A 12 Year Old Live Streamed Her Own Suicide The Other Day – WTF Is Wrong With Our Society? – – The Earth Child
A 12 year old girl killed herself the other day. Her name was Katelyn Nichole Davis and she was from Cedartown, Georgia. Let it be known, I didn’t watch the video. I’ve lost 3 friends to suicide. The closest friend of all was a hanging suicide too. I tried it myself in my teens, and obviously (and thankfully) I didn’t succeed. There’s no way I would watch the video. That video would haunt me. But, some people did. Actually, a lot of people did.
Turns out, Katelyn used the Live.me application to live-stream her suicide, and the 42-minute video details her hanging herself from a tree. For those of you who don’t want to watch the video either, you can read the transcript someone typed up:
“The first half of the video is Katelyn positioning the camera, measuring the rope she attaches to a tree and makes adjustments. During this section, the sun is shining and the ambient neighborhood noises of passing cars, birds and barking dogs can be heard in the background.
She then climbs on top of a bucket and fastens the noose around her neck. At 21:24, after taking several deep breaths and crying, Katelyn says an anguished “Goodbye” before stepping off the bucket. Now hanging by her neck, Katelyn’s arms and legs begin to jerk and kick for a short time.
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