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There Online Suicide in Japan

Suicide while recording and distributing it on the internet the more worrying in Japan. Now there are recent cases that make the Japanese government and society more worried. Suicide 'online'.

Police found the body of a 24-year-old man, whose name was withheld, in her apartment in the city of Sendai, northern Japan on Tuesday (9 / 11) then. Police went to his apartment after a number of residents make a report.

As reported by the daily Yomiuri Shimbun on Thursday (11/11), several neighbors called and said that he was desperate to try to hang himself and eventually died.

"At 3:45 o'clock morning he tried to hang himself. But the effort failed because her apartment ceiling collapsed and he fell," said a policeman.

There wits' end, the man then headed to another part of her apartment. He hung the rope, climbed onto the bench and then linking his neck in the rope. And he also lost his life.

All the horrible scene recorded with the perpetrators clearly in the camera. Actors that are deliberately put his camera in a recorded condition and connected to the Internet network. He did it all by himself.

Videos male suicide can be seen in 'live' on site UStream. However, the site manager to remove the recording suicide after receiving protests from some users.

On the YouTube site also had circulated the tape. But deleted shortly after uploaded.

Sankei Shimbun newspaper reports that he was no longer working since August 2010 due to be fired from work in a bank. The man was then experiencing economic difficulties and had expressed his intention to commit suicide through a community on UStream site.


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