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Schofield soldier dies in police shooting in Waikiki

By Gordon Pang and Gregg Kakesako

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LAST UPDATED: 04:41 a.m. HST, Jan 16, 2013


Police officers shot and killed a Schofield Barracks soldier who apparently drove recklessly through the streets of Waikiki and was shot by responding officers on Ala Wai Boulevard early this morning.

Three officers were treated for minor injuries and then released, police said at a news conference today.

The incident began just before 4 a.m. and involved two shooting scenes, one on Kuhio Avenue near Nahua Street, and the final location on Ala Wai Boulevard near Seaside Avenue.

The Army confirmed that the driver of the dark blue Dodge truck involved in the incident was an enlisted soldier, assigned to the 25th Infantry Division. The Army is withholding the identity of the soldier pending notification of next of kin.

Police also would not identify him.

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» HPD press conference

The series of events began when patrol officers on foot on Kuhio Avenue and Nahua Street noticed a truck speeding in the wrong direction on Nahua Street this morning, Police Chief Louis Kealoha said.

“The truck crossed Kuhio and stopped briefly on the sidewalk where officers approached the vehicle,” he said. “The vehicle then reversed back onto Nahua, turned onto Kuhio, and accelerated toward an officer.”

Kealoha continued: “The officer fired multiple shots at the truck as it drove towards him, narrowly missing him.”

A police source said the officer who fired was near the PlayBar, formerly Scruples, at the time he engaged with the suspect.

The truck then drove onto Lewers Street and onto the sidewalk as two officers attempted to stop him, Kealoha said. “The truck continued onto the Ala Wai Boulevard where it struck two parked vehicles and a pole,” he said.

Patrol vehicles then converged and blocked the truck between Lewers and Kaiolu streets.

“The suspect began ramming several marked vehicles before officers fired, striking the driver,” the chief said.

No one else was in the truck, police said.

Police blocked off Ala Wai Boulevard to vehicular traffic until noon today as police completed their investigation.

Los Angeles visitor Patricia Tence thought she was back home where shootings and car chases regularly occur when she heard a police officer yell: "stop" early this morning from her 11th floor apartment on the Ala Wai Boulevard.

"I was up at 4 because of all this banging," she said.

Tence went to her balcony and saw at least 20 police cars surrounding a truck on the street fronting her building.

"He apparently came down Lewers (Street) and hit two parked cars and then kept ramming the police cars."

Tence said she got scared when she heard shots being fired. "It was so loud. I thought I was back in L.A. with this car chase happening right below me."

Poese Vatikani left his apartment on Lewers Street after hearing sirens and multiple gun shots.

He arrived at the crime scene to watch an ambulance pull up.

"I saw them place him on the gurney and take him into the ambulance to try to resuscitate him."

Paramedics took a man in his 30s to the Queen’s Medical Center, where he died, officials said.

Vatikani said police were able to shoot out the front right tire of the truck.

"You could hear it screeching down the road as he tried to get away."

Ala Wai area resident Pat Bigold said he woke up to the sound of multiple emergency sirens and witnessed the shooting through his binoculars.

He said while his vision was blurred by the blue lights of police cars, he estimates he heard up to 20 shots.

Bigold, who lives on the 20th floor of a condominium located across the canal from the Ala Wai Boulevard, said at least 20 police cars responded to the incident.

“We always hear commotion here,” Bigold said. “I live on the 20th floor of the Kaimana Lanais condo building. Sirens every night, throughout the night. But what made this different was the rising crescendo of sirens and then the sound of a series of collisions. This was the driver trying to break the police enclosure. I got to the balcony just a moment before police opened fire. Sounded like a barrage of fire and I would guess up to 20 shots were fired, but I could be wrong on the estimate. There is some echo across the canal. 

“It was a pretty good job by HPD to contain a dangerous situation so quickly.” Bigold said.

Bigold said he videotaped the suspect lying on the ground without a shirt until paramedics took him to the hospital.

Several hours after the shooting, police were still at the scene collecting evidence and taking pictures of the scene.

A pickup truck could be seen boxed in by several police cars. Some of the police cars were damaged, apparently in some sort of collision with the truck.

Maj. Richard Robinson, head of the Criminal Investigations Division, said five patrol vehicles were damaged.






