A Broome man who’s tourism business has gone bankrupt, leaving him and his young family homeless, thanked WA Premier Mark McGowan for keeping the WA border closed prior to committing suicide.
Mark Peterson left a touching suicide note for the state premier before hanging himself in his garage, citing the need to keep people safe from death from a disease they have a 99.9% chance of surviving, no matter what the cost.
“Thanks so much state daddy mark for keeping the common cold out of WA,” Peterson said in his suicide note.
“It’s only cost me and thousands of other families everything to keep a few boomers and the mining industry afloat. I’m sure my sacrifice won’t be in vain for all those brave Rio execs and public servants.”
Peterson’s family have been banned from identifying the body due to the risk of spreading COVID.