According to Got Frag.com, George "Spike" Finley of London, Ontario allegedly recruited boys aged between 10 and 13 to his clan, the Green Berets, telling them to lie about their ages to other gamers and the clan's leader, James O'Connor.Finley is accused of asking the boys for nude pictures of themselves via the Ventrilo voice chat program.The boys allege that they were offered computer hardware, cash and clan leadership roles in return, and claim that on refusing Finley's requests, they were dropped from the clan."Those children would come to me with crazy accusations such as Spike offered me 00 for naked pictures,'" OConnor told Gamer Tag.The case focused on two main issues — whether students had a reasonable expectation of privacy while they were in school and whether the videos were made for “a sexual purpose” as set out in the voyeurism law.Superior Court Justice Andrew Goodman agreed with the Crown that privacy rights were ensured at school and Jarvis had violated them.
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Sitting on the front bench of the courtroom gallery, a teenager teared up when her former English teacher was found not guilty of voyeurism. She questioned why he would call her mother when she was sick and ask her friends to text her. Beal secondary school, the police came to her with videos Jarvis had surreptitiously shot with a pen camera showing her and 26 other young female students. “A 14-year-old girl shouldn’t have to watch videos of herself,” she said, particularly the ones that focused on her breasts.
They maintained the relationship for 2 1/2 years without a face-to face conversation.
The victim sent 10 photos of herself in provocative poses wearing underwear or posing naked.