Two Rather Disturbing Stories of Assault involving the Internet & on-line Activities


The internet can be a great source of knowledge, information and entertainment. It can also be a very dark place where one must keep an eye out and always be vigilant. The following two stories show us the many dangers that exist when dealing with the on-line world.


Jeffrey J. Marsalis is facing 9 counts of rape involving 8 woman that he met on the internet, many through Read the full story that involves the alleged rapist using date rape drugs on his victims.

In an even more disturbing story, the much acclaimed Toronto Sex Crimes Child Exploitation Unit nabbed an on-line pedophile predator who actually broadcast his assault of a preschooler live over the internet. Read more about the apprehension and the software that helped aid the police in arresting this predator.

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  • Comments

    5 Responses to “Two Rather Disturbing Stories of Assault involving the Internet & on-line Activities”

    1. Patti on November 4th, 2006 11:58 pm

      My hat’s off to the Toronto Sex Crimes and Expoitation Unit.
      Thank God that the authorities are continuing in their
      investigation into the sick people that do these perverted
      things AND the company’s that make it possible.

      SAN FRANCISCO …. do you hear the Coo-Coo…. WAKE UP!!!!!

      Thank you, Richard

    2. joe bear on November 5th, 2006 11:26 am

      Good job.

    3. kw on November 6th, 2006 11:14 am

      Two words come to mind:

      Death. Penalty.

    4. Patti on November 6th, 2006 6:23 pm

      Get this: I just went on the internet and found out the
      reason that they weren’t announcing his name was because
      the is the child’s father.

      Does he get money for doing that?? Is that how it works,
      set up a secret website and sell time?? If that’s it,
      then how hard can it be to catch?

      I like the way they ended the article: We know who you
      are; we know what you’ve done and we are going to catch
      YOU!!!!! That was great. I hope they do.

    5. Marie Starr on November 11th, 2006 8:12 pm


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