From his letter, it sounds like his main gripes were with politicians and accountants, not necessarily the IRS. Also, it sounds like a lot of his problems were results of poor decisions on his part, yet he's choosing to place the blame on others. Not surprising.
I understand he was going for more than just suicide, but still suicide none the less. With the way he did this though, makes me wonder what's going to be the next "great dynamic" method someone is going to think of to end their life, and if happens to take out a few extra people in the process oh well, they made TV and got their attention they so desperatly need right? People are just as sick today as they were 100 years ago, we've just gotten worse in the ways we show it.
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