Justin Hutchings did the unthinkable. He mocked a dead girl.
“Thank God this b—- is dead,” Hutchings wrote on a memorial page for Amanda Todd, a 15-year-old girl from Coquitlam, B.C., who killed herself last week after posting a haunting video on YouTube detailing the abuse she suffered physically and emotionally and online from cyberbullies.
In an exclusive interview with the Toronto Star, Hutchings said he was curious and wanted to “stir up the pot.”
“It was more or less a social experiment than anything. Just to see if I could put the most blasphemous thing on there,” he said Tuesday.
“I did this because if there was so much caring and so much emphasis on the fact that people actually care now that she’s dead, then how come society didn’t step in when she was alive?”
Hutchings, who worked at a men’s store in London, Ont., was fired after Calgary mother Christine Claveau saw his posting on Todd’s death and contacted his employer.
All this outrage over some chick who offed herself is rather unseemly, I think. Parents simply need to teach their kids inner fortitude, to not give a fuck what someone says online. It’s a rough world out there, full of nasty people; gotta be tough.
Oh, and don’t go sending pics of your boobies to your boyfriends, or anyone else, silly teenage girls. You will later regret it, guaranteed.
Sheesh. People always fuss over missing and dead white girls, more than any other group in society…