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Dostal said he is pleased with the judge's sentence, saying the court "kept the victims in mind." "They did nothing wrong.
They are entitled to share intimate photographs, intimate information.
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They also must stay away from the victims and their families.
The teens are also not allowed to access or store pornography.
A judge sentenced six male teenagers to conditional discharges Wednesday in provincial court in Bridgewater, N.
S., for sharing intimate images of 19 girls without their consent.
Judge Paul Scovil said he was encouraged that the teens, who are from the Bridgewater area and ranged in age from 13 to 16 at the time of the offences, have expressed remorse and accepted responsibility for what they did. But he also quoted the mother of one of the victims, who said the experience has been "complete hell." A conditional discharge means if the teens follow court-imposed conditions for nine months, their convictions will be erased after three years.