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The FBI said Harris, of suburban Blue Ash, Ohio, used Facebook and other social media to communicate with more than a dozen young women and underage girls seeking nude photos or meeting to have sex.
Three federal cyberstalking cases that surfaced within a few days of each other in the Cincinnati area have underscored widening challenges in protecting susceptible youths from wily predators. The FBI said Kurtz, of suburban Clearcreek Township, used Skype, Instagram and other means to coerce teen girls in five states into exposing themselves to him online, including one whom he persuaded to mutilate herself and act as his "slave.
Authorities said that Jackson contacted a year-old girl on Facebook in February and arranged to have her brought to his Norwood apartment by taxi several times for sex, while he was on electronic monitoring because of an abduction case. The FBI said by March, he was keeping her in his apartment, restricting her movements, and eventually impregnated her.
The three men charged all were linked to multiple girls or young women they are accused of pressuring into providing sexually explicit images and threatening with vengeful acts. A survey Pew Research Center study found that more than half of women ages said they suffered some kind of online harassment, like being called offensive names, while a quarter reported they had been stalked online. Stephen Smith said younger girls can be particularly vulnerable to older online predators.
He said predators even share tips and methods with each other online. Smith said parents are often naive about the threats and face a daunting task because of the constant emergence of newer digital communication methods, such as Snapchat, Kik and online dating applications — there are even apps to hide apps, he said. The FBI said he also threatened her and other girls with sharing their nude photos online, and made such claims for sympathy such as saying he had cancer or lived in foster care.
Jackson was arrested this month in Salt Lake City, Utah, and faces multiple federal and state charges. No attorney was listed for him in federal court records. The FBI said Harris would sometimes use insults to pressure females to send him nude photos, and later would threaten to post them online or tell their parents or police. After his case became public, the FBI set up a telephone hotline for tips about other possible alleged victims.
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