Anonymous hackers did not expect that the Canadian justice system do its job in their own way to avenge the suicide of Amanda Todd. A few days after the death of the high school 15 years who said he harassed on the web, the hacker group has revealed the identity of his tormentor. The plight of the resident of Coquitlam, near Vancouver, started three years ago. Then aged 12, she met a man on the internet who asks him to show his chest, webcam on. The man takes the stage in photo and diffuse images on a Facebook page that provides knowledge of the girl. Amanda change schools several times, but always found the man, sending photos to his new classmates. Assaulted one day by a group of girls her age in front of his school, the teenager into depression, drugs, alcohol and tries to commit suicide several times. A exhausted, she published in September on YouTube a video of nine minutes. She tells her nightmare on small pieces of paper. "I have nobody. I need someone. My name is Amanda Todd, "reads the last white card. On October 10, she was found dead at his home. The suicide of the teenager has spread shockwaves in Canada. The video has been seen by millions of people on YouTube. On Twitter, the keyword RIPAmanda has been widely adopted as on Facebook, a group gathers to date nearly 900. 000 people. His death revived in Canada including the debate over "cyber-bullying". The Premier of the Province of British Columbia, Christy Clark, launched the idea to initiate a national debate on whether to make it a crime punishable by law. While two dozen investigators track down the stalker Amanda, the hackers group Anonymous has decided to accelerate the process. Monday night, they showed a video on the internet saying that this "abomination would be punished." Say they know the identity of the man in question, they gave their name, Kody Maxson and his exact address in the Vancouver area. According hacktivists, this 32 year old man would have published videos of Amanda on pedophile sites. According to the CTV television, the applicant has been admitted to Amanda, but said he was his friend and had told police the real culprit. The initiative Anonymous worries the authorities, who fear for the safety of the suspect. "The system is not meant to condemn someone without formal proceedings. It is not supposed to be judge, jury and executioner in a public place, said on CBC Eric Gottardi, a Canadian lawyer. We have a judicial system. It should work and it works. '