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Pocho wrote:
UnReal stuff, Hawaii Visitors get 1st hand look at Hawaii 5-0 experience!
on January 15,2013 | 05:55AM
fishwrider wrote:
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on January 15,2013 | 10:57AM
Kawipoo wrote:
Like locals are all well behaved!
on January 15,2013 | 11:28AM
8082062424 wrote:
we all expect military personnel to behave better for one. and they have been in the news more and more these days
on January 15,2013 | 11:57AM
HonoluluHawaii wrote:
many in the military resort to suicide. Something needs to be done.
on January 15,2013 | 11:59AM
goodvibrations wrote:
Maybe that was his suicide. Did the police have to shoot to kill?
on January 15,2013 | 12:18PM
ezridah wrote:
they should have shot to wound and then shoot the tires out or maybe the engine block which could have ricocheted and hit other officers or bystanders or maybe use spike strips and he could have put on a great display of sparks from his rims..or maybe they should have talked him out of the vehicle...or maybe just let him drive around and smash into their cars until he ran out of gas ?
on January 15,2013 | 12:58PM
Morimoto wrote:
Police are trained to stop the threat, it doesn't matter if the perpetrator lives or dies, as long as they're no longer a threat.
on January 15,2013 | 01:15PM
Poipounder808 wrote:
This is not a Hollywood movie...get a clue.
on January 15,2013 | 01:46PM
thebostitch wrote:
Apparently Yes .... typical of HPD; kill first ask questions later, so if the soldier wanted to commit suicide and couldn't do it himself, he definitely chose an alternative correctly.
on January 15,2013 | 01:54PM
walaau808 wrote:
When you shoot someone there is ALWAYS a chance of death. I don't know of anyone capable of shooting to injure.
on January 15,2013 | 02:09PM
SteveToo wrote:
Yes they are trained to shoot to KILL. Safer for the police and people aroungd them. A wounded person can still shot back. A dead one can't.
on January 15,2013 | 04:40PM
HonoluluHawaii wrote:
The 3500 pound truck was much more deadly than a bullet.
on January 15,2013 | 05:38PM
stingray65 wrote:
Yes, that is the sole purpose of his gun with him!! Only a good man with a gun can stop another killing in our street..
on January 15,2013 | 08:34PM
false wrote:
Yeah, saw the front page this morning
on January 15,2013 | 01:58PM
Pocho wrote:
What about Chicago with the 500 homicides last year. Do we need to look at that too?
on January 15,2013 | 01:59PM
HonoluluHawaii wrote:
Hawaii is very tiny compared to the USA. Still Hawaii is strategic out in the Pacific, as the USA decided to take Alaska and Hawaii as the 49th and 50th states in 1959, just 14 years after the end of World War II and 18 years after Pearl Harbor. We here do not understand the rich history of the islands enough as i myself have never been to The Arizona Memorial. I have been to Punchbowl many times though, as both my Grandfather, who served in World War I and my Father, who served in The Korean War, both are honored in Punchbowl. Enough History Lesson. Now today: only time will tell why this active soldier went into this craze. Also it is unfortunate that conflicts, wars and disagreements between people get written about the most. I like sports myself, and why not enjoy sports rather than endanger people in Waikiki? In fact, if this incident happened in say Waipahu, we would be less inclined to be attracted to it.
on January 15,2013 | 03:59PM
fishwrider wrote:
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on January 15,2013 | 01:15PM
NanakuliBoss wrote:
IRT honoHi, there was 20 police cars and 30 personnel because Waikiki is saturated. There are more police per mile in Waikiki then anyplace else. Now if this was at 0400 hrs.in Wapahu, the suspect would be on his way because there ain't much cops out that side.
on January 15,2013 | 06:11PM
walaau808 wrote:
Per capita locals are more well behaved than military personnel...
on January 15,2013 | 02:07PM
nitestalker4 wrote:
that's pure b.s.
on January 15,2013 | 02:17PM
Mana07 wrote:
I'm in total agreement with you nitestalker. Walaau808...your source would be?
on January 15,2013 | 04:12PM
kailua000 wrote:
