She added: ‘In my opinion, these sites have overtaken online porn as a bigger risk to this age group [13 to 15 year olds].’Omegle, which was set up five years ago in the US, did not comment.Allen Fox, co-founder of Chatrandom, said: ‘We have moderators 24/7 that tirelessly work to shut down and ban anyone who looks or describes themselves as being underage.To enter, users simply have to tick a box saying they are over 18 and they are instantly connected to a random stranger from anywhere in the world.They can change conversation if they wish to chat to a different stranger.The website of Mrs Vanier's company, the Ontario-based Vanier Consulting, says she works on disputes involving indigenous Canadians, and has experience in anti-terrorism and as a "negotiator in complex multi-cultural issues and hostage-taking situations in Canada, the US, Mexico, Bahamas and elsewhere".With her husband Pierre and another partner, she operates a Designated Instant Response Team, or DIRT. Mr Poire said that the Mexican authorities first sniffed out the plot in early September before arresting Mrs Vanier on Nov 6.
The patient’s name has been changed to protect her identity.
He said he believed the operation to bring Saadi to Mexico was legitimate and based on "humanitarian rights".
He said Mrs Vanier had been trying to get travel documents for Saadi.
As the bombs fell in Libya and his father's regime crumbled, Saadi Gaddafi plotted a new life under the name of Daniel Bejar in a villa surrounded by palm trees overlooking the Pacific Ocean at Punta Mita.
The 38-year-old former footballer and playboy, who is probably the second best known of the late dictator's children – after the chosen successor Saif al-Islam – recruited what the Mexicans called a "criminal organisation" to help evade the international travel ban against the Gaddafi clan.