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Suicide of Lucas: follow the press conference of the mother of the schoolboy victim of harassment live


The schoolboy hanged himself at home on January 7. His parents claim that he was the victim of repeated bullying by some camara

Séverine is “sad, drained” but “holds on, for Lucas”, she specified this weekend with Vosges Matin.

It was then his first speech since the suicide of his 13-year-old son, victim of harassment, in early January in Golbey, near Épinal in the Vosges.

Mourning and until then very discreet, she thus came out of silence to affirm that "everything has (was) not done to save (his) son".

And to ensure that she wanted to get involved in the fight against school bullying.

At the same time, the public prosecutor Frédéric Nahon announced that there would be a trial and that four comrades of Lucas could be on the dock.

"During their hearings, the respondents, two girls and two boys aged 13, educated in the same establishment as Lucas, only admitted to having repeatedly made fun of their comrade", detailed the prosecutor.

A complaint against X was also filed for “failure to report mistreatment of minors”.

A rather unusual case.

"Investigations are continuing on this point," said the prosecutor.

This Monday, Séverine is therefore holding a press conference so that "justice is done" to her son but also to call for awareness to fight against harassment and homophobia.

The schoolboy hanged himself at home on January 7 and his parents claim that he was the victim of repeated bullying by some classmates, because of his homosexuality.

An investigation was opened on January 12 by the Epinal prosecution to try to establish a link between these accusations of harassment and the suicide of the child.

Source: leparis

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