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Levin created the profile Band B--named for Ben and Barbara (he used his wife's name without her knowledge)--and peppered his bio with dashes of truth: he was an academic who lived in Canada, he was in his late 50s, he was married with three grown daughters. He said [online] that he and his wife [ a "Community health Worker"] liked to have sex with children together and claimed they were both interested in chatting with other parents of daughters.Over the next two years, he acquired 144 contacts on the site, many of whom indicated sexual interest in kids, and 29 subscribers who would be automatically updated every time he posted images or stories.

Cops use a code name for the site both to discourage people from visiting it and so existing users don't know the police are patrolling it.

More than 5,000 people viewed his profile, and 44 people favourited his posts.

He was active on several other sites as well, though they weren't part of the ensuing police investigation.

I let visitors know that the chat is anonymous and they do not have to share anything with me they do not want to.

I ask if they are safe and if they have any privacy or safety concerns. Sometimes, visitors share what is on their mind right away, while others take longer to open up. RAINN was one of the first victim-support organizations to launch an online hotline back in 2007.

Cops use a code name for the site both to discourage people from visiting it and so existing users don't know the police are patrolling it.

More than 5,000 people viewed his profile, and 44 people favourited his posts.

He was active on several other sites as well, though they weren't part of the ensuing police investigation.

I let visitors know that the chat is anonymous and they do not have to share anything with me they do not want to.

I ask if they are safe and if they have any privacy or safety concerns. Sometimes, visitors share what is on their mind right away, while others take longer to open up. RAINN was one of the first victim-support organizations to launch an online hotline back in 2007.

As someone who attended all the Finch courthouse dates, I can say that one of the best moments was when Levin kept sinking into his chair while the utterly disgusting details of his depravity were read out and addressed.