[FLIR EDITION] suspect from a robbery flees then blows his brains out on FLIR camera

***Warning: Child*** compilation of various types of suicide

Edition by: @GrimReaper

Music by: @GrimReaper

I had a little problem with the bass (it's always him 🙄), so I decided to "fix" the bass on my cell phone instead of waiting 15 minutes to open the project again in FL Studio.

Hope you like it 🖤


Woman hangs herself and record her own Suicide.



Man jumps off building, lands on a post

I have no context on this one, just a video I had lying around & didn't see posted yet!

Suicide from a grenade, police tried to stop him :marseygunshotsuicide:

Pls say if it is a repost

This happend in russia

Granade suicides are my fav suicides, I swear, change my mind :marseyretard2:


EFFORTPOST Ronnie McNutt's suicide | Write Up

Uncropped Version:

Live Chat:

Slowed Down:

Full Name:

Ronald Merle McNutt

Last Words:

“Hey guys, I guess that's it."


May 23, 1987 – August 31, 2020. 33 Years Old.


Remington Model 700 bolt action rifle.



His Shared YouTube:

His Other Shared YouTube:


Instagram: (it got removed)



Twitch: (thanks @danbruhh9)

His Shared Twitch:

Photos of Him:

The Ronnie McNutt foundation:

What Happened:

On August 31, 2020, McNutt began a Facebook livestream. His best friend, Joshua Steen, noticed the stream. He did not initially find it unusual as McNutt had routinely done livestreams in the past, but he became alarmed when he realized that McNutt was intoxicated and holding a single shot rifle. Steen allegedly attempted to intervene numerous times, particularly when McNutt misfired the rifle, hoping that Facebook would cut off the stream and end the video feed, preventing people from seeing into McNutt's home while Steen sought police intervention. Facebook refused to cut the stream, claiming that the stream was not in any violation of its platform's guidelines, as Ronnie McNutt had not yet fired a fatal shot. As the stream went on, McNutt's mobile phone rang frequently. The last call he received was from his ex-girlfriend, which he answered, leading to a brief argument between the two. After she ended the call, McNutt took hold of the gun and addressed the audience for the last time, saying his last words, "Hey guys, I guess that's it." He then aimed the rifle under his chin and fatally shot himself. About a second before he shot himself, the phone he'd left on his desk began to ring. The stream had been captured by multiple viewers. The New Albany Police Department had been called to the scene during the livestream, but did not enter McNutt's apartment until after they heard the fatal gunshot; his phone was still ringing as officers searched the scene. Police Chief Chris Robertson reported that his officers had secured the perimeter and evacuated nearby residents before attempting to communicate with McNutt via speakerphone, to no avail. A final message by Ronnie McNutt was later discovered on Facebook, saying, "Someone in your life needs to hear that they matter. That they are loved. That they have a future. Be the one to tell them". Two days after his suicide, McNutt was buried in Snowdown Church of Christ Cemetery in Prentiss County, Mississippi. There were unconfirmed reports that McNutt had lost his job and broken up with his girlfriend.


McNutt was a resident of New Albany, Mississippi, and had served in the United States Army Reserve, including in Iraq. He worked at a Toyota plant. He had a variety of mental health problems, such as depression as well as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), the latter of which was a direct consequence of his time served in the Iraq War in 2007 and 2008. In addition to this, he was also dealing with a recent break-up with his girlfriend; some reports also said that he lost his job during the COVID-19 pandemic, though Rolling Stone disputed this. McNutt was a Christian who regularly attended church.

