Jacintha Saldanha did not kill herself



1) why would a devout catholic commit suicide and send her soul to damnation and bring such shame to her beloved family?

2) Why would a nurse who worked in life and death situations be so shaken by a prank call as to kill herself.

3) Why were there bruises on her wrists. Could this not be an indication of being restrained?

3) Why were the 3 separate “suicide” notes discovered days after the body? Would she not leave them in immediate view to be discovered?

4) Why has only a mention of her criticism of the hospital been given out to the public what other important information do they contain?

5)Why have the family only been given a transcript of each letter and not the originals. What proof is there that the letters were written by Jacintha Saldanha? 


6) How were the police able to give the statement that there “were no suspicious circumstances” to her death at the same time the death was made public. What proof do they have?

7) None of her family, friends or workmates had any indication that she was suicidal. Why would this christian woman kill herself and abandon her beloved family at the most important time of year in the christian calendar?

Anon 



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14 Responses to “Jacintha Saldanha did not kill herself”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Hi Tap, Well Anon at 10.58 seems to have smelt a rat.
    Is truth stranger than fiction.
    Is it a load of old rubbish to direct our thoughts away from the Elite Paedophiles who have been rubbishing our Children, and getting away with it.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Now that is truly frightening. Thank you for bringing it all to our attention – we have only been fed scraps so far.

    Something about this entire episode stinks to high heaven.

  3. Shazza says:

    I am not so convinced that others are responsible (directly) for this nurse’s death.

    I have spent long periods over the years, in India.
    During these periods, I frequently read local and national newspapers.

    What I learned, is that suicide is not so uncommon with women, and frequently violent methods including hanging or fire are used.

    In India, bringing (perceived) shame on one’s family is quite often a catalyst for suicide.

    So what I am suggesting, is that PERHAPS this nurse felt that she would bring shame to her family, here and in INdia, once she was identified as the person who took that fateful phone call.
    Someone suicidal, does not think rationally, and may act impulsively.

    Remember, her husband said that she had not disclosed to anyone, that she had received the phone call.
    Perhaps she did not feel able to..

    What a shame, that she did not open up to anyone, about how she was feeling, and receive support.

    Finally, I wish to correct something – the article posted, asks the question ‘why were there bruises on her wrists’?
    *I understand from the post mortem, that it was cuts, not bruises, that were noted.
    Suggesting therefore that this too, was self inflicted.

  4. Anonymous says:

    These reader comments in the Mirror last week…

    Mary O’leary
    7:05 AM on 14/12/2012

    This nurse would have been put through Hell by the management.
    I worked there and I know and have first hand experience of the way they treated staff.
    I was called to Matron’s office for’ raising my voice’ to a porter who was basically not doing his job properly….full written inquiry..I didn’t let it effect me …we all had a good laugh about it. but STAFF were never ever supported,and in the case of the call well the s..t would really have hit the fan…wish I could talk with her family…

  5. Anonymous says:

    Version 1 – The Mirror

    //The Mirror has already revealed how Ben had not heard from his wife since Tuesday – when the prank call took place.

    He was so concerned he got a nurse friend to knock on her door on Thursday at around 9.30pm – but he never heard back. Mr D’Souza said: “Ben was extremely worried. He’d not heard from her all week and then she didn’t turn up on Friday at the right time.//

    Version 2 – Daily Mail

    //Ms Saldanha usually called her family in Bristol every evening. But on the Thursday night following the hoax call in the early hours of Tuesday morning, she did not call or text her husband, leaving him concerned.[That’s why he phoned Thursday but you don’t tell us this!]

    He called the hospital early on Friday morning and asked a colleague to check on her. But apparently, the nurse failed to do that. Another colleague went to her room at 9.30 am and found her body.//

    This Daily Mail version may suggest the husband called on Thursday 9:30pm and on the Friday morning. That would make a lot of sense as he was worried.

    Daily Mail leaves out earlier detail to give the impression his first call was on the Friday morning, so the reader does not ask question why nobody got back to him on the Thursday evening and nobody got back to him on the Friday morning.

