A suicide note left behind by a Bordelais Correctional Facility (BCF) inmate who attempted to do away with himself on Thursday, said that he felt ‘betrayed, rejected and unloved’.
Marvin Moise, 45, who is serving a life sentence for murder, was found by BCF guards on Thursday morning after 7.am in a standing position with a noose made from a bed sheet around his neck.
He was initially treated at the BCF Medical Unit and subsequently transferred to the Dennery Hospital.
The former resident of Bocage is currently receiving medical care.
“No one knows how I feel but me. I try to do my best, but it’s not good enough,” the suicide note that was found in his cell in the maximum security section of BCF stated.
“My mother is dead, my brother is dead, my father is dead, my children’s mother is dead, my grandparents are also dead,” Moise wrote, adding that he has also lost those who promised to stand by his side.
The inmate asserted that life was not what he dreamed it would be.
“It’s a mess,” he declared.
Moise also wrote that he was sorry if he hurt anyone.
“This world is not my home – I have to go and meet my mother,” he said.
Mervin Moise has been incarcerated from December 15, 1998 and was previously on suicide watch in September 2016.