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Charges in B.C. sextortion case mirror global trend: research institute

U.S.-based Network Contagion Research Institute calls sextortion incidents 'digital pandemic'

CBC NewsJason Proctor

WARNING: This story contains details about suicide and sexual extortion. 

A computer screen and nearly 10,000 kilometres stood between Jordan Demay and the two Nigerian brothers accused of hounding the Michigan teen to suicide in March 2022.

Demay's mother believes Samson and Samuel Ogoshi probably never expected they'd have to one day look her in the eye. Nor was she prepared to see them in the flesh as they stood in a courtroom, extradited to the U.S. from Lagos last year to face trial in Jorda‚Ķ

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Charges in B.C. sextortion case mirror global trend: research institute

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CBC NewsJason Proctor, Posted: Feb 10, 2024 9:00 AM EST | Last Updated: 10 minutes ago
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