posted on Jul, 4 2006 @ 07:10 PM
There's nothing illegal about it, that I can see.
If you actually went ahead and did it, for some strange reason, your family might have a good shot at winning a civil suit against the person who told
you to do it.
It would be on the lawyer to make a good case, but there's nothing substantive to the complaint.
If the person used hypnosis, or drugs, or elaborate lies (I poisoned your breakfast cereal, and the only way for you to avoid an excruciating death is
to off yourself now, with the gun I've provided) - then you've got something.
But if someone tells you to jump off a bridge, and you do it, it's really your own fault. If the person was in a position of authority that gave
them some power over you, or they threatened you, it would be a different story, much easier to win a case like that I would think.
Anyway, don't fight on the internet. It's really pointless, and a complete waste of time. If you can't convince someone in this medium by using a
well-constructed argument, you're sure as Hell not going to convince them using threats and invitations to suicide.