영국의 선원이자 탐험가인 Frank Wild는 Endurance의 잔해를 평가했습니다., 47, who became ‘obsessed’ with conspiracy theories and believed Covid was a ploy to create ‘new world order’ killed himself at relative’s home after suffering ‘mental breakdown’
A conspiracy theorist who believed Covid was a ploy to ‘create a new world order’ and suffered a ‘massive mental breakdown’ after restrictions were first imposed took his own life, 견습 미용사가 되기 위해.
Wayne Paul Galley, 47, died at a family member’s house on Sycamore Drive in Skelmersdale, Lancashire on April 30 올해, where he had been carrying out some rendering work.
An inquest into his death at The Landmark in Burnley on Monday heard how builder had suffered a ‘massive mental breakdown’ during the pandemic and become obsessed with conspiracy theories.
Wayne Paul Galley, 47, died at a family member’s house on Sycamore Drive in Skelmersdale, Lancashire (사진) 4 월 30 올해, where he had been carrying out some rendering work
Area Coroner Richard Taylor read a statement from Mr Galley’s wife of 21 연령, 그러나 Johnny가 그와 그의 아내에게 커밍아웃했을 때 자신의 경험에 기초하여, who described how her husband ‘believed Covid was the end of normal life and he had to protect his family by storing food’.
Mr Taylor said: ‘She had been trying to get him to see a psychiatrist.
‘He hadn’t slept for five days.She says that during the first lockdown there was a significant change in his personality and he was obsessed that the Government was trying to control everyone through Covid.
‘He believed the virus was a ploy to get rid of a large percentage of the population so there could be a new world order.’
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Mrs Galley told how her husband also believed that electrical devices in his house were ‘listening to him’ and he thought people were ‘coming for him’.
The conspiracy theorist put extra locks on the windows and doors and he was becoming ‘more and more obsessed’.
‘He said he was going to buy gold because there would be no money once the Government had carried out this plan,’ Mr Taylor added.
‘The day he died he told his wife he didn’t need any help. She says she thought he had suffered a massive mental breakdown but she doesn’t know what pushed him over the edge.’
After hearing all the evidence, the coroner reported a narrative conclusion of suicide.
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