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  • ♪ (Jimmy Eat World, "Hear You Me") ♪

  • Oh, my gosh. I saw this video.

  • Oh, Amanda Todd.

  • I heard about her.

  • Oh, no. She flashed them. Watch out.

  • Okay, that's pretty-- not right. That's pretty creepy.

  • Okay, that's really creepy.

  • See, now this is cyberbullying.

  • What a jerk.

  • ♪ I never said thank you for that

  • ♪ I thought I might get one more chance

  • Dude, this is serious.

  • Oh, this is just taking it to a whole new level.

  • Then those aren't true friends, girl.

  • Yeah, the video itself wasn't what got to me.

  • What got to me was the people in the comments.

  • That really pissed me off.

  • Now I'll never have a chance

  • May angels... ♪

  • ♪ (Sia Furler, "Breathe Me") ♪

  • Dude, that is really (bleep) up.

  • I would try to help if I had the chance to.

  • People are cruel, man.

  • People are disgusting.

  • I'm sorry.

  • (FineBros) No, don't apologize.

  • So, had you heard about Amanda Todd before watching this?

  • - Yes, I've seen that video. - Mm-hmm.

  • I had heard about Amanda Todd.

  • No.

  • (FineBros) Do you know what happened to her

  • after this was posted?

  • She killed herself, didn't she?

  • - Yeah, she committed suicide. - No.

  • (FineBros) She actually killed herself

  • about a month after this video went up.

  • Are you serious?

  • (FineBros) She ended up committing suicide.

  • And how does it make you feel hearing this story

  • and knowing that that happened?

  • It's kind of speechless shocked.

  • I feel like she made two little mistakes, and that's not fair.

  • That type of stuff gets to me,

  • and I'm not a very emotional person at all.

  • She felt like her life was that bad to where she killed herself.

  • You know, and...

  • I wish I could just talk to her.

  • It makes me feel like crap. Like...

  • everything bad I've ever done to people,

  • like, everything bad I've ever said to somebody,

  • it makes me feel like that really had a bad effect.

  • She's so Internet-famous now and whatever,

  • yet other kids who have killed themselves

  • for better reasons than that. Like...

  • like no one gives a (bleep) about them, you know?

  • (FineBros) And what do you think

  • of the guy that blackmailed her?

  • I think he should go to jail. That's, like, child pornography.

  • He's a grown man. He shouldn't be picking on some teenage girl.

  • That's pretty (bleep) up, knowing that you killed some girl.

  • How could you deal with that?

  • He should be arrested for the rest of his life.

  • (FineBros) And how do you think people that were tormenting her

  • - feel now that she's done this? - I don't know.

  • Because I never understood,

  • why would they treat her like that in the first place?

  • I hope they feel really horrible.

  • I hope they feel like this for the rest of their lives.

  • "Man, why did I do that to her? Why did I hurt her like that?

  • She's gone now. What have I done?"

  • If they don't feel that way,

  • then that means they don't have a heart.

  • It just depends on the person, how big their pride is.

  • It's like if they let themselves feel guilty.

  • I don't think they're going to entirely stop doing it.

  • People still bully even after terrible things happen.

  • (FineBros) There's still people leaving comments like,

  • "I'm glad she's dead and she deserved it."

  • - Why are people doing that? - I don't know.

  • When is she gonna see this?

  • Are you just doing it for your own pleasure?

  • They just want a reaction,

  • and that's what they really feed off of.

  • People like to talk big on the Internet.

  • Well, I mean, I've seen comments like that

  • just on YouTube comments for the videos,

  • like, "Oh, yeah, this guy should kill himself."

  • It's another form of cyberbullying

  • that needs to be monitored by parents,

  • and it's the parents' fault.

  • They have no repercussions for what they do on the Internet.

  • They can say anything,

  • and that's why people leave horrible comments on these videos.

  • They feel like nothing bad is gonna happen to them.

  • It's 'cause it doesn't.

  • (FineBros) What do you think should happen to the people

  • that would leave comments like this on people's pages?

  • There's not much to do, you know?

  • They should have their accounts revoked.

  • They should just have their comment box removed.

  • Something should happen to them,

  • like some form of punishment,

  • but the reality is nothing is gonna happen.

  • How are they gonna catch all those people?

  • Kids find a way around everything.

  • I think that these websites should be shut down.

  • You can't blame them that this is happening.

  • They have no control over it,

  • but they're providing the resources to let it happen.

  • (FineBros) And what about the rest of what she went through,

  • how she had to keep transferring schools,

  • but the bullying followed her everywhere?

  • Man, people are cruel.

  • I feel so bad for her.

  • I can't even imagine the feeling

  • of not being about to escape something.

  • High school students, you know, they feel weak,

  • so they pick on people weaker than them

  • so they can at least have some power,

  • and they find an easy target

  • like someone who already has past problems,

  • and they make it worse without realizing that

  • that has very bad consequences.

  • (FineBros) Some people have said

  • that she deserves some of what happened to her

  • because of the choices that she made.

  • - What do you think about that? - Well, everyone makes mistakes.

  • All these mean-hearted people are over here like,

  • "She deserved it." No, she didn't.

  • You can justify what they're saying,

  • but, at the same time, it's like, calm down.

  • Just give the girl a little bit of respect and decency.

  • She's just a kid. She doesn't really know any better.

  • The whole point in life is you're gonna learn by messing up,

  • and if she keeps messing up and you keep telling her,

  • "Oh, you're never gonna get better,"

  • she's gonna start to think that life's never gonna get better.

  • (FineBros) At any point during her going through all of this,

  • what do you think could have been done to help her?

  • She just really needed a friend.

  • Somebody could've stood up for her.

  • I would've stood up for her.

  • Her friends could not have abandoned her.

  • Just accept the fact that they did it and be their friend again.

  • In school, they want you to talk to your teachers,

  • the principal, your parents,

  • but it's tough finding someone who can actually understand,

  • because they're not going through it. You are.

  • (FineBros) Do you have any personal experience

  • - with being bullied or teased? - Yeah.

  • In middle school, I was in theater. I was a theater kid.

  • People would call it "gay."

  • Even if I was gay, which I'm not, but it's like, even if I was,

  • how would my sexual orientation affect you in the slightest?

  • Now that "gay" has become a slur, it's just another hateful thing

  • that people can say to hurt a person,

  • even though it really shouldn't be.

  • I've been made fun of in school for a lot of things,

  • called "gay," "short," "stupid," "ugly."

  • Racist remarks sometimes.

  • I used to be kinda overweight back then,

  • and people used to call me "fat" and stuff.

  • As a kid, I was really--

  • I was just trying to fit in so hard,

  • because I didn't really have any friends.

  • They saw that I was trying hard, and they just kinda...

  • like, dismissed me.

  • And then, because they did that,

  • I started getting really mean to everyone.

  • It was around seventh and eighth grade.

  • None of the boys would date me