After failing to deal with the UK’s CCP Virus (coronavirus) lockdown, a 15-year-old boy in the Welsh town of Treorchy committed suicide, the Daily Mail reported.
Before hanging himself in late March 2020, Kian Southway sent a Snapchat message saying, “Goodbye everybody.” Kian died four days after attempting suicide, despite his family’s intervention and medical attention.
Kian was described as a “talented kickboxer” who “loved school and … being out with the boys.”
“Kian was brilliant, he was famous, and he was a joy to teach,” said his mother, Jolene Southway.
Unfortunately, after the government declared a state of emergency in March of last year, this would change. On March 18, schools were forced to shut, and five days later, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson declared the first lockdown.
During an inquest into Kian’s death, it was discovered that the lockdown had caused him to miss school and his mates. Kian was also concerned about being unable to take his exams and having to rely on expected grades for his General Certificate of Secondary Education, according to the inquest held in the Welsh town of Pontypridd (GCSE).
Furthermore, the hearing was told that Kian quarreled with a girl he was close to before committing suicide. Both of them “were more than just friends,” the girl told police, and she last saw Kian “the weekend prior to his death.” She only found out about Kian’s death on March 27 when she “was forwarded a Snapchat story.”
Darcey Southway, Kian’s younger sister, was also alerted to the social media message by relatives. When their parents went to check on Kian, they discovered him hanged in his bedroom. The young man was taken to the hospital, but his condition soon deteriorated, and he died on March 31.
Kian’s death was ruled a suicide by Coroner Thomas Artherton. “It’s tragic when a young person dies, but this is a greater tragedy when you take into account the circumstances of a young man with a loving family and close friends.”
Jolene cautioned people of the risks of lockdowns, which she had personally witnessed after her son’s suicide.
“Kian wasn’t suffering from mental health issues [and] he wasn’t depressed. We need people to know how quickly this happens. I think he literally felt isolated from the world,” she said.
“We are a family you don’t expect this to happen to. Kian had the best life. [The lockdown] destroys people [and] families, it destroys everything.”
Natural News cites two other examples of the mental breakdown leading to suicide caused by prolonged isolation. After failing to deal with the virus pandemic, former police chief James Connelly Webster killed himself in April of last year. Maureen Webster, his wife, said the 58-year-old became “paranoid and neurotic” when isolating himself for fear of infecting his loved ones with the CCP Virus.
In another case, after his company was forced to close due to the COVID-19 pandemic, 55-year-old financial advisor Nick Gunnell drowned in the River Ouse. After a six-day search, authorities discovered the York resident’s body 150 meters upstream from Scarborough Bridge. According to CCTV video, Gunnell was last seen heading down to the riverside in the afternoon of June 30. He seemed to be “slightly unsteady on his feet” in the same video.
Before disappearing, Assistant Coroner John Broadbridge said Gunnell left a note for his loved ones expressing remorse and apologizing, along with the words “COVID got me.” The pandemic, according to Broadbridge, had a devastating impact on Gunnell’s financial advisory company and ruined what was supposed to be his year. Furthermore, the coroner claimed that Gunnell had been suffering from anxiety and sleeping issues.