In Connecticut killed himself the father of one of the Schoolgirls killed in the mass shooting at elementary school «sandy hook» in 2012.
Early Monday morning, March 25, the 49-year-old Jeremy Richman of Newtown, was found dead in Edmond Town Hall. Paramedics arrived on the call, only verified death. It is unknown how the man committed suicide, but the police his death was called an «apparent suicide.»
Jeremy Richman, the father of one of 20 children killed in the Sandy Hook shooting, was found dead in Newtown, Connecticut. Police report the cause as apparent suicide. pic.twitter.com/RY6T0mV8GS
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Jeremy Richman was the founder of the Avielle Foundation, which was named in honor of his 6-year-old daughter of Aviel killed during a shooting at «sandy hook» in December 2012. The Fund was established to reduce violence in society.
«This is a heartbreaking incident for the family of Mr. Richman and the community of Newtown as a whole. The entire police Department to pray for them, we ask you to give his family the opportunity to be alone with your grief,» — said the representative of the local police Aaron Bahamonde.
We will remind, in the morning of 14 December 2012, 20-year-old Adam Peter Lanza shot home his mother, then came elementary school, where he killed 20 children six and seven years of age, six adults and wounded two, then committed suicide. Just from his hands killed 28 people (including himself).
The police at the school sandy hook in 2012.
Just last week in Parkland (FL) committed suicide two students at the school Marjory Stoneman Douglas High, who survived a mass shooting in February 2018. Then killed 17 people — 14 students and three staff members.
The first was Sidney Aiello, a graduate of the school. According to her mother, the girl suffered from so-called «survivor’s guilt», she was diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder.
And on Saturday in Parkland, there was another tragedy – the suicide one student Marjory Stoneman Douglas High. The name of the deceased has not been disclosed, but police confirmed that it was suicide.
If you have any thoughts of suicide, you can call the National phone support: 1-800-273-TALK.