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Famous Holistic Doctor And Wife Did Not Commit Suicide – Neighbors Claim

According to neighbors of a well known holistic Manhattan doctor and his wife, the pair were heard “screaming” just moments before they allegedly jumped to their deaths.

As has been widely reported in the mainstream media, Dr. Glenn and Patricia Scarpelli both apparently killed themselves in a suicide pact due to the financial burden they suffered over rising health care costs. According to reports, the couple left behind typed suicide notes which have not yet been published by any media outlet. They also left behind two young children who friends say they cherished more than life itself.

However, according to neighbors, loud screaming was heard just moments before the pair jumped out of the window of a Manhattan skyscraper, raising questions about whether this latest ‘suicide’ is yet another in a longline of suspicious holistic doctor deaths that have occurred within the last 12 months.

Healthnutnews.com reports: On Friday, July 28, at around 5:45 a.m., a well known holistic Manhattan doctor (who loved his family and was a regular volunteer including a first responder at 9/11) and his wife allegedly jumped to their deaths leaving separate and typed suicide notes, in securely sealed ziplock baggies, in their pockets. (You get to decide how you feel about that. Also, can you think of the last time the news published a picture of a suicide note? Me either but you can see it below.)

They were found on the street shortly before 6 a.m. by a shocked woman who worked at a nearby store.

We find it interesting (if not absurd), that the few mainstream outlets who reported the news initially stated they killed themselves over Obamacare which was not repealed a few hours before they died. Then, we watched some of the headlines change (ours never did) as they switched the narrative to say it was because of financial woes as described in the typed notes.

A misleading title on mainstream:

Another article with a misleading article, as later it was reported authorities misspoke when they initially said it was because of “health care bills” (It was not).

From the NY POST: (one of the few mainstream sources to even report the tragedy)

“The bodies of 53-year-old famed chiropractor Dr. Glenn Scarpelli and his wife, 50-year-old Patricia Colant, were found in the middle of the street on 33rd Street between Park and Madison avenues in Murray Hill after the pair jumped from the ninth-floor window of a 17-story corner office building on Madison Avenue at about 5:45 a.m., police said.

Glenn, whose office was on the same floor of the building where the couple jumped, titled the suicide note found in his pocket, “WE HAD A WONDERFUL LIFE.” It was typed on a piece of white paper.”

Dr Scarpelli’s wife, Patty,  also had a suicide note in her pocket asking that someone take care of their children who were upstairs. (And why were the children upstairs when they didn’t jump from their apartment building and from their holistic clinic which was on Madison Avenue? Does that mean their sweet kids saw them jump?)

And speaking of their children, what – do you suppose- was the reason they would leave their children and jump to their deaths? Debt. They were in debt. Allegedly. And not even $250,000 according to experts.

We don’t know much else at this time but we have many friends in common with Dr. Scarpelli and his wife. Our heart goes out to their family. We understand from neighbors and these mutual friends (not to mention patients!) who are telling us directly that they  that they were incredibly kind, loving, happy, generous and “full of life”.  They state that this “doesn’t add up” and is “hard to believe to say the least”.

We will update you as soon as more information becomes available.

HERE IS THE GOFUND ME for the kids – we always share these for the families and thank the thousands who have donated because of them.

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