Two Zhejiang Youth Jailed for Abandoning Others During Suicide Pact

Two Zhejiang Youth Jailed for Abandoning Others During Suicide Pact
Jan 07, 2016 By

Four young people that had met online made a suicide pact that did not go as planned. The four planned to shut themselves in a room and kill themselves with carbon dioxide poisoning. Two of the group climbed out the window and survived. The other two died.

The two members of the group that escaped did not notify police or call an ambulance. They have been arrested on charges of intentional homicide.

Early this week, Zhejiang Jiangshan People’s Court sentenced the two who survived, Liu and Xie, to five years in prison. Xie and Liu must also jointly compensate the plaintiffs more than 500,000 Yuan.

Liu, 21, is a young woman from Jiangxi. Xie is a 20 year old man from Jiangshan, Zhejiang. They had previously made a suicide pact with Zhao, 22 and Chen 26, both from Jiangsu.

In the fall of 2014, the two met online and made the pact. On November 22, 2014 they met in a storeroom in downtown Jiangshan to commit suicide together.

The autumn of 2014, together with four similar to the country commit suicide through social network.

Liu and Xie found the carbon dioxide to be too much to handle and climbed out the window. They did not take any measures to rescue Zhao and Chen, who both died in the storage room.


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Keywords: Jiangshan Zhejiang suicide pact


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if the victims died and the "perpertraitors" were charged and sentenced by the court, who are the plaintiffs getting 500K...

Jan 08, 2016 08:03 Report Abuse



The families of the victims, who've now found a cheap way to make money off their deaths.

Jan 08, 2016 08:35 Report Abuse



Sad. Just all-round sad.

Jan 08, 2016 07:54 Report Abuse