[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]Iraqi province announces the absence of its records of cases of extortion electronic
The Diyala provincial police command announced on Sunday that its records of e-extortion cases were free for the 100th day in a row.
"The records of the police stations in all districts and districts of Diyala have been denied electronic extortion cases for the 100th day," Diyala police spokesman Colonel Ghaleb al-Attiyah told a news conference.
"The failure to register cases of blackmail comes after the success of a team in Diyala police to dismantle and arrest many extortion networks in 2018 and show it in the media, which put pressure on some psychologically weak and prompted them to stop their criminal activities."
Attiyah said that "six of those involved in blackmail currently behind the bars and all of them young, some of them have certificates of study, but used his skill on the computer in violation of the law and blackmail youths of both sexes to get the money before falling into the hands of justice."