His son was hanged with a kimono belt and was found dead in his room. After a 14-year-old son died in mid-October, a father filed a lawsuit near Rennes to "jeopardize the lives of others" on YouTube and Whatsapp, a youth and national dating site. Complaints raised with the gendarmerie of La Guerche de Bretagne confirmed by the inspection of Rennes.
Kendall, well-inserted in life and full of projects, did not commit suicide according to his family, but he would have been trapped through the "Momo Challenge". WhatsApp This scary game, accessible via instant messaging, threatens participants by instigating risky behavior that can go to death.
"I do not protect young people on YouTube, Whatsapp, or rencontre- ados.com," Rena Gattino told AFP. "I think the state has appropriately addressed the dangers of these sites for young people, "When he falls to you, we do not understand (…) We thought we were quiet in the countryside. But the Internet is everywhere and we can not get it. "Despite his age, he explains that he was able to register at rencontre-ados.com.
"Psychological pressure on the youngest"
Through this step, the family wants to warn the public, above all, to avoid other drama of the same nature. AFP's investigator said on Monday that "investigations and, in particular, technical investigations are actively pursuing to determine the exact circumstances of the death penalty." Immediately after the death, the magistrate said the investigators were able to determine whether the "probable suicide chance for a 15- I was investigating whether or not it was under investigation.
Before returning, the LREM Deputy Secretary of the Hauts-de-Seine Gabriel Attal warned the Home Secretary Gerard Collomb of the following dangers to be directed by the Minister of Education: "Momo challenge".
The MPs pointed to the "youngest" psychological pressure "in jeopardy by forcing them to perform the most dangerous challenge." In 2017, the National Police Agency warned young men of the dangers of a similar game called the "Blue Whale Challenge," which calls for the last stage of suicide to make a 50-day more dangerous challenge.