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Negative effects of online content ‘contributed to Molly Russell’s death’

Ian Russell, the father of Molly Russell, speaks to media outside Barnet Coroners Court, north London, after the inquest into the death of schoolgirl Molly Russell. Coroner Andrew Walker has concluded that schoolgirl Molly Russell died after suffering from "negative effects of online content" and that online material viewed by the 14-year-old on sites such as Instagram and Pinterest "was not safe" and "shouldn't have been available for a child to see".

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