READ THE MOST SHOCKING, SADDEST SUICIDE NOTE EVER WRITTEN FROM A 21-YEAR-OLD MAN WHO SAID HE CAME FROM A LOVING FAMILY AND HAD A GOOD LIFE, PLUS HE WAS IN AN IVY LEAGUE SCHOOL AND BREAKING RECORDS! THERE IS A SATANIC SUICIDE SPIRIT OF WOKEISM LOOSE THAT’S KILLING UPWARDLY MOBILE, EDUCATED, ACCOMPLISHED, RECORD-BREAKING YOUNG PEOPLE! This is inexplicable otherwise. Extraordinary student-athlete, 21-year-old Flordan ‘Flo’ Bazile, who set a new record for Dartmouth’s 100-meter sprint, is found dead in a Massachusetts river from suicide. The sad suicide note is in this article. - Living Strong Television Network
READ THE MOST SHOCKING, SADDEST SUICIDE NOTE EVER WRITTEN FROM A 21-YEAR-OLD MAN WHO SAID HE CAME FROM A LOVING FAMILY AND HAD A GOOD LIFE, PLUS HE WAS IN AN IVY LEAGUE SCHOOL AND BREAKING RECORDS! THERE IS A SATANIC SUICIDE SPIRIT OF WOKEISM LOOSE THAT’S KILLING UPWARDLY MOBILE, EDUCATED, ACCOMPLISHED, RECORD-BREAKING YOUNG PEOPLE! This is inexplicable otherwise. Extraordinary student-athlete, 21-year-old Flordan ‘Flo’ Bazile, who set a new record for Dartmouth’s 100-meter sprint, is found dead in a Massachusetts river from suicide. The sad suicide note is in this article.
Found in a Massachusetts river this past Tuesday, 21-year-old Flordan ‘Flo’ Bazile is now being mourned by his old UMass Dartmouth classmates

READ THE MOST SHOCKING, SADDEST SUICIDE NOTE EVER WRITTEN FROM A 21-YEAR-OLD MAN WHO SAID HE CAME FROM A LOVING FAMILY AND HAD A GOOD LIFE, PLUS HE WAS IN AN IVY LEAGUE SCHOOL AND BREAKING RECORDS! THERE IS A SATANIC SUICIDE SPIRIT OF WOKEISM LOOSE THAT’S KILLING UPWARDLY MOBILE, EDUCATED, ACCOMPLISHED, RECORD-BREAKING YOUNG PEOPLE! This is inexplicable otherwise. Extraordinary student-athlete, 21-year-old Flordan ‘Flo’ Bazile, who set a new record for Dartmouth’s 100-meter sprint, is found dead in a Massachusetts river from suicide. The sad suicide note is in this article.

Daniel Whyte III, President of Gospel Light Society International, again calls on those who know Jesus Christ in a real sense to pray and fast for these young people and to get back to your first love — the Lord Jesus Christ.

  • Found in a Massachusetts river this past Tuesday, 21-year-old Flordan ‘Flo’ Bazile is now being mourned by his University of Massachusetts Dartmouth classmates
  • In a post to Instagram time to publish after his death, Bazile revealed that he had been secretly suffering from what appears to be depression for several years
  • He made the declaration in a statement penned before officials found his body in a river seven miles from campus and revealed his cause of death was a suicide

A standout student athlete who broke his college’s 100-meter sprint record has died by suicide – after leaving a timed, heart-wrenching farewell to social media.

Found in a Massachusetts river this past Tuesday, 21-year-old Flordan ‘Flo’ Bazile is now being mourned by his old UMass Dartmouth classmates – after revealing on Instagram that he had been secretly suffering from depression for several years.

He made the declaration in an emotional statement penned before officials found his body in a nearby river and confirmed his cause of death.

In its own statement, the school’s athletics department framed him as ‘hard-working, passionate, [and] determined’ – not to mention ‘a champion’, and a ‘great friend.’

A ‘celebration’ of Bazile’s life, slated for 5pm on Thursday at the university’s 750 seat auditorium, is expected to be packed.

Divers and investigators did not find any significant trauma to his person – alleviating most suspicions of foul play. The Chief Medical Examiner put those suspicions to bed for those not keeping up with the athlete’s Instagram this week, when it confirmed his death was a suicide

He was last seen on campus around 2am on January 15, officials said – two days after competing at an event at Tufts University. His body was recovered in the Acushnet River seven miles away, cops said – before confirming he took his own life.

‘Hey everyone… this was scheduled to post after you know…’ Bazile’s final post reads.

‘First things first, I am sorry I am sorry to all my loved ones, my friends, anyone whose life I was in that is affected by this. I’m a hypocrite and a coward for taking the easy way it[sic].’

The college standout proceeded to lay bare how he had been secretly suffering from depression since – and potentially before – starting his undergrad at the prestigious school in 2021.

‘The past few years of my life have been tough mentally,’ Bazile – better known by his nickname ‘Flo’ – wrote.

