Martin Manley included photos throughout the website he built to explain his decision to commit suicide. He wrote: "Not only (do I) look 60, I think 60. I act 60... I am 60 ... ! I'll never have to see myself at 70 or 80 -- and that's a good thing."
I suppose that"s technically true, but I"m not sure how much value there was in having each other -- since all that meant was that we shared the same roof."" border="0" height="360" width="640"/>Martin Manley at age four. "As a child I grew up poor along with my mom, dad, brother and sister. We didn't have much and it would be disingenuous to say we at least had each other. I suppose that's technically true, but I'm not sure how much value there was in having each other -- since all that meant was that we shared the same roof."
Manley is consistently matter-of-fact about the details of his suicide plan. But it's not hard to feel chills at this photo he snapped of the exact spot -- under the tree -- where he would take his own life.
COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Frustrated by conditions in his cell, obsessed with the quality of prison food and convinced that guards were mistreating him, Cleveland kidnapper Ariel Castro committed suicide as the reality of living out his life in prison set in, two consultants concluded Tuesday.