p2pnet news | Off Topic:- Nadia Kajouji, 18, studying at Carleton University in Ottawa and who disappeared from her room on March 9, may have killed herself after talking to a suicidal American woman online, say news reports.
Her body was found along the Rideau River on Sunday.
“Police told the family that Ms. Kajouji was seen wandering the halls, threatening to cut herself with razor blades,” says the Globe and Mail, going on that she’d been taking anti-depressants.
Earlier this month, a “suicidal woman” who chatted online with Kajouji urged her to kill herself on the same day she disappeared, her father told a press conference, says MetroNews.
Mohamad Kajouji said police delivered up to 20 pages of online correspondence including a March 9 MSN Messenger exchange between his daughter and the woman who, “encouraged (Nadia) to take her own life,” says the story, going on to quote him as saying:
“She seemed to know a lot about suicide, ropes and guns. She spent the whole day talking to my daughter.”
The girl’s family say they’re angry the university, “didn’t tell them the young woman was depressed and receiving counselling before her disappearance on March 9,” saysa the Globe and Mail, adding:
“But Suzanne Blanchard, associate vice-president of student support services, said that the university would do so only if students consent to have counsellors speak with their parents about health issues. ‘We reviewed all the different protocols. We really feel that the university did everything it could to support Nadia’,” she said.
More than 2,000 people had signed a Facebook group in her memory by late yesterday afternoon. The picture is from there.
“The body found in the river, “has been positively identified as Nadia Kajouji, who was reported missing on March 9, 2008,” says an Ottawa Police statement.
“Preliminary post mortem results indicate that no foul play was involved in her death.”
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