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I never said that I just stated they need to grow some balls.
Grow some balls and do what? The fucking police are pleading with the public not to do something, and people in Canada have no balls? Fuck off.

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I think the information about those attackers should be publicized immediately!!
No one cared about Rehteah's personal safety or justice for her, the victim. I certainly don't care about their's. I'd like to read the information about them, just like I did her's. Why not? Because of the worry about them? Haha, fuck them, the fucking animals.

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Canada reopens Rehtaeh Parsons rape case following Anonymous involvement
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Canadian local and national police are set to reopen the case of 17-year-old Rehtaeh Parsons, who was driven to suicide after relentless mocking of her rape allegations. It follows claims that hacktivist group Anonymous had identified the alleged rapists.

As RT reported earlier this week, both local school officials and Nova Scotia authorities failed to charge any suspects in the case, which was originally reported by the Parsons family when Rehtaeh was only 15.

Justice Minister Ross Landry had reiterated only a few days ago that police had failed to collect sufficient evidence to lead to a conviction, though her suicide this week generated public criticism, eventually attracting the attention of the online hacktivist group Anonymous. In response, both the local school board and Landry announced that his agency would be launching a review into official actions taken following the rape accusations.

The case received international attention, in part when Anonymous announced that, not only had they discovered the identities of the four alleged teens responsible for the gang rape, but that they would publicly disclose their names and addresses if Canadian authorities failed to charge them.
http://www.ctvnews.ca/canada/rcmp-re...tion-1.1235309
However, RCMP stated that is reopening the investigation “In light of new and credible information that has recently been brought forward to police” and that “this information did not come from an on-line source. The person providing the information is willing to verify who they are, the reason they’re providing it and is willing to work with police as part of the investigation”.


A new statement apparently from anonymous dated 12 April:

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE -- April 12, 2013 - 12PM GMT

Greetings from Anonymous.

Please be aware of the following facts:

1) One of the alleged rapists has made several public statements admitting that he did have sex with Raetaeh on the night in question. He admits she was inebriated at the time, also that she was throwing up during the act.

2) During his confession, he names three other boys and admits that they too took turns having sex with Rahtaeh that night as well. The names match with those we have confirmed during our investigation.

3) The individual making this confession is the same boy identified in the photograph. He has also admitted to being in the photograph and named the accomplice who took the picture.

4) All information, including screenshots of the confession, have been made available to the police.

5) Two boys have been implicated repeatedly whom we believe are innocent based on numerous testimonies given by individuals with first hand knowledge of the surrounding events.

6) There are multiple witnesses who were classmates of the alleged rapists that can confirm they were shown the photograph of Rehtaeh by them.

7) At the very least, there was a house with a minimum of half a dozen underage students consuming alcohol and engaging in sexual intercourse. What happened in this house resulting in the spread of child pornography. This much the police will agree to. No charges have been filed in regards to this.

Why is Anonymous involved in this case? We are involved because the facts above clearly illustrate that several crimes have been committed in Nova Scotia. A 17-year-old girl killed herself because the police failed to do their jobs and charge a single person for any of them.

Is it necessary for Anonymous to be involved in this case? Yes. For a moment lets set aside the theatrics, the masks and the labels. We are group of concerned citizens that have recognized an injustice in the system. We have taken it upon ourselves to point out that injustice to the public and we are asking the police to correct their incompetent handling of this case--a young girl has already died from it.

An image of a 15-year-old girl having sex was viral in Cole Harbour District High School. Neither the school nor the police dispute this. By legal definition that image was child pornography. By some estimates, hundreds of individuals have already seen the photograph, including many adults. The police have seen the photograph. The fact that this evidence was disregarded as inappropriate for any kind of arrest by the police is unconscionable.

What the police are saying to the citizens of Nova Scotia is clear: Having underage students drinking and having sex in your home is not a crime in our community. Photographs of 15-year-old girls having sex is not child pornography, but if it is, the distribution of that child pornography is not a crime. A 15-year-old girl is capable of giving her consent to sex even after she is inebriated to the point that she vomits while hanging out of a window--it is not sexual assault.

We urge the RCMP to act like guardians , set the proper example for the young men of Nova Scotia and send a clear message: This behavior will not be tolerated in our communities. The women and young girls of Nova Scotia should not have to live in fear or be forced to hide evidence of a rape because they will be called whores.

As we have previously warned, the identities of these individuals have already began to circulate online independent of our own actions. We have done our best to keep those names from being released. Two young men are being implicated in a crime we know they did not commit. Is it illegal for us to release their identities and let the world know that they are innocent? What justice will be made available to them once their names are slandered throughout the world and for all time?

It is not for the police to decide the facts presented here do not constitute a crime. That is the responsibility of a jury. A claim of sexual assault has been made. There is photographic evidence of it. There is an admission that child pornography was distributed throughout the community. One of the individuals who should be charged hasn't even disputed these facts. We are asking--no, we are demanding: Let a jury decide. Follow your own procedures and protect the innocent.

