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Amanda Todd, Who Video Told Story Of Suicide, Bully Found By Hackers (Photos)

The group of infamous hackers called Anonymous, according to hacktivists, claim to have found the man who allegedly tormented 15 year-old Vancouver teen Amanda Todd who committed suicide after her cyberbullying.

The entire ordeal started when Amanda Todd was allegedly blackmailed by a 32 year-old man who took topless pictures of the teen in a web-chat. Todd was actually preteen at just age 12 at the time. The cyberbully and child predator allegedly came back later and claimed he would post it over the Internet if she didn't do more.

The man went on to verify to her via Facebook that he had her name, address, school and would send the topless photos he had taken of her during a webcam chat to everyone.

Amanda Todd decided to switch schools after a police came to her home. Amanda even apparently switched her Facebook profile, which was found again by the unidentified person.

And it didn't stop there. It also consisted of school bullying after she somehow 'hooked up' with another girl's boyfriend. The girl allegedly confronted Amanda Todd and beat her up in front of a group of classmates and school officials.

Those of whom Todd believed were her friends began to taunt her also online and allegedly stated that they hope she sees the stuff posted online, dies this time (referring to Todd's previous attempted suicide) and even posted pictures of bleach bottles (chemical substances she attempted to kill herself with).

Unfortunately cyber bullies led the teen to commit suicide not long after posting a YouTube video describing her cyber-bullying and sexual exploitation that she faced over the Internet.

Amanda Todd posted her silent video "My story: Struggling, bullying, suicide, self harm" in which she holds up postcards telling her entire story on Sept. 7, revealing her previous attempted suicides and being bullied at school.

Todd was found dead on October 10, 2012 in her hometown of Port Coquitlam, British Columbia.

In a video posted by Anonymous, an online hacking and activist group, it shows an animation wearing a Guy Fawkes mask stating that the individual responsible for the death of Amanda Todd is an abomination to society, and will be punished.

Meanwhile, authorities are not confirming that Anonymous have the correct person who initially posted Todd's topless photo due to the case still being investigated.

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  1. This is really sad why did they do that they should go to jail. she left them alone it was one mistake. if i had seen this earlier i would have been that somebody she needed.

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