So this 33 year old junkie is a prime example of why home detox programs don’t work. His wife decided to try and force him to break his junk habit by locking him in their home and taking the keys with her when she left to get groceries.
In her absence, he availed himself of the opportunity to escape and find more smack. Unfortunately, the window he chose to utilize as his avenue of egress was wide enough to accommodate his emaciated, drug-addled frame but NOT his bulbous fucking head.
So he got stuck and slowly asphyxiated to death. Neighbors reported hearing him screaming for help, but they all ignored it because they assumed he was just screaming for someone to bring him drugs.
Probably the best case scenario here, to be truthful. Any Brazilian fiending hard enough to choke himself in a window was only a half-step away from gutting some mother-of-three for her pocket change.
On 24 March 1998, cousins Mitchell Johnson (13) and Andrew Golden (11), dressed in camouflage gear, opened fire from woodland near their school in Jonesboro, Arkansas, while their classmates were engaged in a fake fire drill initiated by the two boys. In a few brief moments they had gunned down 12-year-olds Natalie Brooks, Paige Ann Gerring and Stephanie Johnson and 11-year-old Brittany Varner. Ten other pupils were wounded and a teacher, Shannon Wright later died from her injuries. Significantly, all the victims were female; Johnson and Golden’s targets were girls who had refused to date them. One of the wounded was Johnson’s 11-year-old former girlfriend, Candace Porter, who had broken up with him the previous day. Johnson’s lawyers claimed that their client had become distured since he had been molested at the age of six, whilst Golden’s defense was a plea of insanity. In court both boys were found guilty of murder and of attempted murder, but under Arkansas law they could only be tried as juveniles, which meant they were both released at the age of 21.
Mitchell Johnson is back in prison. Federal prison this time around.