yeah really, shooting, knifings, killing grandma, beating girlfriend, thieves, thugs...we hear at least 3-4 stories every day in the newspaper, and not nearly as many about the military. and the military guys have mostly gone thru a lot more stress in their young employed lives than the local thugs that prowl our streets
on January 15,2013 | 04:15PM
jrboi96786 wrote:
o please. them hpd are always after the military... they're in every corner around wahiawa just waiting for them. i'm in the military and yes born and raised in hawaii. people in hawaii are the worst driver and the fact that the military are always being target, that is saying something...
on January 15,2013 | 12:48PM
pakeheat wrote:
Who are you calling as the worst drivers, local people? Don't know we you have been, but I've seen worst drivers on the mainland, why they call them h****y's, LOL.
on January 15,2013 | 01:06PM
fishwrider wrote:
This comment has been deleted.
on January 15,2013 | 01:57PM
nitestalker4 wrote:
as well as yours.
on January 15,2013 | 02:18PM
nomakeshame wrote:
There are bad drivers everywhere. Each city has different driving customs and attitudes. You drive the way the local people drive where you are at. For me, in Honolulu, it's using all the side roads from Kalihi to Waialae because for some strange reason there always seems to be traffic on the H-1 for no reason whatsoever.
on January 15,2013 | 04:19PM
Poipounder808 wrote:
You really think the officers knew this was a military person behind the wheel before they tried to stop him? The guy is driving erratically all over the place on sidewalks and the wrong way on one way streets and towards officers... I don't think they had time to profile him before they had to end the threat. I am guessing his BAC will be in the .20's.
on January 15,2013 | 01:44PM
walaau808 wrote:
Maybe because the military thinks they're bulletproof? "I serve my country, provide protection and freedom for you, blah, blah, blah" Last time I checked, military service was VOLUNTARY! Military personnel are not above the law, but that is the way they act!
on January 15,2013 | 02:11PM
Ronin006 wrote:
It apparently has not occurred to some bloggers that the small minority of military people who misbehave were former civilians who most likely brought their bad habits with them when they enlisted. Although the military services do a great job screening potential enlistees, no system is foolproof; thus, a few bad eggs unfortunately slip through.
on January 15,2013 | 03:24PM
stingray65 wrote:
Military are not bullet proof, but we have one if we want to. Now you really sound like Obama!! None of you all know the whole story of what had happened. I wonder if you served long enough? Or you were discharge because? What? You have not even seen what war is look like! Have you seen a soldier with RPG in his belly and still alive? Or without both legs? Before you make a comments about Military know your facts. You do not even know why you have H-2 and H-3? Just to educate you, because of the presence of Military in the Island.
on January 15,2013 | 08:54PM
allie wrote:
I work in Waikiki at night and see some crazy things. Why are men so angry out here?
on January 15,2013 | 11:52AM
8082062424 wrote:
That is funny coming from you. Because abuse and rape of women on the reservation you come from is off the charts
on January 15,2013 | 11:59AM
myviewofthings wrote:
bwahahahahahahahahahahahahahah.........
on January 15,2013 | 12:27PM
allie wrote:
exaggerated!
on January 15,2013 | 02:48PM
cunfuzd4 wrote:
not by much
on January 15,2013 | 03:54PM
myviewofthings wrote:
isnt prostitution illegal
on January 15,2013 | 12:28PM
pakeheat wrote:
It is, but the military men wants it for free, LOL.
on January 15,2013 | 01:08PM
myviewofthings wrote:
cause get so many trolls like you
on January 15,2013 | 01:13PM
control wrote:
takes a troll to know a troll
on January 15,2013 | 06:58PM
Morimoto wrote:
Yikes!!! Allie in da house again. Please be safe, we don't want you ending up as another "story" on the front page of the SA.
on January 15,2013 | 01:55PM
allie wrote:
I get off close to midnight some nights. But I feel safe on the bus. It gets kinda crazy at the bus stop with the homeless. Ummm..and what are SOME guys doing in the dark?
