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Kelz Sutherland was involved in a sting operation which threatened to expose men who had been tricked into talking about under-age sex.
Edinburgh Sheriff Court heard how he was caught after one victim refused to pay and contacted the police. The court heard how men aged between 32 and 65 from all over Britain had been targeted. While using the chat lines, they were steered into conversations about under-age sex with boys and girls by what appeared to be one person.
Another person would then interrupt, stating they were a chat line monitor and the conversations would have to be reported to police. An offer was then made that the recordings would be wiped if money was paid into certain bank s.
A surveillance operation led the police to Sutherland's home in Bath Street, Edinburgh. There officers found personal details of the men, including their telephone s, home addresses, and places of work on his lap-top computer. There were also details of various bank s. Appearing in court, Sutherland pleaded guilty to nine charges of extortion dating from 1 January to 31 December When Sheriff Deirdre MacNeill QC said she would be deferring sentence to allow for a range of reports, Sutherland shouted that his victims were "paedophiles".
He said: "These men say they are victims, why did they give me the money in the first place? Why is it me that's sitting here and not them? His defence solicitor, Fiona Cooper, said other people had been involved in the scheme and it was a matter of concern to her client that he was the only one being prosecuted. Victims accused. Scottish Courts.Dundee sex chat line
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