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The other side of the suicide in the streets of Athens sparking violent riots again.
Police are saying -- retired -- shot himself -- a crowded square to the Greek parliament his suicide note.
Blaming the government for the country's financial crisis.
In the Kellogg watching that from London what was the reaction to this -- Well bill if this man had killed himself at home it would've been just another sad story of suicide in a country where suicide rates are rising.
At an alarming pace but because this man killed himself in a public place a major square across the street from the parliament.
It became a public -- -- very symbolic act -- it touched off.
A raw nerve in Greek society this 77 year old retired pharmacist killed himself.
He said before shooting himself so that he would not leave debts behind.
For his daughter -- people -- -- angry on the streets of Greece about austerity.
Cuts came out they clashed with police say hurled objects.
Resent you know has not been able to pay debts and -- To European Union bailout may need a third -- one in five people are out of work what what is the mood in Athens today with a reports we're getting -- me.
Well bill it's gone from being one of confrontation to one -- very somber reflection people have come out on -- to this.
Site where the man killed himself under -- -- leaving flowers there leaving notes some people have even.
-- contributions to his family on line.
Now the Greek presses is publishing excerpts of the suicide note that he reportedly left in which he said.
That because the government had cut his pension which he himself had built up -- over the years.
He found no other way out then what he called his dignified end to his life which of course.
Was killing himself will watch -- economic developments there and oftentimes they have an impact here in the killer thank you in London --
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