I just came across this on the news and dont kw if someone posted it yet... It breaks my heart seeing things like tis happpen...Lashanda
Armstrong,yesterday,drove her van into the Hudson river with her kids inside. I guess she has been struggling to recieve help and effection from the
childrens father. Im sorry but that is no excuse to kill your kid or even yourself for that matter...She posted a message on FACEBOOK.... "I'm sorry
everyone forgive me please for what I'm gonna do . . . This is it!!!"...This is so sick. It was obviously premeditated. So the temporary insanity bs
wont fly with her. I guess it doesnt matter anyway because she is dead...one good thing that came from this tragedy is that her 10 year old son ended
up surving. He ended up escaping out of the window and swam to shore. He is a strong little man and hopefully he can use that strength to begin to
cope with his tragic situation..NEW YORK POST
HERES a link to Bing page of more examples of FACEBOOK being used for suicide
This is so sad when I hear of this happening and even more sad when I realized that this kinda thing happens mor than I thought..
15-4-2011 by gdaub23 because: (no reason given)
it never ceases to amaze me the pure strength of children. they are untainted by the fears and insecurities we adults have developed. The bravery of
kids is more heroic than us adults can ever be. I just hope that the little dude has some family to support him. I wonder if this kind of thing is any
more or less prevalent in the modern era than throughout history.
i think that crazy people are definatly not a new thing...this kind of thing has probably gone on since the beginning of time...and I also find it to
be wierd that its usually the mother that does this...how often do you hear of the father doing something like this? why cant they just off themselves
instead of taking their innocent childeren with them?
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