Man Accused of Cyberbullying to Be Extradited from Netherlands to CanadaAdded: Thursday, June 30th, 2016
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The Dutch court has allowed to extradite an individual to Canada where he is wanted on charges linked to the cyberbullying of a teenager who killed herself 4 years ago. According to Dutch privacy rules, the man linked to the suicide of 15-year-old girl can only be identified by his first name – Aydin C.
It must be noted that the extradition request did not relate to charges in connection with the teen’s suicide. However, Aydin C was suspected by Canadian police of committing diverse sexual offences with the girl. The Dutch court found that the reasons for the extradition request relate to punishable offences in both countries involving a possible jail sentence of longer than 1 year. It is alleged that the 38-year-old blackmailed dozens of girls online into performing lewd acts, threatening to make public videos of earlier sex acts.
Aydin C was arrested two and a half years ago, and is currently sued by 39 victims, alleged of forcing dozens of young women from the US, the UK and the Netherlands into performing sex acts in front of their webcams. Besides, he is also linked to the case of a teenage girl who killed herself in 2012 after being tormented by an anonymous cyberbully. That incident sparked a debate about appropriate online behavior and prompted calls for criminalizing bullying.
The girl said in a YouTube video before her death that she had anxiety, depression and panic attacks after her nude photo was distributed in her community. The girl withdrew from those around her, lost friends, was beaten up in a schoolyard over a boy, had to change schools and turned to drugs and alcohol.
Aydin C will be extradited only after the end of his trial in his home country in early 2017.
Thursday, June 30th, 2016
|Girls, don't video the snatch....ever...you're just plain stupid if you do.|
|To go after a person because someone killed themselves is asinine. The person had a choice to turn off their computer, that had a choice to NOT kill themselves. This world is turning into a SJW retarded nightmare.|
|#2 sexual exploitation like that uses a mental manipulation that corners the victim into thinking there's no way out. it's a tactic used by molesters that includes death threats to parents and siblings. It's why molesters can get life imprisonment. Victims of that sort of psychosexual abuse are young kids who commonly kill themselves. It's a type of murder. Never underestimate a predator. Girls and women meet them all the time. The trick is to identify them and avoid them, but predators are clever, so many times it is too late by the time the females understand what happened. The only defense is education...stay away from douche bags and don't allow anyone to convince you of stuff you know is wrong.|
|@#3 Pulled that crap right out of the SJW text book. sorry but wrong on this case. does not even make sense for this at all. Real damn easy to shut off the computer. real easy to ignore people. I choose to engage and I choose not too. real simple even a retarded SJW could do it.... wait they cant|
|posted by (2016-07-01 19:53:42)|
|Guys this girl did this at grade 7 started this stuff. First she started with just flashing, then it led to more once she got private with blackmailers. I read all about it during that time and checked back up on it some years later. The girl would not stop. She had the option to stop but she seeked more and more attention from others. When she wouldn't stop, she got more bullied and etc. She loved the sympathy factor, which led to more etc, then more showing/etc. She decided to make the cue cards to be remembered forever. This is when the trends of "tribute pages" were coming back. Her desperate inappropriate seeking of attention and more sympathy and repeat, hurt/etc then suicide was a mental problem for her. I am not saying it was ok, but was a bully messing on a mentally challenged individual. I seen this similar in school years ago, and the guy hung himself. The guy craved attention, and he got negative attention. So people told him to do things, and he did, which then people would then call him stupid, where he would get mad, then repeat. I am not sure if their was any sympathy until after he hun g himself.|
|posted by (2016-07-03 08:08:38)|
|I'm a victim of stalking and still am. It began online with someone remotely accessing our computers at home. The person then found out where I lived if it wasn't a WIFI hack to begin with. Then the cameras in the home on top of the remote access. Then using that to break into the home over and over for years now. So, there is a line easily crossed in these cases. NSA should be extradited ten fold but are better at covering their tracks.||
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