The documentary focused on the unseen side of Creep Catcher members and operations, including the criminal pasts of some members and questioning the possible financial gains of the various "chapters" .The documentary also featured an interview with Edmonton Police Service ICE Detective Dave Dubnick, who tells the story of how a Creep Catchers group in Lloydminster, Alberta, interfered with an ongoing investigation of a child predator, leading to the man escaping surveillance and, months later, being arrested in Manitoba for molesting a toddler and a baby.Public and official reactions to groups of Creep Catchers have been mixed, with some supporting the intent of preventing abuse and others noting dangers of vigilanteism by untrained public.In 2017, produced Age of Consent, a full-length documentary film following Justin Payne, the first to engage in these public actions and covering the ensuing Creep Catchers movement.
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Creep Catchers are non-affiliated groups of individuals who attempt to prevent child sexual abuse by posing as minors, using chat rooms and dating sites to lure adults willing to meet the minor for sex, and then exposing the adult by publicly posting videos of the incident.
Johnston lawyer Brock Martland asked earlier to have the lawyers appointed if an in-camera session is necessary on the informer issue.
Details about the informer and the information he or she provided, related to a key Crown witness known only as Person X, were laid out at a secret hearing before the Surrey Six trial began on Sept. Even defence lawyers for the accused were not allowed into the hearing, at which their clients’ interests were represented by “amici” – or friends of the court – Toronto lawyers Anil Kapoor and Lindsay Trevelyn.