Legal nonsense and Aftermath:

The video was downloaded and posted on Hoodsite, and the spread of the livestream started. Then the video of McNutt's suicide was posted by users across social media platforms such as Facebook, YouTube, TikTok, and Instagram, often as bait-and-switch content. According to Heavy, Facebook also initially refused to prevent the spread of recorded video of McNutt's misfire and suicide but later agreed to remove the videos from its platform. McNutt had not expressed any intent for the viral spread to occur. Variants of the video appeared in TikTok's "For You" page, so that users would scroll upon it without warning as the suicide automatically played, with the apparent intention of frightening or upsetting viewers as a form of trolling. The #ronniemcnutt hashtag had 15.6 million views on TikTok within the first few days after the suicide. Though the platforms worked to remove the videos, new uploads of it would appear from separate accounts, while links to the video also began to appear in Reddit's true crime communities. As TikTok caught onto the video with its algorithms, uploaders evaded detection by placing the video after pictures of unrelated, innocuous content. The incident was compared to the filmed suicides of anchorwoman Christine Chubbuck and politician R. Budd Dwyer. A large margin of the response online was one of sympathy towards McNutt, with users using the case as an opportunity to discuss mental health and suicide prevention, as well as concern over the video's prevalence online. Some TikTok users announced boycotts of the platform until the suicide video was completely taken down, while other users began posting prayers and messages of respect and commemoration for McNutt in the comments sections of the video uploads. Many parents reported that their children were highly distressed after encountering the video, with one girl becoming physically ill and needing to sleep with the lights on. Another parent argued that she fears her children, who accidentally discovered the video on TikTok, may have post-traumatic stress disorder. The Institute of Mums circulated further warnings for parents about seemingly benign video content hiding the McNutt video, stating, "Alarmingly, there are also reports of the video being sandwiched in the middle of cute and funny cat videos, which begin with viewer-friendly footage before quickly changing to the disturbing suicide." Then Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison called the video something that "no child should be exposed to", while cybersecurity expert Susan McLean publicly recommended that parents prevent minor children from accessing the TikTok app until the video was fully removed. The case sparked a debate over what legal liability is owed by Internet platforms that fail to promptly remove graphic and disturbing footage from public view, with the blame generally being placed on Facebook for failing to cut off the livestream during the initial suicide attempt itself. Joshua Steen had called Facebook multiple times, and had called the police, neither of which stopped the stream before McNutt had already committed suicide. Steen declared, "if some woman posts a topless photo, their software will detect that, remove it, and ban their account. That's apparently more offensive than my friend killing himself." It was argued by the two platforms that the "dark web" was responsible for the ongoing circulation of the video. TikTok released a public statement saying, "Our systems have been automatically detecting and flagging these clips for violating our policies against content that displays, praises, glorifies, or promotes suicide. We appreciate our community members who've reported content and warned others against watching, engaging or sharing such videos on any platform, out of respect for the person and their family." Facebook, likewise, publicly stated, "We removed the original video from Facebook last month, on the day it was streamed, and have used automation technology to remove copies and uploads since that time. Our thoughts remain with Ronnie's family and friends during this difficult time." He reported it to Facebook during the livestream, at 22:00 Mississippi time - two hours after the video had started, and half an hour before Ronnie killed himself. He said that he didn't get a response until 23:51, when Facebook told him that the video did not violate its community guidelines. By then, Mr McNutt was dead. He says “If Facebook had intervened then, my friend may still have committed suicide but at least there wouldn't be this video." On Mr McNutt's Facebook page, more and more comments were being posted. Many were unpleasant and Mr Steen reported them to the social network as harassment. But he said Facebook told him nothing could be done because he was not the account holder. He is aware that many will argue Mr McNutt should never have filmed his death in this manner and that others will blame him for the psychological damage inflicted on those seeing the video. But Mr Steen remains loyal to his friend. "I don't think that was his intention when he started the live," he said. "When you go back and follow his digital trail there is this beautiful telling of his life on various social-media platforms. He had a history of getting on a streaming service and talking." He also came across: 1. Fake profiles featuring Mr McNutt's image on Instagram, seemingly set up by trolls intent on luring people in to see images of his death. 2. Clips of the suicide on YouTube next to advertisements. 3. A video on YouTube showing the suicide with more than 500,000 views. 4. Reports of the clip still circulating on TikTok. In response, YouTube said it had clear policies that prohibit content containing or promoting self-harm. "We quickly remove any copies of this video uploaded to YouTube," a spokesperson said. "We extend our deepest sympathies to the family of Mr McNutt." TikTok repeated its claim that is systems "have been automatically detecting and flagging these clips". Mr Steen thinks Ronnie's family deserve more and hopes there can be action before another person in distress starts a live-stream. "I don't want this to happen to anyone else's family," he said. "These are the most powerful companies on Earth. We know that they have the monetary resources and they claim to have the tech - all they don't have is the ability to care." Steen started a campaign titled #ReformForRonnie, which calls on these companies to actively accept responsibility and ownership for what people post, respond more quickly, and take action against those who violate their policies. “[This] is a red flag, especially as we go into election season that these social media networks say that they're monitoring these channels for misinformation, we're monitoring these channels for abuse, we're monitoring these channels for threats and harassment, but are they? Because the actuality shows us that they're not," Steen said.

