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Suicide is killing oneself.

Importance on Wikispooks

Covert assassinations are often disguised as suicide. Sometimes, they may go as far as faking a suicide note.

Increasing prevalence in the US

The official suicide rate in the United States was 33% higher in 2017 than in 1999.[1]

Suicide watch

Suicide watch is a system of intense monitoring and removal of basic amenities. It is nominally intended to prevent prisoners from committing suicide, but some prisoners report that it is used as a method of harassment (for example Chelsea Manning). It proved ineffective at preventing the death of Jeffrey Epstein, who reportedly died, under a suicide watch, by his own hand, on August 10, 2019. The Wikipedia page was semi-protected just after his death and about 75 mentions of it were reverted within seconds.[2]


An example

Page nameDescription
Dunblane school massacreA school massacre by an acquaintance of George Robertson, a Bilderberger and later Secretary General of NATO with a range of other connections.


Suicide victims on Wikispooks

Jennifer JaynesUS author whose plotlines included "corruption inside the vaccine industry".
Carlos PrioEx-Cuban president "suicided" before testifying before the House Select Committee on Assassinations
Huntington D. SheldonAs Director of the Office of Current Intelligence, Sheldon briefed three Presidents with the became the President's Daily Brief


Related Quotation

APA“The military psychologists’ claims of offering quality care to detainees is false. A few years ago, I received documents via Freedom of Information Act that showed that at least one detainee who died ostensibly of suicide at Guantanamo, Mohamed Al Hanashi, killed himself in large part because of a negative encounter with a military psychologist.”Jeffrey Kaye29 July 2018


Official examples

David Kelly/Assassination
Jeffrey Epstein/"Suicide"
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