posted on Dec, 24 2012 @ 09:27 PM
Well, now it seems that the "real" truth behind Jacinta Saldanha's suicide is finally being exposed.
I've always believed that there had to be much more behind her "suicide" than simply having been seen to have been "conned" by a couple of Aussie
radio show hosts over a harmless prank phone call . My opinion (for what it's worth) is that the prank call by itself should NOT have sent an
emotionally balanced and stable person so quickly into despair that the only recourse to them would be to take their own lives.
Now evidence is surfacing that Jacintha had made 2 previous and unsuccessful, suicide attempts last year whilst visiting her hometown in India whereby
she tried to overdose with medication but failed ... and then 9 days later jumped from a building but again failed to end her life. She was treated
for head injuries in the intensive care unit at the Father Muller Medical College Hospital in Mangalore, before being transferred to a psychiatric
Apparently she was discharged three days later with a prescription for antidepressants and a warning to her family that she was still a suicide
Upon Jacinta's request, her brother agreed to keep these suicide attempts a secret from the rest of their family which therefore most certainly means
that her hospital employers and co-workers were also completely in the dark regarding her extremely fragile mental/psychological state.
I don't necessarily condone the 2 dj's actions in making the hoax phone call but based upon this latest revelation, I certainly don't believe that
they deserve the sort of global hatred and vilification that they've been subjected to over the last few weeks. Unfortunately for them, their call was
answered by a psychologically unstable personality who based on the 2 previous suicide attempts, quite possibly would have found one reason or another
to attempt a 3rd suicide bid ... and these 2 dj's unfortunately provided that catalyst that she needed.
(visit the link for the full news article)
edit on 24/12/12 by tauristercus because: (no reason given)