Thursday, May 18, 2017

Suicidal Call For Help Leaves Afghanistan Veteran Dead

Afghanistan Veteran, husband, Dad, friend and now dead after over a decade of folks running all over the country making veterans aware they are committing suicide. Trouble is, they forgot to actually mention to them how they can heal. 

If you are still supporting suicide awareness after reading this site, please stop reading. If you haven't gotten the message yet, you never will understand that you've been part of the problem.
Man shot, killed by Tustin police after standoff was Army veteran who struggled with PTSD, friend says
Orange County Register
By CHRIS HAIRE and ALMA FAUSTO
PUBLISHED: May 16, 2017
“This is something he was battling for three years,” she said Wednesday. Fuentes, who lived in Tustin and had a wife and a young son, served with Cannon’s husband and became like family.
TUSTIN A man fatally shot by police Tuesday night after a two-hour standoff was identified as 24-year-old Edwin Fuentes, who, a close friend said, served in the U.S. Army in Afghanistan and struggled with PTSD.

At about 7 p.m. Tuesday, May 16, there was a call of a suicidal man in the 16200 block of Main Street in Tustin, near the Santa Ana Zoo and Prentice Park. Officers found Fuentes sitting in a car in an alley behind an apartment complex, Tustin Lt. Bob Wright said.
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