Quotes from those effected by the shock videos:

“If you see this guy on your FYP [For You page] please scroll up immediately, it's very gruesome and I highly suggest you stay away from TikTok for a while,” one user said on Twitter, according to the Daily Star.

“I was scrolling TikTok and suddenly there's a video of a guy that killed themselves with a shotgun and I am seriously warning you DO NOT watch it DO NOT SEARCH FOR IT because it's very terrifying and gory so pls BE CAREFUL god damn I'm shaking,” another user said.

“It's Fake” hoax:

Despite McNutt video being live streamed, a conspiracy theory is claiming his death to be fake. The hoax claim started soon after a fake account was created in McNutt's name. A screenshot of the chats from the account is being shared extensively on social media. In the comments, the user has written,"I faked my own death because life fucking sucks you know, i wanted to go away and i actually edited the video and made it into a live, i was talking to my mom during the live, and i feel better but i still wanna get away from this world."

His mom's reaction:

"I hope every one of you that are getting your 'kicks' from watching the video of my son ending his life rot in Hell!!"

Retard on one of the video on YouTube:

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Plus information from several other news sources, but fuck them.

TLDR: Veteran Commits Suicide. Suicide bad, life good.

If you or someone you know is thinking about suicide, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800-273-TALK (8255) or text the Crisis Text Line at 741-741.

Remember I love you guys :marseyloveyou:

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This post follows Rule 7:

Also no reposts of famous videos (unless you have a more HQ version, have a different POV, or are doing a writeup on it).

This took about a week to put together.




Bengali man shoots himself in the head on Facebook live because he had cancer. Talk about a petty reason to kill yourself 🤦🏻‍♂️


A 70 year-old Covid-19 patient reportedly died by suicide in the special ward for the virus patients at the district hospital in Haveri of Karnataka.

The man from the Lamani tribe from Ranebennuru had tested positive for Covid-19 on May 3 and was admitted to a local hospital, a police officer said.

On developing complications, he was shifted to Haveri District Hospital on May 5, the officer said.

He was found hanging near the door of the ward on Friday, he said.

The CCTV footage showed the man taking the extreme step after everyone else in the ward went to sleep, the police said.

"There were no complications as such. He was given proper treatment and care. He must have been frustrated," the officer said


This song:



"Jump down, jump down, don't be afraid

Rain quietly whispers into my soul

Jump down and don't worry

About where you'll end up

Jump down, jump down, don't be afraid

Your life is a complete lie

Jump down and don't worry about a thing

It doesn't matter if you die someday"


Here's an article about it (in french)

Burn in hell and soz to the kids


title is copy paste from source

Man kills himself by touching a high voltage line from a train :marseydisintegrate:

Idk if it is a repost or not, I hope its not :marseyshy:




Girl drinks bleach

Man commits suicide in the street by firecracker to the face (aftermath included)

No backstory

Suicide Edit By Me :marseygunshotsuicide:

Song is suicide cleanup by Birthday :headbang2: :headbang2:



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