Criminals who use the Internet to find their victims employ a number of tactics to maintain their anonymity, which is how Britain's most sadistic sex offender went nearly a decade without being apprehended. Who is Matthew Falder? On the surface he was a bright young man who’d earned a PhD in geophysics before the age of 30. He was well liked among his colleagues, and even had a girlfriend. But that was all a mask of normalcy meant to hide his obsession with committing vicious acts of mental terror on anyone he could catch in his trap.
These facts about Matthew Falder's crimes are disgusting. He was based out of Birmingham, England, but his crimes stretch to many corners of the world. They bring to mind sadistic rapists and serial killers of past decades, but the twist is that he never met any of his victims. Matthew Falder preyed on innocent young people through the internet and spent years blackmailing them into doing horrible things until he was caught in 2017. Falder may now be behind bars, but his victims, many of them teenage girls, have lasting mental scars.
Matthew Falder Encouraged The Sexual Assault Of A 2-Year-Old
He Preyed On His Victims By Adopting Various Online Personas
He Said He Had A Daughter That He Planned To Torture—And It Was What Brought Him Down
He Set Up Cameras In Bathrooms When He Was A Student At Cambridge
Three Of His Victims Attempted Suicide
Falder Used The Photos As Dark Web Currency