warwagon, on 13 December 2012 - 20:59, said:
I feel worse for the DJ's. They shouldn't have to live with the guilt of causing someone to kill themselves. It was unforeseen that the outcome of the call was going to be death. MOST people don't off themselves when they get pranked on the phone.
I agree that it sucks for the DJs to get that kind of attention, but can you see the pattern here? I think humanity is to blame. It's in our nature. People want this false sense of 'freedom' and everything that happened (prank, mass media attention, reporting, blame, expression) until now falls within those parameters.