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Online Talk, Suicides and a Thorny Court Case

Date: May 13, 2010
Author: Monica Davey
QUOTE: The case, chilling and ghoulish, raises thorny issues in the Internet age, both legal and otherwise. For instance, many states have laws barring assisting suicide, but rarely have cases involved people not in the same room (much less the same country) or the sharing of only words (not guns or pills).

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Sometimes people are pressured to die without wanting to

Michael Jackson was put under extreme stress by those who wanting him to risk dying, from too many pills.

I was systematically prevented from getting my landlord to the hospital the 7th time he needed emergency help.  After my key was missing and I yelled I'm going to call the police if you don't open the door a conspirator urged me to try to get a new key from his new girl friend but after he kept yaking on my phone I rushed to the payphone to call 9-11 but when the ambulance didn't come I called again and was told by the same 9-11 dispatcher  that another call came first indicating not an emergency and that call took precedence.

The police were only interested in an autopsy which wouldn’t have shown delay in getting help.

For more details see the following.  If someone has contact with Michel Jackson’s sister La Toya, I hopt they forward this too her,
Please see,
www.kendallharmon.net/t19/index.php/t19/article/30050/#comments

-- Richard Kane on May 15, 2010 04:29 AM (view details)

 
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