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Aydin Coban sees his sentence reduced prison time

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Dutchman Aydin Coban was found guilty of five counts in connection with the cyberbullying case of Amanda Todd, a British Columbia teenager who took her own life in 2012.

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On Thursday, an Amsterdam court ruled that Aydin Coban's sentence should be reduced from 13 years to six years. The Dutchman was found guilty in a British Columbia court of leading a campaign of online harassment and extortion against teenager Amanda Todd.

Aydin Coban was extradited from the Netherlands to Canada in 2020 to stand trial on charges related to Amanda Todd. The 15-year-old girl committed suicide in 2012 after posting a video describing the harassment she suffered online.

Aydin Coban had was tried in Canada on the condition that his sentence be served in a Dutch prison. The prison sentence imposed by the Supreme Court of British Columbia in August 2022 therefore had to be converted into a sentence respecting the criminal code of the Netherlands.

On Thursday, Aydin Coban's lawyer, Robert Malewicz, said he would appeal the Amsterdam court's decision to the Supreme Court of Netherlands.

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