The man accused of tormenting Amanda Todd before her suicide will not face charges in her case in the Netherlands.
The lawyer representing Aydin Coban says Todd’s entire case is being left out of the Dutch prosecution against him. Christian Van Dijk, Coban’s lawyer, says he believes it is because Canadian prosecutors are trying to have Coban extradited here to face similar charges.
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Todd was 15 years old when she committed suicide in October 2012 after she was bullied online.
Coban is accused of pressuring youth in several countries into performing sex acts by webcam and then blackmailing them.
He still faces sextortion charges and is accused of spreading child pornography, involving international victims including one other Canadian.
Coban was arrested in 2014 and is a Dutch national of Turkish descent.
Coban remains in custody in the Netherlands.