UPDATE: Moments before a troubled 34-year-old Garfield man jumped from the Palisades in Fort Lee Historic Park with his beloved Yorkshire Terrier in his arms, he took to Facebook, posting anguished thoughts and accusing others of “murdering” him.
“I am not homicidal nor am I suicidal. Those that read and think otherwise have not found [their] spiritual being,” Cross Yoler wrote. “You have lost your way while the Gods pray that you willingly cause more pain and suffering to those with disabilities. The devil loves you.
SEE: Garfield man who jumped from cliffs with dog wrote of chronic pain, mental issues
“They willingly [m]urdered me I never committed suicide,” he added. “How many Men before me, how many Men after me. With a big [expletive] Smile on your face you took everything away.
“Vengeance is mine, I will repay, says the Lord.”
Yoler also: claimed that his parents threatened to obtain a restraining order against him after accusing him of taking a knife to his mother; posted images from a thermographic exam while writing of chronic leg pain from Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) and shared a portion of a psychiatric evaluation that called him a danger to others and said he’d threatened to kill himself and the dog.
“here we go,” he wrote in a recent post. “Dad took off for a week, here starts the [expletive] abuse. if i die this week it will be because of the yoler family ……good bye world…..”
After setting his car on fire yesterday afternoon, Yoler threw his backpack off the cliffs, then followed with the Yorkie around 3 p.m., Palisades Interstate Parkway Police Chief Michael Coppola told CLIFFVIEW PILOT. READ MORE….