Suspect in Amanda Todd cyberbullying case to be extradited to Canada
A 38-year-old Dutch man who was recently convicted of cyberbullying dozens of young girls and gay men has been ordered extradited to Canada to face a separate trial in the cyberbullying of Amanda Todd.
The 15-year-old B.C. girl's 2012 suicide drew global attention to online abuse.
The Dutch Supreme Court approved the extradition earlier today but it was not immediately clear when the suspect could be sent to Canada.
The suspect was convicted last month by a Dutch court and sentenced to nearly 11 years in prison.
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