on January 15,2013 | 02:50PM
fishwrider wrote:
fantasizing again, sir?
on January 15,2013 | 05:24PM
Poipounder808 wrote:
Did you ever figure out where the cab of a truck is???
on January 15,2013 | 02:59PM
fishwrider wrote:
LOL!!!!!!
on January 15,2013 | 05:25PM
HonoluluHawaii wrote:
Went Makai on Kapahulu Avenue at about 8:00am. Ala Wai Boulevard and Kuhio Avenue was packed. Took me half an hour to get from Leonard's Bakery to Kalakaua Avenue. Many on the roads were probably thinking, omg, could they not be done with this investigation already? Then, we read about the horrid details. btw, I went all the way around to Kahala Mall via Diamond Head Road, and saw some filming crews on the road leading toward the Waialae Country Club. Looked like maybe Hawaii Five-O filming. lol.
on January 15,2013 | 11:54AM
HonoluluHawaii wrote:
Pocho u did yourself proud. This is the longest thread on this forum.
on January 15,2013 | 04:03PM
HonoluluHawaii wrote:
This is the 42nd comment.
on January 15,2013 | 04:05PM
fishwrider wrote:
and you just added 3 redundant comments. congrats.
on January 15,2013 | 05:26PM
fishwrider wrote:
I believe I started this whole conversation by inquiring about the military angle. Please scroll up. Thanks.
on January 15,2013 | 05:28PM
HonoluluHawaii wrote:
So what high school did u graduate from? Fishwrider is an interesting name.
on January 15,2013 | 05:42PM
Anonymous wrote:
Police 1 - Bad Guys 0
on January 15,2013 | 06:01AM
fishwrider wrote:
This comment has been deleted.
on January 15,2013 | 11:01AM
RichardCory wrote:
Bad Guys' score is MUCH higher.
on January 15,2013 | 05:47PM
Anonymous wrote:
Yeah, and some clueless folks blame Dog for giving Hawai'i a 'bad name".
on January 15,2013 | 06:21AM
Hanalei13 wrote:
Seriously? You really want to go there? Incidents like this rarely happen in Hawaii, let alone in Honolulu. Being one of the largest cities in the US and one of the most populous state capitals, HPD does a great job at keeping us all safe. Dog misrepresents a lot about Hawaii. But then again, it seems like you've already formed your opinion so I'm not sure you are open to discussion.
on January 15,2013 | 07:18AM
Pocho wrote:
You no read da papers? Waikiki late night always get something bad happening?
on January 15,2013 | 07:46AM
GooglyMoogly wrote:
HPD can't be all places at all times. You very rarely hear of an officer-involved shooting, much less a full-blown shootout. So, yeah, they do a pretty damn good job.
on January 15,2013 | 08:17AM
allie wrote:
yup..scary
on January 15,2013 | 01:07PM
ezridah wrote:
he gives Hawaii a good name ? He did put Hawaii on the map but so did Pearl Harbor.
on January 15,2013 | 08:00AM
copperwire9 wrote:
I'm with you on that one, ez. Dog is an embarassment.
on January 15,2013 | 09:52AM
HAJAA1 wrote:
Dog didn't put Hawaii on the map. LOL!!!!!
on January 15,2013 | 09:54AM
Mike174 wrote:
Waddia bet: Drugs & Alcohol
on January 15,2013 | 06:39AM
5xcalibir2 wrote:
take it a step further.....lets bet on WHICH drug.
on January 15,2013 | 08:02AM
busterb wrote:
The mom is waking up now... "Oh he was always a good boy." "The teachers never understand him." "His boss nevah like him." Tita gets to the mic, "Yeah he been hanging wit one bad crowd for over 10 years now." Pops steps up, "MY TRUCK!"
on January 15,2013 | 06:59AM
IAmSane wrote:
This is getting old.
on January 15,2013 | 07:11AM
Hanalei13 wrote:
What does this have to do with anything? It does no good to make assumptions and stereotype. Granted, humor can sometimes lighten the mood, but your comment seems hardly appropriate or timely. The loss of life is never something to scoff at nor is the situation.
on January 15,2013 | 07:20AM
pakeheat wrote:
You always hear the same lame excuse about their loved ones who did the crime, nothing new. Don't know if busterb was trying to be humorous, just the facts?
on January 15,2013 | 07:41AM
5xcalibir2 wrote:
you forgot the girlfriend or wife with the four kids....now who going sell the drugs and support us?
on January 15,2013 | 08:08AM
sak wrote:
Waianae, Homegrown Trouble! It's the water!
on January 15,2013 | 06:59AM
SteveToo wrote:
