Teenage offenders between the ages of 11 and 18, who have committed a misdemeanor crime have their cases heard by a jury of their peers.
The volunteer teens perform the roles of prosecuting and defense attorneys, bailiff, clerk, and jury.
CEO, Michael Seibel, sent an e-mail to The Times newspaper, explaining that his company had a very strict set of rules in place, aimed precisely at stopping such videos from being aired via the Internet.
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The last sequences broadcast on-line show a policeman, with his gun drawn, entering the room and checking Biggs' corpse for life signs.
Not only people did not try to stop Biggs or call the authorities, but that they also encouraged him to do it, taunting him with insults and calling him names.
A single viewer reported the abuse to the site managers, who in turn called the police.