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Mom Made Chilling Last Google Search Before She Fell To Her Death Off A Balcony Holding Her Son

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Mom Made Chilling Last Google Search Before She Fell To Her Death Off A Balcony Holding Her Son

It’s alleged her mental state in the months leading up to her death deteriorated.

The San Diego Police have officially ruled the death of Raquel Wilkins on September 29 as a murder-suicide. The 40-Year-Old killed herself alongside her 2-Year-Old son Denzel Wilkins-Browning, falling off a high point of the Petco arena, a baseball stadium located in San Diego, California, in the US.

Notably, the building was a six-story, and Raquel had looked up ‘easy suicide’ on Google before she died.

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The family of Raquel is contesting the ruling, and a witness has said that while standing on a bench, she lost her balance and fell over the edge. The witness added: “From my vantage point, looking at her back, it was almost like she rolled over the railing.” The BF of Raquel contest the idea her death was an accident. 

Christopher Browning [pictured in the middle] alleged the death was very intentional and very planned. 

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He explained that Raquel suddenly stared straight at him with an eerie silence, like a movie. “It was so quick, so fast. Both of them went over. It was very quiet. I was in complete shock,” Christopher told the New York Post. Another witness backed up his claims in a police report. They said: “Her demeanor walking up was so calm. She didn’t even look down. It looked just like she was trying to hop over a fence.” 

Reportedly, Raquel’s mental state in the months leading up to her death had deteriorated, and she had broken down in front of her boyfriend before.

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Christopher concluded: “To grieve in a healthy way, you have to honor the truth.” Raquel’s sudden decision to fall seemed strange as she had been seen happy and laughing on the day. As per the San Diego Tribune, the family’s attorney claimed the ruling was useful for the stadium owners and added: “The city of San Diego owns that ballpark, it’s legally responsible, assuming that what caused her to fall was anything but her intent.”

The attorney further said: “The only way the city is not at fault is if she intended to kill herself and her baby.”

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via Courtesy of Chris Browning and Family

However, Lieutenant Andra Brown clarified that the police came to the murder-suicide conclusion after “detectives conducted a thorough and comprehensive investigation that included dozens of interviews, reviewing of available video footage and collecting background information to determine what led to the deaths.” 

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