Tyler Clementi

Rutgers Trial: Tyler Clementi's Mom Calls Dharun Ravi 'Arrogant and Mean-Spirited'

Mon, 21 May 2012 06:08:28 -0700 The Former Rutgers Student Faces Up To 10 Years in Prison and Deportation to India http://news.yahoo.com/rutgers-trial-tyler-clementis-mom-calls-dharun-ravi-130828753–abc-news-topstories.html

Tyler Clementi's Brother: Rooming with Dharun, Tyler's 'Fate Was Sealed'

Mon, 21 May 2012 08:10:59 -0700 "From the moment a random computer decided Dharun and my brother would live together, my brother's fate was sealed," Tyler Clemnti's brother James told a New Jersey courtroom Monday at the sentencing hearing for Dharun Ravi. Joseph Clementi and his parents are addressing Ravi, the former Rutgers University student convicted of a hate crime for the secret filming his roommate, Clementi, and … http://news.yahoo.com/tyler-clementis-brother-rooming-dharun-tylers-fate-sealed-151059493.html

Tyler Clementi case: Is Dharun Ravi's jail sentence too lenient?

Mon, 21 May 2012 08:47:00 -0700 After being convicted of a "bias crime" for spying on his gay roommate Clementi, who committed suicide in 2010, Ravi is sentenced to only 30 days in prison http://news.yahoo.com/tyler-clementi-case-dharun-ravis-jail-sentence-too-154700218.html

Tyler Clementi And Dharun Ravi's Parents Prepare For Sentencing

UPDATE: Dharun Ravi has been sentenced. Click here for an update. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/05/20/tyler-clementi-dharun-ravi-sentencing_n_1531310.html

BREAKING: Tyler Clementi's Father, M.B. Deliver Emotional …

Tyler Clementi's father Joe has just delivered an emotional statement to jurors, judges, and the media, prior to the judge's delivery of how much jail time. http://www.queerty.com/breaking-tyler-clementis-father-m-b-deliver-emotional-statements-at-ravi-sentencing-20120521/

Tyler Clementi's Ex-Roommate Dharun Ravi Sentenced To 30 Days …

I do believe he acted out of colossal insensitivity. This was the judge who presided over the trial of Dharun Ravi, the former Rutgers University. http://www.thefrisky.com/2012-05-21/tyler-clementis-ex-roommate-dharun-ravi-sentenced-to-30-days-in-jail/

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14 Responses to Tyler Clementi

  • Anonymous says:

    I RLLY NEED HELP FIXING THIS PARAGRAGH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!? Another disadvantage to the internet is cybercrimes, which are the fastest growing challenge for the future of the internet. Potential problems become even greater as the world’s infrastructure becomes more centralized. Examples of such dilemmas are fraud; blackmail, child pornography, and cyber terrorism are becoming more common throughout the world. Even though authorities are always in attempt to control such situations from arising, the lack of proper laws and continued advancements in technology makes it very difficult and near impossible to properly deal and put a stop to these crimes. Cybercrime does not mean only stealing private information of a user of a public site but it also means cyber bullying. Cyber bullying is a dangerous practice people would rather die than to be cyber bullied because being cyber bullied kills the person daily for the rest of their life but getting killed they only die once. New Brunswick, N.J. Tyler Clementi committed suicide by jumping from the Gorge Washington Bridge after being bullied by his roommate (Schweber 1). His Roommate Dharun Ravi posted a video of Clementi having sexual intercourse with another man (Schweber 1). Don’t take cyber bullying lightly, you know the steps to identify, and prevent it! Over 50 cases of suicides have been reported this year alone due to cyber bullying, from a person being gay, obese, suffering through poverty, and to an alleged whore. And only six states have laws to punish cyber bullying. What if this was your daughter, sister, cousin, or niece? Take home Message. Let’s start and stop Cyber Bullying today, it takes one person to change the world. And let that be you!!

    do whatever, fix grammar, spelling, vocab, sentence structure, rewrite some, take out some….

    thanks 🙂

    • Curator says:

      I LIKE DA INTERNET. INTERNET IS GOOD CORCE OF INFERMASHUN. JK L0L0L0L0L. You’re paragraph is a little disjointed and pretty long, but a good idea overall. Revise it to be: “Another disadvantage that the internet poses are cybercrimes. Cyber-crimes are considered to be perhaps the fastest growing area of concern across the internet platform. Notable examples these cybercrimes consists of fraud, blackmail, cyberbullying, and pornography, all of which are poorly monitored by authorities (cite). The lack of regulations and laws to both take precautionary measures and punishments further promotes the continuation of cybercrimes. Perhaps the most overlooked cybercrime taking place in the U.S. to date is the act of cyberbullying. Cyberbullying is defined as …..(insert a definition from some source). The effects of cyberbullying can be detrimental and can often result in suicide. A notable case involving cyberbullying was ….(briefly talk about the Clementi case). The Clementi case is one of roughly 50 suicide cases as a result of cyberbullying and this number continues to grow. Cyberbullying is yet another aspect of the cybercrimes that exist in the U.S. and is nothing to be taken lighty by both peers and authorities. The fact that only six states in the U.S. have laws reprimanding cyberbullying (cite) is (insert adjective). (Last sentence you wrote looks good and should fit here).

