“The teachers either they didn’t do ANYTHING!” , Daniel scrawled in the note.
A 13-year-old boy from Staten Island, New York, took his own life after being bullied by his classmates at school.
Daniel Fitzpatrick is a teenager at Holy Angels Catholic Academy. In his tragic suicide note, given by his parents to the New York Daily News, he said that his classmates didn’t like him and had stopped talking to him.
“I gave up”, he wrote.
Daniel was scheduled to start at Brooklyn’s Xaverian High School in fall.
Along with the note it says,“The teachers either they didn’t do ANYTHING!”.
After which, Julie Bolcer, New York medical examiner spokesperson, confirmed to the people that Daniel’s cause of death was hanging and it was a form of suicide.
His father condemned all the boys who placed torments to his son and the Catholic School that told him,
“You’ll be fine…These things will pass”,when Daniel asked for help.
Before which, due to what happened to him, he posted a video on Facebook saying, Daniel before suicide posted a video on Facebook and he says Daniel before suicide posted a video on Facebook and he says,
“Thank you to all the people out there for your support and condolences, your thoughts and your shares.”
Daniel’s story is now out there for the world to know the pain that he went through.
According to his father, “No parent should have to bury their child. No child should have to go through what my son went through.”
Daniel’s father also continued,“To the parents of the boys that tormented my son, all I have to say is I hope you never have to fell that my family is going through right now. You get to hold your children every night and the 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.”
They call him names and embarrassed him at school.
Most of all, Daniel’s father said that he felt like the whole school knew what was going on and was laughing behind his back and they humiliated him.
Daniel’s funeral took place at Harmon Funeral Home in Staten Island.