posted on Dec, 13 2012 @ 07:57 AM
(I posted this in the main Saldanha thread. Wasn't aware this one was up and running. Apologies)
It has been made public that Jacintha chose to self-euthanse by hanging herself, and that she also had injuries to her 'wrist'.
I don't doubt that for those of you whom choose to believe she was killed, accepting no other explanation, but that she was 'murdered' for a
security breach, need to understand and accept that this was a suicide. I gave my reasoning as to why I believed it to be suicide back on 'page 20'
of this thread (09/12/12 - 11:17).
In order to appreciate Jacintha's state of mind the night she decided to take her own life, requires an immersive empathic reasoning, taking into
account all elements that led her to believe self-euthanasia was the only option open to her.
The method by which a person commits suicide is also a statement on their own perspective, on how they perceive themselves at the time of their
'self-killing'. Hanging is a statement of both anger and guilt, and of self-punishment. These two emotions of anger and guilt combined produce in
the suicidal mind a powerful sense of unworthiness, of being an abject failure, and an object of dishonour. Suicide by hanging is also a statement of
contrition, of abysmal sorrow, and is not to be viewed as a means of escape from that which one cannot tolerate, but as a self-vindication of
reparation towards the act or actions that brought one to this inner-crisis.
The injuries to Jacintha's wrist are not given detail, but it could indicate that she attempted to cut her wrists, but found she could not
successfully complete the act? Even this failure would compound her sense of self-disgust. I think she wrestled with herself, veering violently from
one emotion to another. The injuries to her wrist could have occurred during the elaborate preparation of her own gallows, see-sawing through a series
of mental pains and anguish, but I think that she had already done the preparations before hand, discarding the idea for what may well have seemed a
more refined way to self-euthanse, and discovering that she could not successfully complete the fatal injuries to her wrists, she ultimately took the
first initial method?
As I stated in my post on page 20 of this thread, the prank call, alone, was not enough to drive her to self-euthanse, other compelling and
compounding self- judgements had to be inculcated in her mind, and they were given to her during the reprimands and disciplinaries that are alleged to
have not taken place. The hospital authorities are desperately covering themselves by their over-the-top praise, with even a memorial service for her
at Westminster Cathedral, no less. The inquest into her death was opened and adjourned until the 26th March, 2013, allowing for time to pass so that
she may fade from public memory. How cynical an act is this? Yet, it is the usual method used by authorities to cover their own transgressions.
Just as the two DJs played their unwitting part, the real 'coup de grâce' was administered by the authorities...of that I am convinced. The two DJs
are not responsible for her death, they were just an element in the proceedings. Can an 'attachment of blame' be levelled at the authorities?
Yes...I believe so, but certainly not one of either murder or manslaughter...only one of knowledgable culpability. They are the experts, they should
have monitored her. They should've allowed her to go home on mitigating leave to be with the one true support she needed...her family, but no, they
kept her in London, isolated and lonely, and pummelled her at the disciplinary proceedings. Total utter prats!
Jacintha Saldanha - may she now rest in peace.