By | October 31, 2007 7 Comments

“Cybersharks,” on Canadian TV, includes a Lovefraud story

W-FIVE, the top Canadian investigative TV journalism show, will include the story of Liz Cole, a Lovefraud reader, in its Cybersharks episode airing Saturday, November 3 at 7 p.m.

The program reveals the real dangers of online dating. In this episode, W-FIVE’s Victor Malarek uncovers cases where women who met potential suitors through online dating services were later conned for thousands of dollars, and in some cases, forced to endure extensive physical and mental abuse. W-FIVE cameras are rolling as Malarek tracks down one known criminal and online predator.

The show will air on Saturday, November 3 at 7 p.m. (EDT) on CTV network in Canada and will be repeated on Sunday, November 4 at 5 p.m. To check local broadcast times, visit

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How do i refer this site to a friend? thank you!!


Dear Ms. Anderson,

Thank you so much for nailing James Montgomery, he’s still using [email protected]. He’s also still listed in a Special Forces membership site. He took me for $10,000 when I could not afford it, and he took a woman by the name of Nancy or Ann Silver for about $70,000. We both lived in Florida.

Because of Montgomery selling me a car that was not his, I almost was arrested for car theft. He kept putting me off saying the “title is in the mail”…until an attorney for a woman who owned the car contacted me and let me know it was not his to sell. I really hate this guy.

Do you know if there are any warrants out on Montgomery at this time? I later became a bail bond agent and have many contacts. I won’t be really happy until he is in jail.

Again, thank you so much, this is the best news I’ve had in a long, long time.

Ox Drover

Is there a print version of this article/story…I apparently never saw this one and it sounds interesting.

Wishing Liz well in her recovery.

Ox Drover

I just finished an interview with Canadian film maker Jeremy Torrie for a one hour (42 minute) program he is doing on psychopaths. It is due to be completed and air shortly after January 1, 2013.

Jeremy is a professional film maker for 20+ years and also has had experience with a psychopath. He has studied psychopathy and also interviewed Dr. Robert Hare among others for this show. I felt very privileged to be included in this film. Jeremy and his professional crew drove all the way from Canada (a 2 day drive) just to interview me. I won’t probably have more than 2-3 minutes in the film but I am still glad to be included at all.

Jeremy spent about 10 hours interviewing me and listening to my story, and looking at documents I had that backed up my story, including the police report outlining the murder my son Patrick committed when he killed Jessica Witt, a 17 year old girl, in January, 1992. I will have a copy of this film to give to the Texas parole board when Patrick comes up for parole next year.

Jeremy also has plans in the works for a “feature length” film on this same subject, since he doesn’t think he can adequately tell the story in one short film. I hope he has great success. I was very well pleased with his professionalism. Having worked in independent film making in my youth, I am somewhat familiar with film production and I saw nothing but professionalism in this man’s interview and filming. I am anxious to see the result and I hope it is as good as I think it will be from how he interviewed me.



Good for you! I hope I am able to see it.

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