Shannel Best Toronto ON Suicide, Woman died after being bullied by Rahaf Mohammed

Shannel Best Toronto ON Suicide, Woman died after being bullied by Rahaf Mohammed

Shannel Best Death – A woman died tragically on Mother’s Day after she was bullied by Rahaf Mohammed, according to reports. The victim has been identified as Shannel Best. According to reports, Shannel Best, a resident of Toronto, Ontario passed away by suicide. It was reported that she took her life after she was been bullied. Shannel was tenacious, curious and always mastered what she did very quickly. She was deeply passionate and her sense of humour was a gift to all those who knew her.

While announcing the death of Shannel Best, a friend said Rahaf Mohammed bullied this woman until she killed herself on mothers Day. “Shannel Best I’m so sorry you were going through this and nobody was there to save you. Rest in peace, Angel.” Thoughts and prayers are with her friends and family during this difficult time. Shannel graduated from York University.

The family will release an obituary and funeral arrangements for Shannel Best.

Related story: Canadian man accused of selling suicide drugs online

A 57-year-old man in Canada has been charged with two counts of counselling or aiding suicide after allegedly marketing and distributing a fatal chemical online to those at risk of self-harm. On Tuesday, Peel Regional Police in Ontario arrested and charged Kenneth Law following an investigation into the suspected online sale and distribution of sodium nitrite, a white, chemical substance often used as a food additive but with the potential to cause death.

According to police, Law was arrested in connection with the killings of two people in the Peel region, just outside of Toronto. Investigators are collaborating with numerous authorities across Ontario, nationally, and globally because we suspect there may be further victims. The suspect is currently being held in our custody pending a bail hearing. He will face two counts of counseling or assisting suicide.

According to Andrews, officials are aware that shipments containing potentially fatal drugs were transported to more than 40 nations and are not ruling out more charges as the investigation progresses. The accused internet firm names were Imtime Cuisine, AmbuCA, Academic/Academic, Escape Mode/escMode, and ICemac, according to police, who claimed Law owned or was affiliated with them.

Police around the world warned anyone who received shipments from businesses with those names to contact local law enforcement immediately. We were unable to reach any of the companies’ representatives by phone or online. According to Law’s LinkedIn site, which includes a profile photo that matches the photo published by Peel Police, Law is a management professional with engineering and business degrees.

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