Saturday, December 20, 2014

'Sextortion': Online blackmail of men

Isn't it ironic that when the average citizen does it, it's a crime, but when the police do it for so called "sex stings", it's then magically ok?

Video Description:
Hundreds of thousands of men around the world are falling victim every year to a pernicious form of online crime. It has been nicknamed "sextortion" and is a form of blackmail. Victims are normally lured in through social media sites; the blackmailers are criminal gangs operating in countries like the Philippines.


Jason Sanders said...

The owner of one such web site has been convicted on theft and extortion:

Jason Sanders said...

To error is human to forgive divine. The court's declared this a mistrial. Please do not trash things as when you do something stupid such as this it affects all in one way or another. Life is bad enough for the sex offender or any person on the registry. Common sense and proper judgment is righteous judgment. Forgive and don't use a scheme or something for personal gain if that was the case. Those that sent pictures should be just as guilty. Government wants anything they can get on people... Government is not for justice as they will punish the innocent as well as the guilty.

Clean up your act if its that bad as with God all things are possible, with man you just might as well forget it as they will be your downfall if one doesn't realize that already. Conning someone is conning plain and simple. Take a look at how these internet sex stings are.