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Hsu’s Suicide Note
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The WSJ reports that the fugitive fundraiser FedEx’ed several copies to associates before he boarded the Amtrak train. The article also contains some dramatic details about how he was found in his sleeper cabin:

Travelers became concerned when he failed to emerge the next morning, these people said. Joanne Segale, a retired school-bus driver from Sonora, Calif., who was in the cabin across from Mr. Hsu’s, said she knocked on his door and his window during the lunch hour but got no response. Peeking through the curtains, Ms. Segale noticed someone pressed up against the cabin’s wall and door who appeared to be bare-chested and huddled in the fetal position, she said.

Ms. Segale summoned Amtrak workers, who eventually used a crowbar to pry the door off its hinges, according to Ms. Segale and another person involved. Mr. Hsu was wedged into a one-foot-wide space between the door and his convertible bed, disoriented and unable to stand due to loss of circulation in at least one of his legs, these people said.

Amtrak conductors and a car attendant freed Mr. Hsu and called ahead for medical assistance. Ms. Segale said that in the cabin “I could see pills on the floor, rolling around — prescriptions.” At Grand Junction, Colo., Mr. Hsu was taken to the hospital. Federal officials arrested Mr. Hsu there later.

Meanwhile, he has been transferred from the Colorado hospital to jail.

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