Sunday, November 20, 2016

Milwaukee Police Investigating Alleged Live Streaming Attempted Suicide On Social Media

A Facebook user who posted on a Facebook group account asking for 500 likes, so she could transmit a live streaming of a self-suicide has drawn a Milwaukee police investigation into the matter.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

November 20, 2016

Milwaukee, WI -  On Sunday, a Milwaukee Facebook user got an unexpected visit by the Milwaukee Police Department after posting on a Facebook (FB) account "The Whole Milwaukee (they shut us again) the real page" that if the user would received 500 likes, the FB user would actually kill self on live FB. It didn't take long for FB degenerates, morbid and death thrill seekers to click on the like option. The suicidal user got over 500 likes, but FB users who know the person notified local police of an intend to commit a live suicide and police went to the FB user residence to investigate.
The FB user suicide attempt was cancelled after a photo of an officer at the users residence was posted on FB. It is not clear, if the user was actually attempting to kill self, had medical mental issues, depression or was just seeking some attention as Thanksgiving Day approaches. 
Police at the moment have not issued any statement regarding the FB suicide attempt in the Milwaukee area.

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