[Trending Now] Father's Heartbreaking Message To The Bullies Of His Son Who Committed Suicie And To The School Who Ignored The Issue!
A father whose son committed suicide gave a devastating message to all the bullies in his school who made it difficult for him. Danie...
A father whose son committed suicide gave a devastating message to all the bullies in his school who made it difficult for him.
Daniel Fitzpatrick used the newest feature of Facebook, Facebook Live to send out a message to all the students in his son's school who picked on him.
His son, also named Daniel, 13 years old committed suicide by hanging himself. The son wrote a letter saying that the teachers in his school in Staten island did not do anything to stop the bullying.
‘I give up,’ he wrote on his final message. The letter written by the child state everything that happened between him and the boys who used to be his friends in the letter that was never sent.
‘No parent should have to bury their child. No child should have to go through what my son went through,' as the father was speaking on Facebook Live.
‘To the parents of the boys who tormented my son, all I have to say is I hope you never have to feel what my family is going through right now.
‘You get to hold your children every night and day for the rest of your lives and their natural lives. I don’t get that anymore.’
‘Your little monsters took that from me, and my wife, and his sisters.’
‘I don’t know what else to say, I miss my son. All I want is to hear him say “good morning dad” one more time, that way I can tell him “good morning, I love you”,’ he added.
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According to the reports, the Brooklyn/Queens Diocese are now 'reconsidering' their policies after the bullying that happened to Daniel resulting to his death.
The spokeswoman of the school said: ‘The principal, teachers, and staff of Holy Angels Catholic Academy are heartbroken over the loss of Danny Fitzpatrick.’
‘We take the issue of bullying very seriously and address every incident that is brought to our attention,’ she added.
A total of $65, 000 of fun was raised for the memorial of Daniel.