Skip to comments.Second Parkland shooting survivor kills himself, police confirm
Posted on 03/24/2019 11:53:22 AM PDT by MNDude
Parkland is feeling more pain.
A week after the suicide of a former student, a Marjory Stoneman High School student has taken his life, Coral Springs police confirmed Sunday.
The double tragedy comes just as students are out of school this week for spring break.
Investigators told the Miami Herald that the male student died in an apparent suicide on Saturday night. He was a sophomore and attended MSD last year at the time of the Feb. 14 shooting that claimed 17 lives on campus. Police did not release his name.
David Hogg ✔ @davidhogg111 How many more kids have to be taken from us as a result of suicide for the government / school district to do anything?
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The hog is really broken up about his schoolmate’s death, isn’t he?
We obviously need to outlaw suicide.
[David Hogg; @davidhogg111 How many more kids have to be taken from us as a result of suicide for the government / school district to do anything?]
David Hogg 4 @davidhogg111 How many more kids have to be taken from us as a result of suicide for the government / school district to do anything?
Just one more, if ya get my drift. Thanks MNDude.
Gee, I wonder if the incessant media coverage had anything to do with it.
“The hog is really broken up about his schoolmates death, isnt he?”
I don’t think we will read any stories of hog taking his life because of survivor’s guilt any soon.
Romeo and Juliet? I didn’t see anything to say whether there was a relationship between them or not.
Maybe I don’t understand the trauma and how it affects teens over time, but it’s hard to imagine why they think it solves anything.
May God have mercy on his soul.
Thats about the only way to get me to even consider his sincerity.
Ungrateful. Get a second chance at life, and piss it away because you saw something bad happen. Snowflake culture never ends. This is the result of modern critical incident management training, where they’re surrounded with psychologist who encouraged them to follow in all their feelings.
Why does the media quote Hogg as if he’s an authority figure on teen suicides? They’re embarrassing.
That’s wallow in their feelings. They do the same thing with soldiers coming back from the war now, sit around in circles and encounter groups, carefully digging as deep as they can into the feelings of everything they think. It’s damn unhealthy. Better off to treat it like a little kid who trips and falls and looks at you to see if they need to cry. Just ignore him, stuff it inside, and move on with life. Today, Society is like a bad parent that always jumps up and runs over to see how bad they were hurt, and then the little baby burst into tears.
The survivors were all sent to “counsellors” and diagnosed with phoney baloney psychiatric labels and then put on psychotropics. Suicides were inevitable. It’s how shrinks make their money.
There are thousands of liberals commenting on his post giving him support.
Because he’s their tool.
If the suicide rate here isn’t any different from at other schools, then there is no story here (other than the general tragedy of suicide). It would be nice if the article - and the media in general - mentioned such obviously relevant background information, but they almost never do.
Strange. I remember two girls from our school murdered back in 1961. Never solved. No one committed suicide after.
In another school, we had a boy drown and a girl die of a disease. No one in school ever committed suicide over it.
Thinking back, I can’t remember anyone ever committing suicide because one of their friends died.
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