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Posted 12 April 2013 - 16:49
Posted 12 April 2013 - 16:56
Operation Justice For Rehtaeh —- FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Anonymous engaged #OpJustice4Rataeh this morning in response to the suicide of Rehtaeh Parsons. Justice Minister Ross Landy says that it is important for Nova Scotians to have faith in their justice system. Mr. Landy, justice is in your hands.
Anonymous has confirmed the identities of two of the four alleged rapists. We are currently confirming a third and it is only a matter of time before the fourth is identified as well.
Our demands are simple: We want the N.S. RCMP to take immediate legal action against the individuals in question. We encourage you to act fast. If we were able to locate these boys within 2 hours, it will not be long before someone else finds them.
We do not approve of vigilante justice as the media claims. That would mean we approve of violent actions against these rapists at the hands of an unruly mob. What we want is justice. And That’s your job. So do it.
The names of the rapists will be kept until it is apparent you have no intention of providing justice to Retaeh’s family. Please be aware that there are other groups of Anons also attempting to uncover this information and they may not to wish to wait at all. Better act fast.
Be aware that we will be organizing large demonstrations outside of your headquarters. The rapists will be held accountable for their actions. You will be held accountable for your failure to act.
That is all
In a statement released Friday, Anonymous says it has seen "several public statements" from one of the alleged rapists admitting that he had sex with Parsons while she was intoxicated and that she threw up during the assault.
Posted 12 April 2013 - 17:04
Bullying can be a crime, PM says as Halifax vigil honours Rehtaeh Parsons
Stephen Harper is speaking out on the tragic death of a Nova Scotia teenager, saying bullying is more than kids acting up – in some cases it is criminal activity.
The Prime Minister lauded the Nova Scotia government for considering reopening the case surrounding the attempted suicide and death of 17-year-old Rehtaeh Parsons.
“I think we’ve got to stop using just the term bullying to describe some of these things,” Mr. Harper said Thursday. “Bullying to me has a kind of connotation of kids misbehaving. What we are dealing with in some of these circumstances is simply criminal activity. It is youth criminal activity. It is sexual criminal activity. And it is often Internet criminal activity.”
Posted 14 April 2013 - 21:58
I agree and it makes me wonder where her parents were this whole time.