The family of a college student who killed himself live on the internet say they're horrified his life ended before a virtual audience--and infuriated that viewers of the live webcam or operators of the web site that hosted it didn't act sooner to save him.


Others say the tragic occurrence serves as a stark illustration of the power of internet video--and the lure of instant notoriety it provides.


Only after police arrived to find Abraham Biggs dead in his father's bed did the live web feed stop Nov. 19--12 hours after the 19-year-old Broward College student first declared on a web site...

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