Oct 282015
 October 28, 2015  Posted by  Non-U.S., Online, Youth & Schools

Diane Strandberg reports:

An internet luring case against a Dutch citizen could still go ahead in Canada even though Dutch authorities are not pursuing charges related to the death of Port Coquitlam teen Amanda Todd.

And Todd’s mother said it would be an international disgrace if the case involving her daughter — who killed herself in 2012 after being cyberstalked and bullied online — doesn’t go ahead.


A spokesperson for the B.C. Criminal Justice Branch has confirmed that extradition proceedings are moving forward against Coban on five charges the RCMP laid in 2014 related to the cyberstalking of Amanda Todd. Those charges are: one count of extortion, one count of internet luring, one count of criminal harassment, one count of possessing child pornography for the purpose of distribution, and one count of child pornography.

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