B.C. teen's suicide could lead to cri...

B.C. teen's suicide could lead to criminal charges

There are 2 comments on the CBC News story from Oct 13, 2012, titled B.C. teen's suicide could lead to criminal charges. In it, CBC News reports that:

B.C. Mounties say criminal charges could result from an investigation into the death of a 15-year-old girl who took her own life after experiencing relentless bullying.

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Angry Dad

Hope, Canada

#1 Oct 13, 2012

At this age they are old enough to drive,old enough to legally keep a child should they "accidentally"(carel essly)end up pregnant and in my humble opinion, old enough to face the stiffest penalties we can hand out in ADULT court!

Sadly, they are too young to understand the pain and grief they caused by their actions.

I hope the kids who bullied this poor little girl feel first hand what it's like to lose a child to something like this.

Only then will they truly understand...

Powell River, Canada

#2 Oct 16, 2012
Interesting how dozens of "supportive" friends magicly appeared after this young lady is dead.

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