Eh, no pick on Wai`anae, yet!
on January 15,2013 | 07:57AM
SteveToo wrote:
C? I told you bozo.
on January 15,2013 | 04:43PM
8082062424 wrote:
seems you were wrong. never assume
on January 15,2013 | 10:52AM
kaleo_1 wrote:
military-- not even Wai'anae
on January 15,2013 | 02:35PM
LKK56 wrote:
I sure hope that suspect has medical insurance!
on January 15,2013 | 07:06AM
jess wrote:
Suspect was shot & killed according to K5.
on January 15,2013 | 07:39AM
LadyNinja wrote:
As always, thank you for the job you do HPD!
on January 15,2013 | 07:15AM
Anonymous wrote:
Don't mess with the good guy's who have the gun's. Lesson learned.
on January 15,2013 | 07:16AM
myviewofthings wrote:
da buggah stay mahkeh diedead.
on January 15,2013 | 07:50AM
Publicbraddah wrote:
Hope the injured officer fully recovers. One less low life to deal with.
on January 15,2013 | 08:04AM
false wrote:
Yup, and still counting. The year is still young.
on January 15,2013 | 08:26AM
Ronin006 wrote:
I'm waiting for the report that says the guy had 20 to 30 prior arrests and convictions and served little, if any, time. Then we will hear from family members who will say he was a good guy and that the police used excessive force. Good job, cops.
on January 15,2013 | 09:00AM
kispest wrote:
Police saved the tax payers a lot of money. Trial and maybe life in prison. Good Job HPD!
on January 15,2013 | 09:57AM
kailua000 wrote:
Life? this is hawaii. you can murder, rape, pillage and you get out in 3 years.
on January 15,2013 | 04:17PM
HonoluluHawaii wrote:
Some not even reported to the authorities.
on January 15,2013 | 05:22PM
whaole wrote:
Unbelieveable! I can't believe you would release this story without proofing your work. I guess you got caught up in the story you forgot to check your text . . .
on January 15,2013 | 09:10AM
Mahalo wrote:
Nice truck
on January 15,2013 | 09:44AM
HAJAA1 wrote:
At least it ended well.
on January 15,2013 | 09:55AM
false wrote:
I'm surprised the police haven't released information on why they were chasing this guy. The article only describes him as a "suspect."
on January 15,2013 | 10:03AM
kgolfinghawaii wrote:
They did...the guy was driving the wrong way on a one way street. Drove up on the sidewalk when foot beat officers tried to stop him, tried to run one over, etc, etc. I think that about covers it.
on January 15,2013 | 12:33PM
HOSSANA wrote:
Hey, Hanalei, get your head out of the ground and come into the real world. How does Dog misrepresent a lot about Hawaii?? His program shows the real side or the seamy side of the undercurrent of our society...the drugs, prostitution, homelessness, gambling etc..etc.. are here in Hawaii and all the local crumbs that skip bail is as portrayed by Dog going after those scum bags...talk to the Deputy Sheriffs who have the unenviable tasks of serving the summons or the cops who work undercover or the bailiffs and they will definitely give you a different pix than what you believe exist in Hawaii....Don't be an octopus but raise your head and see the real Hawaii....
on January 15,2013 | 10:57AM
96706 wrote:
How sad .... was the soilder diagnosed with PTSD? Everyone involved definitely traumatized.
on January 15,2013 | 11:13AM
Kawipoo wrote:
No wonder policeman were injured. The bozos were probably standing in a circle firing toward the center. Twenty shots is a little excessive. I am glad that Darwin came through again however!
on January 15,2013 | 11:27AM
Bdpapa wrote:
Military man in Waikiki, again. It seems there are some issues to be addressed by the military brass.
on January 15,2013 | 11:52AM
fshnpoi wrote:
guess you'd prefer they be kept in their cages on schofield till they go back to iraq or afghanistan?
on January 15,2013 | 12:05PM
Wardog wrote:
Good idea!!
on January 15,2013 | 12:32PM
hikine wrote:
HPD has to use lethal force to stop someone from harming others. What if the guy killed your family member while he was behind the wheel? Would you blame the guy or HPD for letting him keep driving? He probably had post traumatic stress syndrome.
on January 15,2013 | 12:39PM
mrluke wrote:
PTSD has become a cop-out, used by niave civilians, for every bozo who gets into trouble!
on January 15,2013 | 02:12PM
