Jordan DeMay Obituary: Exposing A S*xtortion Criminal Gang

The obituary of Jordan DeMay was announced by his family.

His funeral took place on Wednesday, March 30, at the Lake Superior Christian Church, 393 State Highway, Sands Township.

The service included reminiscing and tributes from 2:00 pm until 3:00 pm, followed by visitation until 6:00 pm.

Attendees were urged to dress informally, wearing jerseys or casual attire, in accordance with late Jordan’s style.

A 17-year-old boy, Jordan John DeMay, passed away on Friday, March 25, 2022.

He was born on June 7, 2004, in Ishpeming and was the cherished son of John C. and Jennifer DeMay.

While growing up, Jordan enjoyed visiting his grandparents in White Pine. He spent much time in Marquette.

Jordan participated in baseball, basketball, football, and track throughout his youth as he was passionate about sports.

He excelled in basketball and football, with his mother guiding him in his initial basketball game.

Jordan attended Cherry Creek Elementary and Bothwell Middle School and was a senior at Marquette Senior High School at the time of his passing.

He actively engaged in the football and basketball programs, demonstrating empathy, maturity, and teamwork.

Despite encountering a severe knee injury that kept him out of action for a year, Jordan exhibited outstanding determination by rehabilitating himself and planning for college.

The Sports Medicine rehab team inspired him to pursue a career in athletic training.

Jordan was a dedicated team leader and a role model for his teammates.

He was acknowledged for his competitive spirit and commitment to his sports on the Honourable Mention All-Conference Second Team.

Jordan is survived by a devoted family that includes his mother, Jennifer (Charles) Buta, his sisters Harper DeMay, Vivienne DeMay, Stella Buta, and Addison Buta, all of Marquette, as well as his paternal grandparents, and several other family members.

Jordan’s tragic death emphasizes the risk of the Blackmail scam

The family of Jordan DeMay is speaking out about the distressing rise in scams on social media known as blackmail.

These scams tragically resulted in the death of their son, Jordan DeMay.

He was a talented football player in high school. The tragic incident occurred to him in March 2022.

As per sources, Jordan became a target of an Instagram account that had been hacked, allegedly run by a 22-year-old Nigerian man named Samuel Ogoshi.

Ogoshi utilized the fake profile to manipulate young men into sharing explicit images, a form of coercion known as blackmail.

After Jordan sent Ogoshi a clear photo, Ogoshi reportedly issued a chilling threat, stating, “I can send these n*des to everyone until it goes viral.”

In a desperate attempt to avoid exposure, Jordan asked Ogoshi how much money he wanted.

Ogoshi responded with a demand for immediate payment, stating, “Just pay me rn right now, and I won’t expose you.”

Jordan sent $300, but Ogoshi demanded more, threatening to share the explicit image with Jordan’s loved ones if he didn’t comply.

Tragically, the situation was devastating when Jordan informed Ogoshi of his intentions to take his own life.

In a heartless response, Ogoshi allegedly said, “Good. Do that fast. Or I’ll make you do it. I swear to God.”

On March 25, 2022, 17-year-old DeMay took his own life from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

John DeMay told Fox News this week that Jordan’s death had completely blindsided his family, and urged every family to educate themselves on the dangers of blackmail plots.

The Nigerian men faces charges

Jordan’s death led to an inquiry by the Marquette County Sheriff’s Department and the Federal Bureau of Investigation

The authorities have apprehended three Nigerian men, Samuel Ogoshi, Samson Ogoshi, and Ezekiel Ejehem Robert.

According to the Department of Justice indictment, the authorities have accused the defendants, all residents of Lagos, Nigeria, in a four-count indictment.

They are facing charges for exploiting over 100 young men and teenage boys in the United States.

The charges against them are for planning to harm young people, sharing inappropriate pictures of children, and stalking others on the internet.

Jordan DeMay’s obituary commemorated his short life and untimely demise.

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