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Video: 'Anonymous' Names Online Harasser Who Drove Teen Amanda Todd to Suicide

| by Michael Allen

The hacktivist group 'Anonymous' has named a man that it claims posted topless pictures of 15-year-old Amanda Todd online, which led to harassment of the teen and ultimately drove her to suicide on October 10.

Todd uploaded a video (below) to YouTube that detailed being bullied online, just weeks before her suicide, reports the Daily Mail.

Now, friends of Todd's are threatening the man on Facebook and warning him to "sleep with one eye open."

In a video (below) posted to YouTube, an Anonymous member, wearing a Guy Fawkes mask, lists personal information about the alleged harasser, including his date of birth and address.

The Anonymous member says: "[He] is an abomination to our society and will be punished."

According to reports, the man asked Todd to flash him on a web camera. She did and he recorded the image of her breasts.

In Todd's video, she details via note cards how the man tracked her down and demanded she put on an X-rated performance or he would expose her.

When she refused, he created a Facebook page with a list of her friends and used her naked chest as the profile photo. That led to more online harassment and Todd sank into depression. She started drinking and eventually killed herself, reports the Vancouver Sun.

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