false wrote:
you go through your entire life until you're shot and killed by police at 4 a.m. in Waikiki. From the way this guy was driving, he must have been drunk out of his mind and seeing quadruple. Hope it doesn't turn out that he was just back from fighting in Afghanistan. That would be enough to make anyone loopy.
on January 15,2013 | 01:29PM
RKC808 wrote:
Very sad . Please remember people, we have a war going on. When these soldiers go abroad, they are in Harms Way. PTSD and suicides are a reality for some of these soldiers who experienced things we civilians cannot imagine in our craziest nightmares. Also, remember, this soldier had a mom , dad and probably siblings who loved him. May God bless his soul.
on January 15,2013 | 02:01PM
turbolink wrote:
Thank you RKC808 for putting this into perspective. And thank you HPD for doing what you could to end this sad episode, regardless of how it turned out. It's a very tough job, you put yourselves in harm's way to protect others.
on January 15,2013 | 02:21PM
allie wrote:
agree...suicide by cop is all too common
on January 15,2013 | 02:51PM
turbolink wrote:
Thank you Dr Allie, but let's leave the diagnosis to those trained to give it.
on January 15,2013 | 03:59PM
fishwrider wrote:
Allie is a guy.
on January 15,2013 | 05:27PM
sanababeets wrote:
Thank you for this post. For all we know, this young man may have served multiple tours in the sand box. When they come back messed up in the head, they DON'T always search for HELP. The stories my husband brought back with him were completely UNTHINKABLE! It took our family over TWO years to transition back to normal life after my husband came back after ONE (13 month long) tour. I can't even imagine going through MULTIPLE tours. We don't know this guys story so the judging is unnecessary. Sad ending to such a young life. But it is what it is.
on January 16,2013 | 05:29AM
Anonymous wrote:
Once they had the culprit cornered, trapped with nowhere to go, is there some non-deadly force that could have been used to subdue him? There must have been a lot of adrenaline pumping and emotion on the part of the police officers, but they get paid to be the cool professionals.
on January 15,2013 | 03:43PM
Coldwater wrote:
hpd will use the excuse the truck is a deadly weapon. I think they had him cornered, so why shoot.
on January 15,2013 | 04:02PM
HonoluluHawaii wrote:
Because he did the most elementary of all behaviors: resisting arrest.
on January 15,2013 | 04:11PM
kainalu wrote:
For those that haven't been following along, we've lost more soldiers to suicide last year than we did in the wars. Otherwise most know - war is hell.
on January 15,2013 | 04:05PM
Mana07 wrote:
Wow a vehicle used as a weapon. Better have BHO ban them.....
on January 15,2013 | 04:12PM
Grimbold wrote:
Better the soldier died by police bullets, than waiting until he would have killed some unlucky bystander with his reckless driving,
on January 15,2013 | 04:23PM
niimi wrote:
Doesn't this sort of stuff happen along the Waianae Coast about once a quarter?
on January 15,2013 | 06:59PM
HonoluluHawaii wrote:
Every month. Some do not get in the news.
on January 15,2013 | 08:28PM
rayhawaii wrote:
Just a soldier drunk having a good time, make a wrong turn and try to turn around, then the next thing you know someone is shooting at him and he's back in combat in a hummer being fired upon by the enemy and he's trying to save his buddies. You'll find out he was a great solider, son, brother, mentor, hero, and possible father, great neighbor who always helped others and never asked for anything.
on January 15,2013 | 07:57PM
64hoo wrote:
I wonder if he was one of the schofield soldiers that just got back from afghanastan and had PTSD and wanted the police to kill him because he could not do it himself a very sad story.
on January 15,2013 | 08:26PM
HonoluluHawaii wrote:
An autopsy would reveal alcohol i think.
on January 15,2013 | 08:27PM
64hoo wrote:
probably needed a few drinks to get up the courage to do what he did for HPD to kill him. when you think about it because he did not have enough courage to kill himself..
on January 15,2013 | 08:42PM
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