Suicide of Hamed Nastoh

Hamed Nastoh
Hamed Bismel Nastoh (December 18, 1985 – March 11, 2000) was a Canadian high school student who killed himself by jumping off the Pattullo Bridge due to bullying.wikipedia
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Bullying

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Hamed Bismel Nastoh (December 18, 1985 – March 11, 2000) was a Canadian high school student who killed himself by jumping off the Pattullo Bridge due to bullying.
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Pattullo Bridge

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Hamed Bismel Nastoh (December 18, 1985 – March 11, 2000) was a Canadian high school student who killed himself by jumping off the Pattullo Bridge due to bullying. The Nastoh family lived on 143rd Street in Surrey, around 10 kilometres away from the Pattullo Bridge, which spans the Fraser River and links Surrey and New Westminster.

Enver Creek Secondary School

Hamed Nastoh attended Enver Creek Secondary School in Surrey, British Columbia, along with his brother Abdullah. A week before his death, Hamed had attended a suicide awareness talk at Enver Creek Secondary School, given by a mother who had lost her son.

Surrey, British Columbia

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Hamed Nastoh attended Enver Creek Secondary School in Surrey, British Columbia, along with his brother Abdullah. The Nastoh family lived on 143rd Street in Surrey, around 10 kilometres away from the Pattullo Bridge, which spans the Fraser River and links Surrey and New Westminster. Nasima has presented Hamed's suicide note and story to numerous Canadian schools in Abbotsford, Hope, Mission, New Westminster, North Vancouver, Richmond, Surrey, Vancouver and Whistler.

Fraser River

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The Nastoh family lived on 143rd Street in Surrey, around 10 kilometres away from the Pattullo Bridge, which spans the Fraser River and links Surrey and New Westminster.

New Westminster

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The Nastoh family lived on 143rd Street in Surrey, around 10 kilometres away from the Pattullo Bridge, which spans the Fraser River and links Surrey and New Westminster. Nasima has presented Hamed's suicide note and story to numerous Canadian schools in Abbotsford, Hope, Mission, New Westminster, North Vancouver, Richmond, Surrey, Vancouver and Whistler.

Blunt trauma

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Hamed Nastoh died from blunt trauma after his eye hit a rock in the water at around 108 kilometres per hour.

Suicide

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A week before his death, Hamed had attended a suicide awareness talk at Enver Creek Secondary School, given by a mother who had lost her son.

British Columbia

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Hamed's suicide from the Patullo Bridge made the Government of British Columbia to introduce the Grade 12 Homosexuality issues course.

British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal

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This course was meant to prevent a trial in court before the British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal, which made the agreement to listen to a gay couples complaints that secondary schools in British Columbia are blameworthy of prejudice by not talking about sexual identities as how the curriculum expects.

Abbotsford, British Columbia

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Nasima has presented Hamed's suicide note and story to numerous Canadian schools in Abbotsford, Hope, Mission, New Westminster, North Vancouver, Richmond, Surrey, Vancouver and Whistler.

Hope, British Columbia

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Nasima has presented Hamed's suicide note and story to numerous Canadian schools in Abbotsford, Hope, Mission, New Westminster, North Vancouver, Richmond, Surrey, Vancouver and Whistler.

Mission, British Columbia

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Nasima has presented Hamed's suicide note and story to numerous Canadian schools in Abbotsford, Hope, Mission, New Westminster, North Vancouver, Richmond, Surrey, Vancouver and Whistler.

North Vancouver (city)

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Nasima has presented Hamed's suicide note and story to numerous Canadian schools in Abbotsford, Hope, Mission, New Westminster, North Vancouver, Richmond, Surrey, Vancouver and Whistler.

Richmond, British Columbia

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Nasima has presented Hamed's suicide note and story to numerous Canadian schools in Abbotsford, Hope, Mission, New Westminster, North Vancouver, Richmond, Surrey, Vancouver and Whistler.

Vancouver

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Nasima has presented Hamed's suicide note and story to numerous Canadian schools in Abbotsford, Hope, Mission, New Westminster, North Vancouver, Richmond, Surrey, Vancouver and Whistler.

Whistler, British Columbia

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Nasima has presented Hamed's suicide note and story to numerous Canadian schools in Abbotsford, Hope, Mission, New Westminster, North Vancouver, Richmond, Surrey, Vancouver and Whistler.

Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Burnaby)

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