We do not seek vigilante justice. If those who we believe are guilty are exonerated in a court of law, Anonymous will disappear from Nova Scotia.

If we decide to release the names a deadline will be declared at least one week in advance.
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They've sent all the information, including a screen grab of someone allegedly confessing to sexually assaulting Parsons, to the RCMP.

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Re: Rehtaeh Parsons, RIP

Thanks for the update, gata

Who in their right mind would have sex with someone who is vomiting

I think I answered my own question. They're not in their right minds.

I think I love Anonymous!

It is so sad for that poor girl and her family My heart goes out to them.

It took her death to have the case reopened

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Hope police gets a solid case now.
rotten world we live in.

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stuff like this is normal in small crazy canuck towns

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Grow some balls and do what? The fucking police are pleading with the public not to do something, and people in Canada have no balls? Fuck off.
I didn't mean the people I meant the judge he could have thrown them in jail that's why I wrote Canada.
I meant no offense.

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Child-porn charges laid against Halifax teens in Rehtaeh Parsons case

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Two men have been charged in connection with the Rehtaeh Parsons case, four months after the Nova Scotia teenager’s family had complained that she killed herself after she was gang-raped and a cellphone photo of the alleged assault was circulated among her school peers.

In a joint press conference Thursday evening, the RCMP and Halifax Police said that an 18-year-old male from Halifax is facing two counts of distribution of child pornography, and a second 18-year-old male is facing charges of making child pornography and distributing child pornography.

RCMP Chief Superintendent Roland Wells said that both men are being released on the promise to appear in court on Aug. 15. The names of the accused are not being released as they were young offenders at the time of the incident, he added.

“We hope that today’s arrests help the entire community to heal. A young girl has died in what is a tragic set of circumstances,” he said. “We all need to reflect on how we as a community can come together in Rehtaeh’s memory and see what we can do to work together to support our youth.”

Halifax Police Chief Jean-Michel Blais said there was insufficient evidence to support sexual assault charges in the case.

“The evidence before us did not support the laying of sexual assault charges in the initial investigation concluded in November 2012. After the investigation in April of this year, investigators again examined whether charges could be laid and determined the available evidence did not meet the threshold of sexual assault charges against the two individuals in this matter,” he said.

For months, the case had divided residents of Cole Harbour and Eastern Passages, two neighbouring suburbs of Halifax. Rehtaeh’s family and friends complained that her plight hadn’t been taken seriously. Supporters of her alleged assailants, whose identities were known through the community, complained that they were unfairly vilified. At one point, posters defending her alleged assailants were nailed on utility poles in their neighbourhood.

Rehtaeh’s family could not be immediately reached for comment after the announcement that charges had been laid. On a memorial web page dedicated to her daughter’s memory, Rehataeh’s mother, Leah, wrote earlier in the day: “All I can say is that it’s about time they were arrested and it’s now their chance to tell `Their side of the story’”.

“They complain that its all one sided go ahead and speak, we are all ears!”

Ms. Parsons was notified of the arrests about 10 minutes after they took place and was given the names of the suspects, she told CBC.

Speaking in Saint John where he was touring the Irving Oil refinery earlier on Thursday, Prime Minister Stephen Harper said he hoped the arrests will provide some comfort to Rehtaeh’s family.

“I just want to say how pleased we are to see that progress is being made,” Mr. Harper said.

Coincidentally, the arrests came a day after the province implemented stricter cyberbullying legislation, which gives victims the ability to sue their tormentors.

The legislation stemmed in part from the public outrage sparked by Rehtaeh’s case.

A 17-year-old girl from Cole Harbour, N.S., Rehtaeh died in hospital in April after a suicide attempt.

Her family says she was raped in November, 2011, when she was 15, by four boys during a party at a friend’s home in the Halifax suburb of Eastern Passage. She was distressed because a cellphone photo of the assault was circulated and the authorities failed to stop the harassment and prosecute the boys, the family alleges.

Her relatives said they were initially told by police that detectives could not prove who had sent the photo and that the Crown didn’t think they could clinch a prosecution.

However, a week after her death unleashed a nationwide uproar, police in Halifax say they had reopened their investigation because someone stepped forward and gave “new and credible information.”

In a Facebook post Wednesday marking the four-month mark since her daughter’s death, Ms. Parsons revealed that she had been raped in similar circumstances when she was 14 and that she had told her daughter about it and cautioned her about situations where there are more boys than girls.

“When Rehtaeh told me what happened to her that November 2011 night, I was immediately transcended right back to my own horror,” she wrote.

She added: “Why me? why my daughter? Not that it should happen to anyone but Why?”

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/...ticle13677161/

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This is great news. Thanks for the update.

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sorry too much reading down the end.. but was she mentally challenged? really cant imagine her going to a party and getting drunk.. I guess thats what happens when people go out of their element.

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