    Do we know when Jacintha was last seen alive?

    http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/kate-middleton-prank-call-nurse-1487359

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2248794/Tragic-suicide-note-DJs-written-nurse-royal-hoax-I-hold-responsible.html?ito=feeds-newsxml

  6. Anonymous says:

    Hi Tap, Have any of our readers ever tried to phone the local Hospital, to get information about a relative.
    The Hospital staff are so useless, they would not have a clue, so would not have given any information to anybody, never mind about a high profile patient.
    They will come out with a load of rules why they cannot tell you anything.
    Just try it if you doubt this statement.

  7. Anonymous says:

    This is similar to Dr D. Kelly-
    Bruises on the wrist,
    Not the type for suicide,
    Had more to tell so they were silenced.

    I do feel sorry for her she didn’t deserve this, but like a lot of other situations the innocents are sacrificed to further politicians profets and aspirations.

    John

  8. Tapestry says:

    Shazza has left a new comment on your post “Jacintha Saldanha did not kill herself”:

    I am not so convinced that others are responsible (directly) for this nurse’s death.

    I have spent long periods over the years, in India.
    During these periods, I frequently read local and national newspapers.

    What I learned, is that suicide is not so uncommon with women, and frequently violent methods including hanging or fire are used.

    In India, bringing (perceived) shame on one’s family is quite often a catalyst for suicide.

    So what I am suggesting, is that PERHAPS this nurse felt that she would bring shame to her family, here and in INdia, once she was identified as the person who took that fateful phone call.
    Someone suicidal, does not think rationally, and may act impulsively.

    Remember, her husband said that she had not disclosed to anyone, that she had received the phone call.
    Perhaps she did not feel able to..

    What a shame, that she did not open up to anyone, about how she was feeling, and receive support.

    Finally, I wish to correct something – the article posted, asks the question ‘why were there bruises on her wrists’?
    *I understand from the post mortem, that it was cuts, not bruises, that were noted.
    Suggesting therefore that this too, was self inflicted.

  9. Anonymous says:

    Wait, people. I understand that the nurse that actually talked to the DJs about the “patient” was not Jacintha. What happened to that other nurse? Where is she? Who is she?

    And who informed the hospital about the prank? I don’t think they are listening to Australian FM in their wards. It must have been some media surveillance – guess who?

  10. Anonymous says:

    Not to mention, who announces pregnancy at such a high risk stage? 8weeks. Most women don’t feel safe to announce to their families until at least 12 weeks, so why would the Royal’s put it out there so much so early. As soon as i heard there was a hoax call, it stank. Then to hear Jacintha died so close to when Kate was released (beaming smile and looks healthier than anyone). The whole situation stinks and is so sad. What will we hear next

  11. Julia says:

    Yes I agree. The whole pregnancy announcement was really odd too. And why did Kate need to go to hospital for morning sickness? She would have private doctors visiting at th Palace for anything other than surgery. Surely they would vet the staff in attendance, and there would be security personnel taking the phone calls.

  12. Anonymous says:

    What I find strange is that she allegedly hanged herself after assumingly failing to cut her wrists… Now as a trained nurse, she would be very aware of the correct way to cut your wrists for efficient blood flow, so failing in that seems highly unlikely.

    Now as a caring professional, it is possible that she decided wrist slashing would be too messy for her friends to find, so turned to hanging… but this also is a very unpleasant thing to discover…I realise she was probably not in a rational state of mind if she actually did want to end herself, but surely the easiest and tidiest way to die would be to use morphine or sleeping pills which she could likely easily obtain at the hospital (disciplinary for stealing them wouldn’t matter obviously)…

    Add to that the way the press slowly leaked the details to see if we would swallow it….first it was ‘may have been’ suicide, but surely her effects would have been searched early on and any notes found…

    Also very unusual was the amount of time taken for a picture to appear in the papers, usually comes with the first story..

  13. Anonymous says:

    Its very possible that nobody who is posting a comment has ever studied history before? If any of you have even picked up a history book in the past couple of centuries then you would know that the British royal maggots and British kings/queens in the past have murdered millions of soldiers and people by forcing wars that should never have happened. So unless you have fish and chips up your butt, how could you not understand that its more then likely that the royals are responsible for the death of a nurse that had know real reason to end her life over a low life, old, ugly women like kate middleton!

  14. Anonymous says:

    Fine.. don’t publish my comment-or are you afraid the wrinkled queen will get one of her evil *ss kissers to come down chop your head off too for letting me post my comment? Dip*hit!

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