On March 15, 1996, 13 members of a cult known as the Higher Purpose Group were found dead, having engaged in a mass suicide. Many of the deceased had been poisoned, but seven had been smothered. Amidst the dead was found Adam Booth, 26, who was taken into custody by police and committed suicide in his jail cell later that day.
We will perhaps never know why Booth did not immediately take his own life, nor why he chose to commit suicide after being detained. One thing, however, is certain: he did not regret his actions, and he conducted himself with an air of quiet but steadfast conviction.
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