Charges against two Florida girls accused of cyberbullying Rebecca Sedwick to suicide will be dropped
So these two girls bully their classmate to death… they are arrested and charged for the crime… and then the sheriff’s department decides that because the girls seem sorry and they said they’d ‘never, ever do it again,’ they get to go free… but Rebecca Sedwick’s parents have to live the rest of their life without their daughter. I would like to say that these bullies now have to live with that, but something tells me they don’t care and in a few years will have entirely forgotten the life they took…
Use PC Pandora monitoring software to find out if your child is a cyberbully… before they contribute to the loss of life of a classmate…
Charges against two Florida girls accused of cyberbullying Rebecca Sedwick to suicide will be dropped: sheriff
Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd confirmed Wednesday evening that two of Rebecca Sedwick’s accused cyberbullies, now aged 13 and 14, will have their charges of aggravated stalking dropped. Sedwick committed suicide at the age of 12 in September.
By Nina Golgowski, New York Daily News
Polk County Sheriff’s Office — Rebecca Ann Sedwick, 12, committed suicide by jumping from a concrete factory in September.
Charges against two Florida girls accused of bullying a 12-year-old former classmate to her eventual suicide will be dropped, local authorities announced Wednesday.
Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd confirmed Wednesday evening that two of Rebecca Sedwick’s accused cyberbullies, 14-year-old Guadalupe Shaw and a 13-year-old girl, will have their charges of aggravated stalking dropped….
“Our goal was to create an intervention. Our goal was to bring this conflict to the proper authorities to make sure it was dealt with. And it was dealt with,” said Judd.
The two girls are receiving counseling he said, so that they will “never bully anyone again, never torment again.” [READ FULL STORY]