Dutch court approves extradition of Aydin Coban to Canada

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The Dutch Supreme Court has approved the extradition of Aydin Coban, a convicted cyber blackmailer, to Canada following Tuesday’s ruling.

Coban faces charges in the case of a B.C. teen Amanda Todd, who killed herself after allegedly being extorted online. He was convicted last month by a Dutch court and sentenced to nearly 11 years in prison for online fraud and blackmail of 34 other young men and women.

He faces a separate Canadian trial in the cyber extortion of Todd, who in October 2012 committed suicide after posting a YouTube video saying she had been blackmailed online.

Read more at CBC News

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.