I love this question, because I don’t think I’ve ever heard anyone ask it before. When I lived in #Tampa I had a new friend who committed #suicide and for the first time I saw how these types of deaths can affect EVERYONE.
So many people loved him and to this day I’m not able to fathom how he didn’t know that. My friend’s suicide was his first successful attempt as he had tried before and lived so it’s hard to believe that he didn’t have anything to live for.
Anyway, for those of you who are battling with suicide what is something you’re glad to be living for? Via: @would_it_kill_you
Meanwhile this nigga #ChrisWatts gets special treatment meanwhile he just murdered his pregnant wife and two daughters who were only 3 and 4 years old. Full story below... #Repost@the_takeovertv
An Arizona father faces a second-degree murder charge after he allegedly hit, stomped and kicked a man who tried to get into a bathroom stall his teenage daughter was using.
Melvin Harris, 40, is being held in jail on a $100,000 bond for allegedly killing a man police identified as Leon Leevon Armstrong at a Phoenix QuikTrip convenience store in early August.
Harris’ fiancee, Diana Jackson, wonders when she’ll see him again. She says despite the murder charge against him, Harris did nothing wrong. "I'm not mad at him. I don't feel like he did anything wrong. I love him. He did what he was supposed to do for our kid. You cannot tell someone they're wrong for protecting their children," Jackson said.
Jackson says Harris was picking up their 16-year-old daughter and two of her friends, who had all just gotten off work.
The girls asked to stop at the convenience store for a soda and a bathroom break.
During the break, Harris’ daughter says Armstrong came barging in to the restroom and shook her stall door, trying to get inside.
Court documents show Harris and his daughter let employees and the hired security guard know what happened. The father allegedly told the guard to "take care of the situation, or he would do it himself." Jackson believes Harris felt not enough was done. "If you know there's a known problem, why not fix it before it got that far?" she said.
According to witnesses, Harris drove his car to a gravel area near where Armstrong was standing. He then allegedly got out and confronted the man before punching him in the face then stomping and kicking him repeatedly after he fell to the ground.
Armstrong later died at the hospital. The police report states he suffered brain swelling, a nasal fracture and loss of oxygen. "I would have done the same thing. I don't feel bad at all for his actions. I feel bad that the man ended up dying in the process. I do," Jackson said.
Police say Harris admitted to punching Armstrong but said the man swung at him fi