Those who are jumping on the bandwagon and directing their fury at a couple of giggly radio hosts over the tragic but unforeseeable death of a troubled British nurse should ask themselves a couple of questions.
The first is whether their rage is in any way approximate to the actions of this pair, who if they had any idea of the consequences of their light-hearted joke would surely never have gone down that path.
The second is whether the extent of this rage – more than 21,000 emails, many of them hateful and even violent, have now been sent to their radio station – is so over the top that it could even help generate the same kind of psychological pressure which saw this poor nurse take her own life.
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