. Oh the irony.
What really sets this sting operation apart from all others though is the Homeland Security's amazing use of grammatical errors. Here is the fake company's logo, we'll let you figure it out on your own:
"We Help Make Your Fantasy’s Come True!"