A Canadian couple live streamed on Facebook themselves snatching up a 28 year old child predator who came to their house trying to F–k their 13 year old underage daughter. The couple zip tied him and put it on the internet.
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Nine News has the full story:
A Canadian couple have zip-tied and filmed a 28-year-old man they claim was trying to prey on their 13-year-old daughter. Video livestreamed to Facebook on Thursday by the mother of the Vancouver Island teen shows a man lying face down on the floor with his arms and legs zip-tied behind him, CTV News reports. “He come to my house to meet my 13-year-old f—ing daughter to f— her. He wanted to be her first,” she can be heard saying.
“We f—ing tackled him, and Zap-strapped him and called the police.” The mother can then be heard tearfully protesting local police’s alleged failure to respond to their request to protect her daughter. “Why wouldn’t the police come and help me catch the predator that just came to my f—ing house,” she says. “I’m so glad that I got my daughter’s phone and saw a message that she didn’t.”
Royal Canadian Mounted Police Corporal officers attended the scene and took the man to hospital. He currently faces no charges, however the parents could be charged with assault causing bodily harm and forcible confinement for their actions. The mother has told CTV she requested police intervention six weeks ago after she learned the man was sending her daughter explicit messages via Instagram.
She said she was advised to simply block the man and move on. The mother said this compelled her to plot the man’s capture, luring him to her home where she and the girl’s stepfather proceeded to restrain and interrogate him. The mother told CTV she requested police be present but said they refused to assist.
RCMP Corporal Amelia Hayden said police opened a child luring investigation last month but warned the woman against vigilante actions. “It hasn’t resolved one issue. It’s caused another, and put people in danger,” she told CCTV, indicating the action could have potentially compromised their ongoing investigation.