In a press conference on Thursday, the latter’s lawyer, Pierre Debuisson, deplored the lack of support from the Minister of National Education.
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A gesture of support. The Minister of Education, Pap Ndiaye, will receive Monday afternoon, June 5, the family of the young Lindsay, 13, who committed suicide in May after being the victim of school bullying.
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Pap Ndiaye had admitted Thursday, on BFM TVthat “Lindsay’s death, her suicide” was “a collective failure”, “a tragedy for his loved ones, for National Education and for the country, as for the suicide of any young person”. He had also ensured to follow “personally” the girl’s suicide file. When questioned, the minister replied that he had not, until then, been able to get in touch with the family of the teenager. In a press conference the same day, the latter’s lawyer, Pierre Debuisson, had deplored the lack of support from the minister.
In this case, three complaints have been filed against the management of the college, the Lille academy and the police in charge of the investigation for “non-assistance to anyone in danger”, detailed the family lawyer on Thursday. A fourth targets the social network Facebook “completely failing” in terms of content moderation and the fight against “hate speech”according to the lawyer, denouncing the continued harassment against Lindsay, in particular on Instagram.
Source: France TV Info