I (like many other people around the world) am writing about beautiful Amanda Todd's suicide due to the various forms of bullying.
I find it appalling, disgusting, and truly sad that anonymous, cowardly bullying continues even after her death.
Sometimes words and/or photographs can hurt more than physical and/or sexual assaults. Most often, the body will physically, given enough time, heal itself. But cruel, mean, spiteful, degrading, shameful, heartless words permeate the mind and remain there, like in Amanda's case, for an infinite period of time.
I believe the bullies, in life, murdered Amanda, and in death, murdered her memory.
Ultimately, in Amanda's case, the pen is mightier than the sword.
I am imploring the bullies to let Amanda rest in peace.
Linda Meyer, Maple Ridge