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- Brian Way has put forward an application for a stay of conviction, claiming he was harassed and humiliated by guards at a Toronto detention centre.
( Marianne Boucher, 600News, Ca, June 8, 2016 )
- Follow up
- Man convicted in child porn case alleges abuse
- Brian Way made the allegations at a recent sentencing hearing in Toronto, where he testified about being made to strip and "pirouette like a ballet dancer," left naked in a cell, punched in the face by a guard and "sexually assaulted" by a court officer.
(Diana Mehta, The Canadian Press , Ca, June 21, 2016 )
- Sentence for convicted child pornographer reduced due to jail abuse
- A man (Brian Way) found guilty of making and distributing child pornography had his sentence reduced by six months due to abuse he suffered while in jail.
(News Staff - City News, Ca, Aug.8, 2016)
- The United States Postal Inspection Service represented by US Postal Inspector Wylie Christopher is now using the AZOV customer database to compile targets for a sting operation, sending e-mails to invite targets to download child pornography on a USPIS-controlled undercover website similar to their Operation Insider with the Insider Video Club/Award Films International costumer database. These new defendants are listed under the new sub-heading Phase Two Defendants on the Boywiki Azov Films Prosecutions page. (April 9, 2016)
- Starting in 2012, some US customers of Azov Films have been arrested and charged with receipt and possession of child pornography: some of the nude visual material has been construed as illegal by US Law Enforcement Officers ("LEO's"), including agents of the United States Postal Inspection Service.
- News article related to Azov Films. (Bernie Najarian, February 24, 2014)
- News article related to Azov Films. (Bernie Najarian, February 14, 2014)
- News article related to Azov Films. (Bernie Najarian, January 3, 2014)
- News article related to Azov Films. (Bernie Najarian, December 13, 2013)
- German politician embroiled in controversy related to Azov Films.
- Brian Way whose Queensway video business (Azov Films), where a 2011 police raid garnered 187,000 images and 8,000 videos, had international impact was convicted on 15/17 charges. (Robert Cribb - Toronto Star, Ca, May 12 2015)
- A 67-year-old woman has been extradited from the U.S. to face charges in Toronto for her alleged role in a multimillion-dollar child porn operation run by her son, Brian Way of Azov Films. ( Chris Doucette, Toronto Sun, Ca, September 24, 2015 )