The suspects then demand money from the victim and said they would otherwise send the video to the victim’s friends.The suspects are said to refuse to meet in person or defer the meeting, insisting on video chats.The video then listed the manifesto of a previously unknown group calling itself the FFFC.The message stated that the attack against the bank was because of the growing suffering of Vancouver's poor in the shadow of RBC's major sponsorship of the 2010 Vancouver Olympics and Paralympics in Vancouver and Whistler, British Columbia and claimed these events were held "on stolen indigenous land." In addition to social issues and aboriginal land claims, the video claimed the actions were sparked by environmental and deforestation related concerns surrounding the Alberta tar sands projects in "Canada's" prairies, in which the video claims RBC is substantially involved and which G8/G20 decisions furthered.They use other people's photos and use locations to appear close to their target — when they are actually from outside of Canada. When a victim initiates contact or is contacted by the suspects, they engage in what police describe as "age- and social- appropriate social/flirtatious chats." The chats then become sexual, and t During the video chats, the victim is encouraged to undress or engage in sexual behaviours, police said.Once the victim engages in compromising behaviour in front of the camera, the video chat will stop.Toronto police are warning the public about an alleged online extortion scam using fake dating profiles to lure victims into compromising video chats.Police say that suspects are creating fake profiles on common online dating sites.
Patrick Ducharme, Joshua Cabero’s lawyer, said the complainant “convinced herself of validity of her beliefs…Within 15 days of receipt of the Offence Notice (ticket), you must choose one of the following options: 1.Plead guilty - voluntary payment of the total payable out of court.Payments can be made by Internet, by mail, or in person at any POA court location. Request a meeting with the prosecutor to discuss the possible resolution of the charge. Requests must be made in person at the court location noted on the Offence Notice (ticket).Requests can be made online, by mail or in person at the court location noted on the Offence Notice (ticket). Failure to pay your fine in full could result in a conviction being entered against you.