Australia Cyber creep harassed cancer victim until her last breath

09:40  13 february  2020
09:40  13 february  2020 Source:   9news.com.au

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A cyber criminal who stalked five young women online has walked free from jail, despite harassing one of his victims until she died of breast cancer.

Jake Engellenner was sentenced to jail in September last year, for stalking and harassing his victims over a destructive three years.

But the South Morang man today had his eight-month prison term overturned and replaced with a two-year community corrections order.

His victims watched on in disgust at Melbourne County Court, telling 9News the justice system had "failed" them.

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a woman taking a selfie: Renee Russell is one of five victims. © Nine Renee Russell is one of five victims.

Mother Dianne Russell said her 24-year-old daughter Renee, who died from cancer in 2018, had been harassed by the man right up until she took her very last breath.

"I'm just really, really disappointed - the system has let us down," Mrs Russell said.

"Through Renee's treatment and chemotherapy, she was still being harassed.

"It just added extra stress onto her - every day, every night with messages coming through."

a woman posing for a picture: Dianne Russell shares her disappointment of the appeal. © Nine Dianne Russell shares her disappointment of the appeal.

Renee Russell had not spoken to Mr Engellenner since primary school, but he started harassing her on Facebook after he saw her working at a supermarket.

Miss Russell soon fell victim to vile and degrading abuse, receiving hundreds of obscene messages from the cyber creep.

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"You're nothing more than a bi--o **** who works at Coles," one message read.

"Sad really, working at a dead-end job for the rest of your life."

Mr Engellenner also targeted three other women, including Miss Russell's friend Belinda Fragale and cousin Maddison Wills.

The man would create fake identities to repeatedly track the victims down.

a woman looking at the camera: Renee is one of five young women targeted. © Supplied Renee is one of five young women targeted.

In court, his mother promised she would monitor her son's online activity once a week to ensure he would not reoffend.

But victim Belinda Fragale said she still lived in fear as the stalker had not stopped contacting her.

"I don't feel safe in the community, knowing he lives not too far from me," she said.

"I'm not getting any justice from it and justice for my friend Renee who passed away … it's just not fair."

Miss Fragale claimed the man continued to send disturbing messages about Miss Russell, even after she died.

"He was saying things about her corpse … saying it's not going to end until he gets what he wants," she said.

"I feel really hard done by."

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