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    In light of recent events, all community members in the US should reach out to their representative in regards to the Stop Online Suicide Assistance Forums Act that has been introduced in congress. This bill, if passed, could criminalize this community and hold it liable for simply hosting information.

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Ln42

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Jun 13, 2018
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I think since those bodies were found there today the authorities and charities will be monitoring there more closely for a while. I am not sure I could jump. My stupid survival instinct and fear would come into play. I know someone who went there and the police were doing a random spot check and she was sectioned.
 
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musicislife

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Jun 15, 2018
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I think since those bodies were found there today the authorities and charities will be monitoring there more closely for a while. I am not sure I could jump. My stupid survival instinct and fear would come into play. I know someone who went there and the police were doing a random spot check and she was sectioned.
Did they admit though that they’d gone there to commit suicide ?? Surely it’s not a police state where your arrested just for taking a wander ??
 
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Ln42

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Jun 13, 2018
71
Its a really famous suicide spot. They wouldn't arrest you but they could put you on a section 136 if they were suspicious you may be suicidal to keep you safe until the mental health team can assess you. I do wonder if part of her wanted to get 'saved.'