Tags » Nadia Kajouji

Ex-nurse convicted in Carleton student's suicide freed after six months in jail

The former nurse jailed for encouraging a Carleton University student and a British man to kill themselves is out of jail after serving a half-year sentence. 328 more words

Local News

Minnesota man sentenced to 178 days in prison for encouraging Canadian student's suicide

The mother of a Carleton University student who killed herself after receiving encouragement from a Minnesota man over the Internet said she hopes the jail sentence he received Wednesday will send a message to other online predators. 660 more words

News

U.S. judge convicts ex-nurse in Canadian's suicide

MINNEAPOLIS – A former Minnesota nurse who admitted going online and encouraging people to kill themselves was convicted Tuesday of assisting the suicide of an English man and attempting to assist in the suicide of a Canadian woman. 547 more words

News

Conviction in Nadia Kajouji case little comfort to Carleton student's family

Ottawa Citizen
and The Associated Press

The former nurse who admitted trolling suicide forums and encouraging people to kill themselves was convicted Tuesday of assisting the suicide of an English man and attempting to assist the suicide of 18-year-old Carleton University student Nadia Kajouji following a legal battle that spanned more than four years. 667 more words

Local News

U.S. judge convicts Minnesota man of attempting to help 18-year-old Canadian woman commit suicide

MINNEAPOLIS — An ex-nurse who admitted going online and encouraging people to kill themselves was convicted Tuesday assisting the suicide of an English man and attempting to assist on the suicide of a Canadian woman, following a legal battle that has spanned more than four years and led to the reversal of part of a Minnesota state law that outlaws the practice. 350 more words

News

Online Suicides Case Back In Lower Court

FARIBAULT, Minn. (AP) — Minnesota prosecutors argued Friday that an ex-nurse should be convicted of assisting suicide for going online and urging two people to kill themselves, but a defense attorney said there’s no evidence to prove that William Melchert-Dinkel’s Internet chats led directly to their deaths. 506 more words

News

Prosecutors seek new conviction for Minnesota man who aided Carleton student’s suicide

William Melchert-Dinkel returned to court in Faribault, Minnesota, on Friday, more than three years after he was convicted of encouraging two people, including an 18-year-old Carleton University student, to kill themselves and gave them information on how to do it. 248 more words

Local News