People who commit suicide—like Tyler Clementi—don’t just jump off the city’s iconic landmarks because the structures are tall and almost guarantee death, they do it for infamy according to psychologist Dr. Jeffrey Gardere. He tells CBS News: “This is the way you are guaranteed some sort of notoriety. You know if you jump from that landmark, whether the George Washington Bridge or the Empire State Building, that people will know about it and you are making a statement.”