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Two year-olds and four year-old boys are facing charges of distributing intimate images of at least 20 high school girls without consent, and possessing and distributing child pornography. Their identities are protected under the Youth Criminal Justice Act. The page document was provided to media on Monday at Bridgewater provincial court after Nancy Rubin, a lawyer representing the CBC, made arguments for the release of partially redacted copies. She plans to ask for further details to be released in arguments scheduled for Jan. The document says about 60 images of girls were sent to one password-protected account on Dropbox, a U.

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The boys, who are all from the Bridgewater area, have admitted to forming a private Facebook group where they decided to exchange photos of at least 20 girls, ranging in age from 13 to 17, without their consent. They were scheduled to be sentenced Monday, but the case was adjourned until Sept. Defence lawyers had also asked for more time after the Crown submitted a brief outlining proposed penalties. The page document, submitted in Bridgewater provincial court, says the young men should be prohibited from using social media sites like Twitter, Facebook and Snapchat.

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This copy is for your personal non-commercial use only. The year-old girl had known the boy since they were young. When they talked in class, he would compliment her looks and tell her that he liked her. The boy would talk about how they could trust each other, according to court documents, then asked her for photos, including full nudes. The boy is one of six male teenagers in Bridgewater, N.
Please see our Commenting Policy for more. Six young Nova Scotia men who admitted to exchanging intimate images of at least 20 girls without their consent have been handed conditional discharges. Their conditions include no contact with the victims for nine months, the completion of counselling and 50 hours of community service within six months. Provincial court Judge Paul Scovil acknowledged that some of the conditions may have already been met by the young men. Earlier in the day, Crown prosecutor Peter Dostal told the sentencing hearing the victims were vulnerable and suffered psychological harm.