The Mila trial, at the source of online hatred

Asked about the incredible violence of their messages, the young woman’s harassers struggle to explain.

But how can a young adult woman, a student, “To implore that the skull of a minor be crushed”? At the helm, Lauren, 21, long hair with red highlights, stammers an inaudible response, and evokes “A tic of language”. “Ah, it’s easier on Twitter!”exclaims the president. Like Enzo, Axel or Alyssa, the English license student has no “Not thoughtful” before sending one of the 100,000 or so hate messages Mila received. This Monday in court, the 18-year-old high school student was finally able to hear what was going on in the minds of her stalkers: “Nothing in particular…”Lauren blurted out.

Aged 18 to 29 and from all over France, the thirteen defendants, most of them without a criminal record, are appearing for harassment online. Some are also dismissed for death threats and threat of crime. All claim to have “nothing done” else “Send a message” on social networks, in mid-November 2020. “It was a joke!”, even dared Manfred,

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