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What Could Make A 9-Year-Old Boy Commit Suicide ?
could handle, Mrs. Goodnews narrated with agony.
5 -LEGGED LAMB BORN AT A UK FARM
According to manager Heather Hogarty, a vet was due to access Quinto and a decision made whether or not to amputate her eXtra leg. Quinto has become one of the star attractions at the farm,which also features Ilamas, Wallabies and Meerkats. Hogarty who has run the farm’s visitors center for 16 years said: “ we've never come across anything like this before and neither has anyone we"ve spoken to. Quinto is doing absolutely fine at the moment, she confirmed.
FRENCH REALITY TV OFFICIAL DOCTOR KILLS SELF
A medical doctor who worked on French adventure reality TV
show, Koh Lanta, has killed himself in Cambodia after one of the programme’s
In a suicide note, Thierry Costa, 38, said his name had been
“sullied by the media” over the death of Gerald Babin in a week ago. Mr. Babin
had a cardiac attack during filming on the Island of Koh Rong. Some media
reports had criticized Dr. Costa, saying he had taken too much time to treat
the 27-year-old adventurist. The deceased had complained of cramps on the first
day of filming on the southern Cambodian Island on 22 March.
Reliable source revealed that Dr. Costa administered
emergency care before Mr. Babin was airlifted to a mainland hospital where he
died. The show’s producers, Adventure Line Productions confirmed that Dr. Costa
killed himself in a hotel in Cambodia on Monday, leaving a “suicide note.”
In the note, Dr. Costa wrote that the accusations leveled
against him had been unfair”. He continued “I am sure that I treated Gerald in
a respectable manner, as patient and not as a contestant.
Even though, I regret this end. I also acted in conformity
with the “Hippocratic Oath”. The doctor added that “having to reconstruct his
destroyed reputation would be unbearable”. He asked for his body to be cremated
in Cambodia, without ever going back to France.
Broadcaster TFI announced last week it would axe the popular
show described as France’s version of
“Survivors’, in response to Costa’s death. The tragic event has to encourage
those who accuse and comment without proper judgment to exercise responsibility.”
Also commenting, the head of TFI, Nonce Paolini described Dr Costa’s death as a
tragedy. “The authors of the anonymous comments about the circumstances of Gerald Babin’s death and those who spread
them will have to face their conscience,” he said.
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