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Canadian teen commits suicide after alleged rape, bullying

Discussion in 'News and Current Events' started by System, Apr 10, 2013.

  1. Anonymous Member

    I'm not familiar with Nova Scotia but Google Maps suggests that it is close to Halifax, across the harbor.

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    The marker is located at the address of the school (Cole Harbour District High School).
  2. Anonymous Member

    What do you mean?
  3. Anonymous Member

    [IMG]
  4. Anonymous Member

    He means "I'm a fuckwit". See, it says it right there.
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  5. slobeck Member

    you can try to troll me if you like, but actually anonymous has gone from some pretty major operations with serious global implications to these little doxing operations with tiny local scope affecting almost no one. Yeah, it's sort of lost its edge. Or at least this arm of it has. Rather than calling me a fuckwit, why not argue the point on its merits, or can you not do that? And further, can you not have that conversation without hiding behind anonymity? I didn't think so.
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  6. ITT: butthurt cops
  7. Anonymous Member


    Thanks, don't mind if I do.





    Way to belittle the seriousness of the issue, Mr Pro-rape Rapeypants.



    Were you christened 'slobeck'? Is that the name on your bank account? On your passport?
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  8. Anonymous Member

    Different Anon here.
    I disagree as there seem to be many reported operations with global implications recently. I won't list them here, but one can easily search to news to see their presence. For me, operations that shine a light on possible injustice. a flawed system and the death of a rape victim are local operations which are compelling.

    IMHO, global operations or individual based operations that seek exposure or justice are important. One could argue that none of them are. I'm not in that camp.
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  9. System Member

    please dont start some pointless internet argument this is not the thread to do so
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  10. RightOn Member

    horrible story.
    man people can be so cruel
  11. System Member

    thats the sad part about this world
  12. Random guy Member

    Slobeck, you are an old hand at this, you of all should know Anonymous is a method, not an organization. Someone local over in Canadaland is taking up the anon method to deal with a local problem and it is reported here. You can see that as a step forward or as a step backward. I personally fail to see a problem here.
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  13. RightOn Member

    that and greed
  14. PresidentShaw Member

    Anonymous has not gone from anything to anything, if you still think it's a group with a clear goal to save the world from corruption, you sir, are a moron.
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  15. Scugog Member

    HUH? While your head is up there, maybe you should be checking for polyps......

    Should this have been a secluded instance of rape/bullying/cyber bullying/suicide then maybe, just maybe, your comment would hold merit - however as we continue to see increasingly more instances of this (and do not fool yourself, there have been several that have been splashed throughout the media, but that certainly does not capture them all), all without those responsible being held to account for their actions, then such an "operation" as this, certainly IS major.
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  16. Anonymous Member

    Small scope is important too. And it matters to those concerned. A lot.
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    Police and officials in Nova Scotia said the group's message prompted worry about reprisals against the boys, who are still minors.

    "Leah [Parsons] said she didn't want harm to come to the other young people, that her daughter would not have wanted that," Nova Scotia Attorney General and Minister of Justice Ross Landry told the National Post.

    "We don't want another child taking their life because some vigilante group thinks it's OK," he said.


    Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/world/anonymous-threatens-unmask-boys-accused-raping-canadian-girl-article-1.1313547#ixzz2QD2Cz4iz
  18. System Member

    great news everyone (in Professor Farnsworth voice) family met with authorities who they say will take fresh look at case
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  19. System Member

    More good news everyone :D Nova Scotia's justice minister appointed four government departments to look into Parsons' case.
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  20. fishypants Moderator

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  21. Paroxetine Samurai Moderator

    Apparently, this isn't an isolated incident:

    http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-201_162-57579243/3-teens-arrested-for-assault-after-girls-suicide/
    (^^^ For those who love reading URLs. Put the link in the red text below because I can)

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  22. System Member

  23. Paroxetine Samurai Moderator

    I seen it on my local CBS affiliate before I came to this shit hole I call "work". Thought for a moment that it was about the Canadian incident but accidentally became California. That is why I went to CBS News to verify the story and thus found out it was a different incident.
  24. System Member

    i found it here: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/04/12/audrie-pott-sexual-battery-arrest_n_3068089.html
    i just started using huffington more so then CNN lately.
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  25. Anonymous Member

    Anonymous to the Rescue in Canada Rape Case

    by Winston Ross Apr 12, 2013 4:45 AM EDT
    After Rehtaeh Parsons was raped and cyberbullied, police dropped the case. Then she killed herself. Now Anonymous is demanding justice. Winston Ross talks to the hacker in chief.

    /Snip/

    Moar: http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2013/04/12/anonymous-to-the-rescue-in-canada-rape-case.html
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  26. Anonymous Member

    Anonymous@YourAnonNews 2h
    Today's #OpJustice4Rehtaeh Press Release: http://pastebin.com/a8GtD7eg The theme for today is #doyourjob @RCMPNS!
    (A bit from above pastebin and no, no one was doxed)

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE -- April 12, 2013 - 12PM GMT

    Greetings from Anonymous.

    Please be aware of the following facts:

    1) One of the alleged rapists has made several public statements admitting that he did have sex with Raetaeh on the night in question. He admits she was inebriated at the time, also that she was throwing up during the act.

    2) During his confession, he names three other boys and admits that they too took turns having sex with Rahtaeh that night as well. The names match with those we have confirmed during our investigation.

    3) The individual making this confession is the same boy identified in the photograph. He has also admitted to being in the photograph and named the accomplice who took the picture.

    4) All information, including screenshots of the confession, have been made available to the police.

    5) Two boys have been implicated repeatedly whom we believe are innocent based on numerous testimonies given by individuals with first hand knowledge of the surrounding events.

    6) There are multiple witnesses who were classmates of the alleged rapists that can confirm they were shown the photograph of Rehtaeh by them.
  27. System Member

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  28. System Member

    i found this lolz

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  29. System Member

    front page of huffington (and yes thats Bleach in one of the tabs :) )

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  30. Anonymous Member

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  32. Anonymous Member

    Oh dear.
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  33. Anonymous Member

    I can think of one reason that the RCMP have to drop the child porn investigation because they have to arrest most of the students of the school for transmitting it. I'd say, so be it.
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  34. Paroxetine Samurai Moderator

    Tisk tisk. Using IE when Firefox, Chrome...

    Hell ANY browser is better than IE.

    Good find, none the less.
  35. Anonymous Member

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  37. Kilia Member

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  38. Anonymous Member

    Observe how something that should be socially accepted as perfectly normal - cops working for the benefit of regular people who pay for them i.e. you and me and the rape victim's family in this case - has become such an anomaly that a growing mainstream media circus doesn't even know which way to react to anonymous' intervention and the cop/school/local authority symbiotic criminal negligence.

    Look at the slideshow of pics here. Look at what happens when you remind people of how it should work. That's how to hack humans.

    http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2013/04/12/rehtaeh-parsons-rcmp-anonymous-twitter_n_3072121.html

    As much fun as Project Chanology or your money back.
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  39. System Member

    school computer mate cause my OS on my laptop crashed i HATE IE i always use Chrome
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  40. Anonymous Member

    What you say is true. When did public service jobs become a cush easy chair you don't have to work from? Video and emails, social media posts are available and the authorities claim there's "insufficient evidence?" What do they need, a slap upside the head with a bit of adolescent dong?

    After all this is sorted out, in an ideal world these lackworths would be looking for new jobs. As it is, they'll all probably ride it out until their pensions kick in.

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