The alleged three hunters of pedophiles sought to Sherbrooke

News 21 July, 2017
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    Friday, 21 July 2017 17:30

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    SHERBROOKE – The Sûreté du Québec (SQ) request the assistance of the public to track down three alleged “police the web” that would have intimidated and threatened pedophiles met by the internet.

    The two men and the woman reportedly attempted to set up meetings of a sexual nature with people are interesting to young girls.

    “At the time of the encounter, three people are reported to have intimidated and threatened the people encountered, the Sûreté du Québec (SQ) in a press release. They have also caused harm to their vehicles. The events would have taken place in recent days in the region of Sherbrooke.”

    The police took the opportunity to remind people that “even if the goal behind these actions is to help the police forces”, it is very risky to try to “police the web”, since such a scheme can bring these people to commit crimes in the course of their work.

    “More generally, the information collected by a citizen may rarely be used as evidence to the court and therefore, cannot be used to bring charges,” said SQ.

    Thursday morning, a Sherbrooke 27-year-old would be connected to a network of hunters to pedophiles has been arrested by the police in the SQ.

    William Flag and is now facing charges of harassment and mischief to a vehicle.