Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Woman from North Carolina Says She Was Duped into Video Confession

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Woman from North Carolina Says She Was Duped into Video Confession

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U.S. woman says she was duped into video confession

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SASKATOON - A woman from North Carolina has come forward as the person who recorded a video where she unwittingly confessed to sending packages of white powder around Saskatoon.

Samantha Field tells CTV News she created a video in March for a customer on Fiverr, a website for freelancers to sell different creative services, such as video production.

Field says the customer requested she read an excerpt from the customer's new book.

The excerpt detailed how Field's character and an accomplice orchestrated the delivery of suspicious packages in Saskatoon.

The customer said the video would be played at a book launch, but it was instead sent to local media, along with emails proclaiming the innocence of Alexa Emerson, the woman already charged in the suspicious package deliveries. …

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