Canadian pervert convicted of Nexopia child rape

Nexopialogo

At least that’s what I wish the Canadian courts and media would say. Instead we get headlines like this..

Man lured underage girls over the Internet for sex:

Man guilty of underage sex:

First off the victim in this instance was 12-years-old. Let’s call it what it is. Either child molestation or child rape. 12 is even well below the highly controversial Canadian age of consent of 14-years-old that has since been changed to 16.

28-year-old Brian Allan Cockell of Edmonton, Alberta was convicted of what we would call child molestation of a 12-year-old girl that he met through the Canadian social site Nexopia. What the Alberta court called it was ‘sexual interference’. Seriously, what the fuck is that?

Cockell groomed the girl through Nexopia, communicated with her through text messages, met the girl at an ice rink, then took the girl back to his place where he raped her. You can’t convince me it was anything but rape. This went on five more times with Cockell knowing the girl’s age.

To make matters worse his defense attorney is arguing that the two years his client spent in jail awaiting trial should be enough and that he is “no longer a danger to young people.” Are you shitting me?

If Canadian legal history is any indicator I wouldn’t be surprised if this scumbag actually did get time served.

Seriously Canada, grow a pair.

And why the hell was a 12-year-old girl on Nexopia unattended, having a cell phone and allowed to go to an ice rink by herself? Get a clue parents for the sake of your kids.

UPDATE 5/14/2012: Cockell only got 9 1/2 years along with 27 months time served. So in all total he’ll only serve a little bit more than 7 years and will probably be released early. Pathetic.

MySpace pimp god convicted

Judge convicts the MySpace ‘pimp god’:

29-year-old Terry Clayton Wallace of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada was convicted on pimping charges by a judge this week.

Wallace refered to himself on MySpace as ‘pimp god’ and ‘super agent’ on MySpace. He used MySpace to recruit ‘models’ where they could earn millions.

Let’s go over this again people. Real modeling agents don’t use MySpace pages. They have professionally designed websites. If they do use a MySpace I doubt their models are earning millions.

Man who posted nude pics of ex cries at sentencing

Local man off to jail for posting naked photos of underage girl:

I originally posted about Brian Jonathan Schultz here. He’s the guy from Edmonton who posted nude pics of his underage ex on Nexopia.

He was recently sentenced to one year behind bars and at the reading of his sentence he broke down and cried.

Awwwwww, poor baby….not.

Canadian craigslist murder?

Police locate 2nd man allegedly lured to Edmonton garage:

I’m sure a lot of you have heard about the murder of John Brian Altinger. In October he was lured to the garage of Edmonton filmmaker Mark Andrew Twitchell where it’s alleged that Twitchell stabbed Altinger to death.

The reason the murder made headlines outside of Canada is Twitchell was a fan of the TV show Dexter which focuses on a forensic worker who is also a vigilante serial killer.

It’s alleged that Altinger was lured to his death under the pretense that he was about to meet a woman.

What none of the media are telling us is that according to a blogger at Smut and Steff who knew Altinger is that the site he met the ‘woman’ over was craigslist.

That would make the third confirmed murder where craigslist was involved in some way.

Man posts underage pics of ex on Nexopia

Man pleads guilty to distributing child porn:

21-year-old Brian Johnathan Schultz of Edmonton, Alberta pleaded guilty to charges of distributing child porn. It seems that Schultz was dating a girl who was 16 and photographed their sexual exploits. The girl tried to end the relationship but Schultz couldn’t accept that. Schultz had started posting nude pictures of the girl on his Nexopia profile and was offering more for anyone who requested. When the girl contacted Nexopia the photos were pulled. Schultz then presented the girl with a diamond ring but the girl still refused. Then Schultz had set up a complete website offering photos of the girl.

Canadian law states

The age of consent is 18 years where the sexual activity involves exploitative activity, such as prostitution, pornography or where there is a relationship of trust, authority or dependency. For other sexual activity, the age of consent is 14 years.

So the sex was legal but the photos were not.

Schultz is set to be sentenced early next year.

First off I’ll probably have my man card revoked for this but ladies, don’t let your SOs take nude photos of you. Eventually they’ll find their way to the internet. Now to the guys, we’ve all been there. We’ve all had the girlfriend that we wanted back no matter the cost after we got dumped. However have some dignity and let her go. You’ll both be better off that way.

Thanks to LiLO for the tip.