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Denton suicide was her fault and no one else's

The Left will blame anyone but themselves when they are to blame. Suicide is sad, but it's ulimately an act of cowardess and nothing changes that. Denton was a coward.

This site is idiotically hammering Michelle Malkin for somehow being responsible for the act of suicide committed by UC Santa Cruz Chancellor Denice Denton last month. Denton committed suicide because she was about to get hammered for certain "impropriaties":

"Denton had been provided a 2,680-square-foot home on the UC Santa Cruz campus, the subject of a story in a Chronicle series this spring examining perks and pay in the UC system.

Before she moved into her university-provided house on campus in 2005, she asked for dozens of improvements -- everything from a new ($30,000) fence for her dogs to new wiring,
speakers, amplifier and CD player for a built-in sound system, according to university documents. In all, a $600,000 upgrade was made to the home, though it is not clear how many of the improvements were at Denton's request. Denton's annual salary was $282,000."


The hammer was to be a major nepotism investigation reference her influence in gettings ato $192,000 a year job for her partner, Gretchen Kalonji. That combined her so-called inability to handle the pressure of her job, along with the above questionable perks, caused her to take the "easy way" out. It was HER CHOICE to jump, not crictism - valid as it was and is of HER CHOICE of actions while on earth.





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