Well being a hot blooded....... straight .......male pig .....i would have left my shit to a playboy bunny model .....is'nt that what they are there for ....look at hugh heff ....... the man .......he left shit ......i think he left some of the bitches money .....he left them something ........after all what are playboy bunnies for ......leaving money to and banging of course ...thats life ....the man ......is bad......... in the eyes of the masses........... but in the eyes of the degenerate fuckers......... like me.....he done the right thing .........money and sex .......normal people may not understand.......... that's because they are normal ....most will deny it ...........but they know what it's all about .....clit and cash .......nothing else.......oh sure you get the marriage bollocks but most of them end up in divorce .....for sure one out of every two end up in divorce .....see .......and!!!!!!don't roll your eys at me ........you know it's the truth ........and this guy had money lots of it i cannot say i blame him.......... he cannot spend it .....may as well give it to a good cause ........i would have left some to st judes my self ...but he was probably to busy banging a blonde bitch ..........
Millionaire nuclear physicist on bank robbery charges left chilling note for his daughter before killing himself in jail when he was denied mental health medication: Gave stolen cash to Playboy model girlfriend
- Christopher Lapp's daughter alleges prison contributed to his 2021 suicide
- Lapp, who died at 62, had his psychotropic medicine discontinued
- He was in prison on bank robbery charges when he died from hanging himself
The family of a nuclear physicist who died by suicide in a Virginia jail is suing the U.S. government after his psychotropic medicine was discontinued and he was denied admission to a federal medical prison.
The lawsuit filed Thursday in federal court on behalf of Christopher Lapp's 16-year-old daughter alleges that a series of errors by prison officials, federal marshals, prosecutors and physicians contributed to Lapp's 2021 death.
Lapp, who was 62 when he died, was being held at the Alexandria jail awaiting sentencing on a federal bank robbery charge. Prosecutors allege Lapp stole the money for his Playboy lover.
He hung himself in his jail cell in May 2021, roughly a month after he pleaded guilty and was supposed to be sent to a treatment center in Butner, North Carolina, to continue receiving care to restore his mental health.
Lapp left a behind a note for his daughter, writing that 'some bad people have been after me for a while. I have been trying to determine who they are but things are not good. It is better for everyone if I am not around so they can't harm others.'
Christopher Lapp's 16-year-old daughter alleges that a series of errors by prison officials, federal marshals, prosecutors and physicians contributed to his 2021 death. Pictured: Christopher Lapp
Lapp, who was 62 when he died, was being held at the Alexandria jail awaiting sentencing when he hung himself
Lapp had multiple degrees, including a Ph.D. from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. His father, Ralph Lapp, was a scientist who worked on the Manhattan Project.
He lived in a wealthy Great Falls neighborhood and owned a $1.3 million home there at the time of his arrest. Prosecutors said in court papers that Lapp had multiple romantic interests, including a Playboy model, and that 'he was working to keep his romantic love interests happy with additional money.'
Ralph Lapp, the scientist who worked on the Manhattan Project, was Christopher's father
Lapp was charged with entering a Wells Fargo Bank in Great Falls in November 2018 and taking money from a teller at gunpoint. He then carjacked a vehicle to get away, prosecutors said. He was arrested when a K-9 officer tracked Lapp to his home.
The robbery occurred during what the judge called a manic episode and what the Lapp family's lawyer described as a psychotic break. He was initially found incompetent to stand trial but was restored to competency after being sent to Butner.
After his competency was restored, Lapp decided to plead guilty to the bank robbery charge. The judge, T.S. Ellis III, accepted the guilty plea but ordered at the plea hearing that Lapp return to Butner while he awaited sentencing so he could continue the treatment that had restored his competency.
That never happened. Butner refused to accept him, saying their policy barred them from taking an inmate who had not yet been sentenced for 'continuity of care purposes.'
So, Lapp remained at the Alexandria jail and a physician who evaluated him there ended his medications after Lapp insisted he did not need them. The physician also said Butner failed to send over Lapp's full medical record.
Lapp lived in a wealthy Great Falls neighborhood and owned a $1.3 million home there at the time of his arrest on bank robbery charges in November 2018
Lapp was arrested when a K-9 officer tracked Lapp to his home. He stole the money for his playboy lover
A month after the suicide, Ellis convened a hearing in which he excoriated Butner officials for disregarding his order. He also accepted a measure of blame himself - Lapp's defense lawyer had filed notice to the court in late April that Butner refused to admit Lapp, but Ellis said he was unaware that Lapp had not been transferred.
The Lapp family's lawyer, Victor Glasberg said he was disappointed that a lawsuit was necessary
The Lapp family's lawyer, Victor Glasberg said he was disappointed that a lawsuit was necessary. 'Numerous public employees manifestly failed to act properly, and a man died. Now his 16-year-old daughter has to take them to court,' he said.
The suit comes a month after the sheriff's office in neighboring Arlington County reached a settlement with the family of an inmate who died there in 2020 from what a coroner determined was heart disease complicated by opiate withdrawal.
The family alleged that jail officials failed to treat his withdrawal symptoms and showed deliberate indifference to his medical needs. That proposed settlement hit a snag, though, when the jail's former healthcare contractor filed for bankruptcy earlier this month.
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