“There are those who do not want to understand,” said Mila sorry, Tuesday, on the sidelines of the trial of the 13 defendants prosecuted for having cyber-harassed.
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“So apparently there are some who don’t want to understand and I find that sad, that’s all”, launched Mila Tuesday, June 22, on the sidelines of the trial of the 13 defendants prosecuted for having cyber-harassed. On leaving court, the 18-year-old woman wanted to share a new message of insults, interspersed with threats of rape, which she says she received during the trial. “Do not worry, you will hear from me. (…) You will hurt, you will become my scavenger”Mila reads in front of reporters, reporting what the author of the message said.
The prosecution requested, Tuesday, sentences of up to six months suspended prison against twelve of the thirteen defendants aged 18 to 30 years, tried for having participated in the cyberbullying of the teenager, after his controversial video criticizing the Koran and Islam in January 2020. The representative of the prosecution, however, requested the release of a thirteenth defendant, for the benefit of the doubt. The defendants for the most part admitted to being the authors of a message, but denied having known that they were participating in a “raid” digital.
The hearing, one of the first devoted to the new offense of online harassment, “must raise awareness, for defendants and beyond: there is no anonymity on the internet”, again noted the representative of the prosecution. The deliberation will be delivered on July 7.