BIRMINGHAM – A British academic has been sentenced to 32 years in prison for extorting tens of people. Matthew Falder (29) forced his victims themselves filming while they are degrading and traumatiserende tasks. It included the eating of dog food and the licking of the toilet seat, posts British media.
The man did himself on the internet for as a female artist. He asked people to nude photos that he allegedly wanted to use to create works of art. Falder used those images in reality for his victims to extort. Also he placed hidden cameras in public toilets.
Falder was active in the so-called dark web, where he was a member of the communities where images of abuse were shared. He ran to the end against the lamp after international research. The man admitted guilt to 137 offences, which related to 46 people. Some of the victims had tried to make themselves the life from him.