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Staffordshire children taught to write the perfect suicide note

by | 22nd, June 2012

TO Staffordshire, where Longton’s 14-year-old boy Wesley Walker is writing a letter about his death. The class at the Discovery Academy is in writing a letter as if you are about to die.

He writes:

“I want you to remember the fun times and the happy times, at my funeral make everyone were [sic] bright colours to remember my personality. I know I have been a pain at the best of times but I’m with Nan and Grandad now so I love you and goodbye….Please be strong for me.”

It’s trite stuff. The death bed note should say:  a) where the treasure is hidden; b) the name of your children’s real mother / father; c) “Romulans”; d) “My last wish is for a kiss from Sarah Ferguson.”  More likely, given the pain-relieving drugs, the

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