Echoing statements from fellow students that painted him as bubbly, he added: ‘This may come off as a big shocker, as anyone that knows me knows I’m the happy, smiley, making everyone in the room laugh type of guys that just seems to never really be down.

In a post to Instagram designed to publish after his death, Bazile - better known by friends as Flo - revealed why he took his own life, stating that he for years has been suffering in silence

‘I just knew as soon as I walk out my door into the world to make sure I look fine and regular as I always do,’ the heartbreaking post went on.

‘Sometimes the mask would slip and someone who knows me would see and come up to me but I tried my hardest to make sure that didn’t happen. Mainly because I don’t like people to worry about me or have a thought that I wasn’t okay and would hit me with the “are you ok?”

‘[W]hich the default answer would be “yes” followed with a laugh after,’ he went on. ‘I had so many loving people around me yet I felt so alone. I am a peoples person that didn’t like myself. I am genuinely just an unhappy person.’

The post went on to reveal how the student was suffering from what seemed like textbook clinical depression.

He wrote: ‘Growing up my life wasn’t hard or anything, I had a loving family, an older sister that raised me and adored me with all her life.

‘I’d say on the outside I had a good life, had things going for myself but then again, moment I’m alone and in my room, my thoughts, just wander.

‘I realize now that thats[sic] probably why I was always involved in so much things, just doing anything and everything just so I wasn’t alone.

‘To anyone I’ve ever hurt or done wrong, I am truly sorry. I have no excused for what I did, I was only thinking about myself and I hate that thats[sic] the last memory you have of me.

‘To all the people whose life I ever left an impact on, whether it was making you laugh or smile, or mad you have a good day, I thank you. You Helped me keep going and I love you for that.

‘Lastly, I am sorry for putting so much false hope into the world, all the empty promises, talks about the future etc… because deep down I knew this was going to eventually happen. I was just prolonging it as much as I could.’

In a chilling signoff, he pleaded with his friends and family for understanding when it comes to his choice.

‘Try to be happy for me please. I’m finally happy and free. “I was crying out for help but wasn’t screaming loud enough.”‘

How Bazile killed himself, as of Tuesday, remains unknown. The Charlton College of Business student was revealed to be a member of the Class of 2026 as well marketing major – but no major insight was offered as to what may have influenced his death, apart from his note

Bazile’s body was found roughly 20 feet from the river’s eastern shoreline, at around 4:45 pm on Tuesday, Jan. 16, Massachusetts State Police said.

The New Bedford native was found in about 15 feet of water just north of the Coggeshall Street Bridge, cops added, after they had out extensive water and ground searches in the region.

Shortly before being reported missing, the student was seen leaving an on-campus dormitory in the very early morning.

Prosecutors with the Bristol County District Attorney’s Office later confirmed the discovery, before declaring it a suicide.

UMass Dartmouth Chancellor Mark A. Fuller remembered the accomplished sprinter in a statement sent across the school community

‘His coaches and teammates described Flo as hard-working, energetic, a champion, and a great friend,’ Fuller wrote in remembrance.

Bazile was last seen on campus around 2am on January 15, officials said – two days after competing at Tufts University. His body was recovered in the river seven miles away, cops said – before confirming his death was a suicide

Kimberly M. Scott, vice chancellor for student affairs, added that the school was offering grief counseling, and urged students secretly struggling with mental health to seek help.

‘You or your friends may be grieving the loss of our friend and brother, Flordan ‘Flo’ Bazile, or experiencing loneliness, anxiety, depression, and other mental health concerns,’ Scott said.

‘There is often a stigma attached to mental health, but I ask you to please speak up and reach out to someone if you need help.

‘We are a community, and we must support each other.’

The school’s athletic department added on Facebook: ‘The UMass Dartmouth Athletics Family is heartbroken by the unexpected passing’ and promised to share more information in the coming days.

The Charlton College of Business student, meanwhile, was revealed to be a member of the Class of 2026 as well marketing major – though no major insight, apart from his note, was offered as to what may have led to his his death.

He had succeeded athletically, and achieved a school record in the 100-meter dash this past May, with a time of 10.56.

He was also named the 2024 Little East Conference Track Athlete and Track Rookie Athlete of the Week over the past two weeks, since the start of the indoor season and his second school year.

A resident of Orlando, he joined Dartmouth in the fall of 2021, officials said.

He was reported missing Monday after UMass Dartmouth Police went to his dorm room for a well-being check, only to find him not there.

Authorities started searching the river at 10am Tuesday, before finding and retrieving the body.

Divers and investigators did not find any significant trauma to his person – alleviating most suspicions of foul play.

The Office of the Chief Medical Examiner put those suspicions to bed this week, when it confirmed his death was a suicide.

Ahead of his memorial, the UMass Dartmouth Student Government Association issued a statement showing what an impact the victim had on others during his short time on campus.

‘Bazile was a beloved student, friend, teammate, and leader here at UMass Dartmouth,’ the group wrote.

‘We will always remember his success, presence, and impact on the student body.”

More details gleaned by experts are expected to be aired in the coming days.

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