So sad and scary.
So sad and scary.
Someone needs to get this guy some help.
MMA fighter War Machine savagely beat up his girlfriend Christy Mack a few months ago, after he allegedly came to her house and found her with another man.
He was arrested, and last week, tried to kill himself. While in his cell, War Machine wrote a suicide note, much of which was directed to Christy.
Parts of it read:
And now, they might finally be given the answers they've been searching for.
A spokesperson from the Office of the Los Angeles County Department of Coroner is confirming that there were suicide notes on site:
"All we're saying at this point was that there was a note found."
Although we have no actual confirmation from the coroner, a source told the New York Daily News that an EMT discovered a five-page suicide letter rant about how Julia was the driving force behind ending her own life:
Australian radio DJs Mel Greig and Michael Christian worst fears have come true!
Jacintha Saldanha's reasons for taking her own life are coming into focus, and it's clear the infamous Kate Middleton hoax weighed HEAVILY on her mind as she made her decision.
As we reported yesterday, the nurse/wife/mother of two left behind three different suicide notes after apparently hanging herself.
We now know two of those notes specifically reference the prank phone call and the subsequent fallout at King Edward VIII hospital.
One source close to the tragic situation reveals:
More devastating details have surfaced regarding Jacintha Saldanha's recent death.
A suicide note has reportedly been found confirming that Saldanha, the registered nurse at King Edward VII Hospital who transferred a prank call to Kate Middleton's private carer, really did take her own life days after being tricked by Austrailan radio DJs…
BUT Jacintha's family apparently didn't even know about the call until AFTER Jacintha had passed!
And now they want answers.
Labor MP Keith Vaz is now representing the family, and recently stated:
This is absolutely heart-wrenching news.
Rhode Island authorities are reportedly searching for Brian Harnois, a former member of the reality series Ghost Hunters, as he went missing after he was said to have posted what many construed to be a suicide note on his Facebook page early yesterday morning.
Although the original message has been taken down, many others have begun spreading this alert across the internet as the search intensifies:
Law enforcement agents state that Don Cornelius did not leave a suicide note before his death.
It has been said that the Soul Train creator had been suffering for health problems that affected his life for years.
The pain was said to be excruciating and unbearable.
Sad. We hope he found peace in his own way.
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