RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - "Let him play with me. Soon you'll see him dead. Take care of your child or I'll make him kill himself," was the message Camille Vanini, a 36-year-old dentist, received from the profile chatting with her 10-year-old son. It was "Goofy."
Since mid-June, the Civil Police began issuing alerts about profiles on social media identified as Jonatan Galindo, though featuring pictures that refer to the Disney character. The accounts were being used to send games and activities to children, with encouragement to self-mutilation and suicide.
This Brazilian family . . .