Suicide Pact


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An agreement to complete suicide by two or more individuals
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A Humberside Police spokesman said: "At the moment it is far too early to speculate on the possibility of a suicide pact.
Police thought they had died in some sort of suicide pact because of the distress of their spouses' affair.
Our investigation comes days after two women killed themselves in an apparent suicide pact in Putney, South-West London.
PROBE: Police and fire officers at scene ALERT: Sign on the car window DEVASTATING: Joanne Lee, left, whose body was found in a car, above, with Stephen Lumb after what is believed to be a suicide pact.
Recently a global internet suicide pact between 32 people on Valentine's Day was foiled by US police.
An investigation was launched after two prisoners sharing a cell died in an apparent suicide pact yesterday.
A doting couple of 88 and 83 were found dead after an apparent double suicide pact.
A couple drowned Monday in an apparent suicide pact after their car fell from a cliff into the sea in Yaizu, Shizuoka Prefecture, central Japan, police said.
A woman whose decomposed body was found Saturday in a minivehicle in Wakayama Prefecture has been identified as the Filipino wife of a Japanese man who died in an alleged suicide pact with his two daughters and his mother, police said Monday.
In wartime, it is useful to remember Justice Goldberg's oft-quoted phrase, that the Constitution 'is not a suicide pact.
THESE are the brothers who killed themselves in a suicide pact.
A pair of life coaches who hosted a self-empowerment radio show called "The Pursuit of Happiness" killed themselves on Monday in an apparently suicide pact, police said.