Adult and Youth Suicide Statistics
AVNETNEWS 2015 – Cyrus King
Sex Offender and Children Suicide Statistics
The Stigma plus overwhelms some to suicide. Each year the number of children, teens and adults grow on the list of suicide victims because they are not equipped to endure the stigma plus, bullying, harassment, isolation and poverty this public shame inflicts; death is preferable to a life under the Stigma Plus of the sex offender label. Suicide statistics are public record as follows in a simple Google search: “sex offender suicide”.
- Child suicide
- Teen suicide
- Adult suicide
- Vigilante destruction of property
- Vigilante murders covered up by coroners and others.
- Unemployable adults with employable skillsets
- Destroyed careers
- Poverty in Offenders Families.
- Wrongful convictions
- Hearsay convictions
- Wrongful convictions in family law divorce accusations to gain custody of property and children.
Google search https://www.google.com/#q=sex+offender+suicide+rate Google reports the following search results Page 2 of about 1,550,000
here are a few links
OCALA, Fla. — A convicted sex offender apparently committed suicide in despair over signs posted in his neighborhood calling him a “child rapist.”
Clovis Ivan Claxton was found dead by his father Thursday with one of the signs beside his body, less than a day after his release from a psychiatric hospital.
The Marion County Sheriff’s Office is investigating, and autopsy was scheduled for Friday.
Claxton’s death follows the high-profile arrests of sex offenders in the separate killings of two Florida girls less than seven weeks apart. State lawmakers have responded by passing a bill to require lifetime supervision of some child sex offenders.
- Read more: http://www.mommyish.com/2013/07/17/6-year-old-boy-upset-over-parents-divorce-commits-suicide/#ixzz2gdMNIS.
The report from the Ontario Observer in Ontario, Oregon states as follows:
The young boy proceeded to take off his belt, tie it into a makeshift noose and hang himself from the freezer handle of the family’s refrigerator, Clark said. After the cartoons ended, his sister went into the kitchen and found his body. Later, she told police that she thought it was about 20 minutes from the time he left her alone in the living room to the time she found his body.
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