Amanda Todd's mom reflects on long struggle to bring daughter's tormentor to justice

WARNING: This article contains details of sexual extortion and may affect those who have experienced it or know someone affected by it.

After a long and complicated nine-week trial, Carol Todd’s long wait for justice for her daughter, Amanda, is over.

Dutch national Aydin Coban was convicted of extortion, child luring, criminal harassment and two counts of child pornography against Amanda Todd on Saturday, Aug 6.

Todd spoke to the CBC’s Gloria Macarenko on The Early Edition on Monday.

The following transcript has been edited for clarity and length.

Well, a six-week trial. Years and years of living with this story. How are you feeling? How are you feeling today?

Well, it was actually a nine-week trial.

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