Blue Whale Challenge Game : 17-year-old Russian girl arrested for “fatal suicide”

 

The Russian police invaded his home and published a video showing portraits of Russian psychology student Philip Budeikin who confessed to inventing the game and is currently in prison, reported Hindustan Times.

The girl, also known as the “death group manager”, was originally a player who did not complete the Blue Whale Challenge and would have invented the 50 stages in the horrible game that ends up being suicide, according to India today.

arrested for a game of suicide

A 17-year-old Russian girl, alleged administrator of the deadly blue whale Suicide Game Challenge adventure, was detained in the Khabarovsk Krai region in southeastern Russia.

According to the subway, the girl was tasked to create the 50 challenges they learned and forced the “players” into the game to inflict their own damage, culminating in suicide. The report said Colonel Irina Volk of the Russian Ministry of the Interior said: “This administrator was sending particular, often fatal, tasks to each of several dozen members of the group. their relatives for not accomplishing the tasks. ”
The Russian police invaded his home and published a video showing portraits of Russian psychology student Philip Budeikin who confessed to inventing the game and is currently in prison, reported Hindustan Times.

The girl, also known as the “death group manager”, was originally a player who did not complete the Blue Whale Challenge and would have invented the 50 stages in the horrible game that ends up being suicide, according to India today.
The police video showed the unnamed daughter unnoticed at home while authorities searched her property and found drawings and sketches related to suicide, according to News18.

The Blue Whale Challenge is a 50-day deadly game that requires players to complete tasks by an anonymous “manager”. The “manipulator” asks players to cause their damage, resulting in suicide. Some of the tasks include awakening at odd hours to watch a horror film to carve a blue whale in the body. It is believed that fatal gambling has caused nearly 100 deaths in the United States, China and other countries.

The game also made inroads in India. It emerged when a 14-year-old boy in Mumbai committed suicide after leaving a seven-story building.

More recently, Vignesh, a 19-year-old university student from Madurai district, Tamil Nadu, committed suicide on Wednesday, hanging in his home to authorities who linked him to the Blue Whale Challenge. According to his suicide note, Vignesh wrote: “The blue whale is not a game, once you enter, you can not go out.” The police also found the image of a carved whale in Vignesh’s left hand with a “blue whale” beneath it.

Such cases have also emerged in Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal. States have advised schools, teachers and parents to advise children about the risk of these dangerous online games.

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