A young man who killed himself after his depression and suicidal tendencies became a major media story.
He was 15 years old when he killed himself in a suicide attempt at a motel in Melbourne’s south-west in April 2016.
His mother, who had been watching him on TV, had seen a newspaper article about the young man’s suicide, and when she called the police, they had to go to the motel to look for him.
When they did, they found his body in a room.
Mum found him in the room After the police arrived, they began searching for his killer, but found no sign of him.
They were told that he had killed himself because he had not been able to cope with his depression.
The coroner’s inquest into his death heard that the young boy had been having suicidal thoughts for some time, had been in a mental health facility and had attempted suicide three times.
In his suicide note, he said he wanted to be the person who killed someone.
After his death, his mother, Joanne, said she was surprised at the response of police, saying it was a very unusual case.
She said that they had been trying to find out what had happened to him for a while.
“I thought he was dead and he was gone, but then I saw that the body had been moved from the room, and I realised that he was still alive,” she said.
At the inquest, the coroner, Peter Brown, said the police were not looking for anyone else.
‘Suicidal’ young man killed himself ‘I thought my son was dead’ Mums mother, Debbie, said that her son was not a threat to himself.
But she said she wanted answers to what had gone wrong.
Her husband, James, said he was relieved that the inquest had ended with a clear verdict.
It was a difficult case for me because I was still grieving, he told ABC News.
We wanted to know what happened, what happened to our son, and we were still trying to understand how we could have done something like that.
There were many factors, including the fact that we have two children and a new job and a young daughter, he added.
James and Debbie are now moving house, but James said he would not be moving his family back to his home.
They are trying to keep the suicide as private as possible.
A report on suicide prevention for young people, released in November 2016, said there were no clear guidelines for identifying young people who may be suicidal.
While there is no evidence that mental illness affects the likelihood of suicide, the report noted there were “significant social and cultural factors” that could contribute to the suicide rate among people in their early 20s.
For more information about depression, suicide, suicide prevention, mental health, and wellbeing, visit the Suicide Prevention Australia website.