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Old 13-07-2013, 13:42
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I genuinely don't think the prank was the cause of the poor woman's suicide. Sounds like something else might have tipped her over the edge, at some other point. I don't think the DJs should be held responsible for so much as that. All the same, they were part of a chain of events that culminated in this event and entered into it willingly, if unknowingly. They thought it hilarious at the time. Therefore, they should learn from it, suck it up, move on and not try to deflect responsibility for their part in the chain of events. Pranks can and do humiliate and even hurt some people. Some take them well; some don't. It also depends on the nature and goal of the prank. This went horribly wrong and it won't be the first or last time.
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