The mother of a B.C. teen who took her own life after being harassed and extorted by a Dutch man fears he won’t see any extra jail time, despite being handed a 13-year Canadian sentence.
Aydin Coban was convicted of harassment, extortion, child luring and possession and distribution of child pornography this summer in the high-profile Amanda Todd case.
The terms of his extradition to Canada require him to be returned to the Netherlands before the end of the month, where his Canadian sentence will be converted to the Dutch system.
“We can only wait and see what happens when he returns and he goes through the sentence conversion hearing that will happen in the Netherlands,” Amanda’s mother Carol Todd told Global News Morning BC.