      Hope it helps 😀

    • Curator says:

      The Clementi case resulted in a suicide. The one you linked didn’t. Not that it’s any less of a case, but the media has decided it just wasn’t newsworthy enough to generate interest and get people to watch their network or read their newspapers.

  • Anonymous says:

    Will Dharun Ravi Be Sent To Prison One Month From Today? Ravi is due to be sentenced for his multiple convictions in the infamous Tyler Clementi case. A month from today, on May 21, 2012 he is due to be sentenced in NJ. It’s been said that he could receive up to ten years in prison as well as face deportation to his native India.

    What do you feel his sentence will actually be?
    Tym,

    Not sure why you’d say that since it would not have been a MONTH BEFORE HIS SENTENCING till today, LOL.

    • Curator says:

      …. Why am I starting to get the interesting idea that you’ve been Copy & Pasting this same question for a while? Hmmm….?

  • Anonymous says:

    Is Dharun Ravi Going To Get Prison Time For His Convictions On The Hate-bias Crimes Against Tyler Clementi? And if so, do yo think he will have his eyes opened (and possibly other orifices as well) while he is in prison?

    • Curator says:

      It is conceivable that he be given like a year in prison and some community service rather than sending him away for many years. What he did was awful. Perhaps the best sentence a judge could impose would be just a nominal one where he gets to experience first hand the degrading and humiliating things convicts go through like strip searches, communal showers and toilets with no privacy. That may give him a clue about what it feels like to have been observed in what should have remained a PRIVATE encounter between two consenting adults.

  • Anonymous says:

    Should Dharun Ravi Go To Prison For His Hate Bias Crimes Against Tyler Clementi? Will be be deported back to his native India? WIll his parents lose their home and every last penny trying to appeal the guilty verdicts? Will his dad EVER stop saying “MY GORD…..MY GORD, vhut vill vee doo now?”
    Hey “Scabeous”….how can a person be RACIST….against HER OWN RACE? That makes zero sense. That is how the man talks. There is nothing RACIST about imitation to make a point. You creep.

    • Curator says:

      He was found guilty and on May 21 will be sentenced for his despicable conduct that possibly led to a young gay man’s suicide. A jury declared him guilty. He must pay. Should be jailed and then deported.

  • Anonymous says:

    The Dharun Ravi Trial: Who’s Sorry Now? A recent new headline said “Dharun Ravi says sorry to gay roommate’s family”

    A closer look at the story reveals his “sorry” does not appear to have been spoken or communicated to the Clementi Family but rather, to the Media. I suppose they could have heard ABOUT it from someone.

    http://in.reuters.com/article/2012/03/22/usa-crime-rutgers-idINDEE82L0G520120322

    Does this seem like genuine sorrow, compassion or concern to you? Or does it sound more like something attorneys gently suggested would be in Ravi’s best interests come the May 21 sentencing….where he could be sentenced for up to TEN YEARS as well as face deportation to his native India?

    From various news stories, Ravi did not seem to terribly concerned when his roommate at Rutgers jumped off a bridge to his death after realizing his intimate encounter with another male had been observed. There was no media mention of his having called the family, sent flowers, attended a Memorial or funeral, sent a sympathy card…nothing. That’s not to say none of those things happened. That’s saying that if any of them did, they were never mentioned.

    What do you make of his “being sorry” about Tyler Clementi?

    • Curator says:

      It’s the usual bully apology: “I’m so sorry I got caught.” Flush Dimbulb “apologized” in a similar way after his bilge pump — sorry, radio show — started losing revenue. It’s no more an apology than a hole in the ground is a skyscraper.

      I hope the little b@stard is deported. America has enough home-grown homophobes, we hardly need to import them.

  • Anonymous says:

    Would You Like To Share A Thought Or Two About These Two Cases? Case 1: “Suicide of Tyler Clementi”
    (I think that Dharun Ravi and Molly Wei deserve to be severely punished for what they have done.)
    Case 2: “2012 Midi-Pyrenees Shooting”
    (I believe that anger and desperation have driven Mohammed Merah to kill. I grieve for the victims.)

    • Curator says:

      Case 1: They dont need to be severely punished. Dharun Ravi will anyway be punished for his stupidity in not accepting his folly.

      I can say that you are being prejudiced from the cases that you picked.

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