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How about Tyler Clementi, the Rutgers freshman who jumped off the George Washington Bridge after being outed by his roommate.
For example, the recent documentary Bully depicts harassment far worse than what Ravi did to Clementi.
Ravi would be thrown out of the dorms, perhaps even convicted of a crime, and Clementi would be able to move on with his life.
In fact, Clementi was bullied less than most victims of bullying.
But as to whether Ravi did what he did intentionally to harass Clementi for being gay, the jury rendered a split decision.
The fashionable pianoforte composers at that time were Clementi, Steibelt, Dussek, and some others.
Astor, Broadwood, and Clementi were three great makers in London, and sent many pianos over here.The Old Furniture Book|N. Hudson Moore
He received encouragement from such men as Beethoven, Clementi and Hummel, and began his career as a teacher at sixteen.A History of the Nineteenth Century, Year by Year|Edwin Emerson
Clementi will wait a long time before Beethoven goes to him, was the reply.
Though much older Clementi would probably have done so had not gossip begun to concern itself with the matter.