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A 43-year-old Edmonton youth soccer coach is facing charges following a police Internet Child Exploitation investigation where a man allegedly tried to arrange to have sex with a child.
The Alberta Law Enforcement Response Team (ALERT) Internet Child Exploitation (ICE) unit began investigating after a tip came in that a man was trying to arrange a sexual encounter with a youth, said Staff Sgt. The man was then conned into communicating with an ICE unit investigator online posing as a mother with an 11-year-old daughter, and since December 2016 the man has allegedly engaged in sexually explicit conversations where he attempted to arrange to have sex with the girl.
Raven, a name she uses professionally, started selling sex in Winnipeg about a year ago. “People are worried about being busted.” Four months after the federal government brought into force new laws aimed at ending prostitution in this country, the vast grey market for sexual services in Canada remains, unsurprisingly, intact.
Clients are becoming more cautious, she believes, and advertising more discreet.
Wesley Darrell Vander Leeuw, 43, has been charged with making arrangements or agreement to commit sexual offences against a child and making child pornography.
Cam said the charge of making child pornography is connected to the explicit narrative of the conversation between the man and the investigator.This policy describes our practices with respect to the collection, use, storage and disclosure of personal information which we collect from individuals who are customers of the Airport Authority.It does not apply to information collected, used, or disclosed with respect to corporate or commercial entities.Vander Leeuw was being held in custody pending a bail application.Mel Snihurowych, president of the Southwest United Sports Club, said the news came as “a complete shock” because he had never heard any complaints regarding Vander Leeuw, who had been coaching a U-10 boys soccer team since September 2016.The most commonly hacked products were made by Foscam, the BBC reported, followed by Linksys and then Panasonic.