I read the coroner’s report on Robin Williams. I’ve written about his death a couple times before, and I suspect it might have been murder. I certainly don’t think it was autoerotic asphyxiation.
Unsurprisingly the report says Williams committed suicide. However, there was no suicide note, his wife hadn’t noticed any suicidal tendencies, and the coroner did not find any evidence of suicidal thoughts in his internet browsing history.
Robin Williams has had a history of depression though, and he was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease a few years ago. Also in the period before his death Williams had been hallucinating, delusional and paranoid. He had put a bunch of wrist watches in a sock and gave them to somebody hoping they would keep the watches safe. His increase in paranoia had recently increased.
Williams had died from strangulation with a belt, and there was a towel between the belt and his neck, possibly to soften the pain. There were superficial cuts on his left wrist, made with his own knife, I think. The description sounds like something an angsty teenager might do.
If he committed suicide, it appears he hadn’t been planning it for a long time. It was a spur of the moment thing. At first tried to cut his wrists, but failed to do any real damage. Then he hung himself.
The coroner asked Williams’ wife if he practiced autoerotic asphyxiation. She said no. The coroner also found no porn or “reflective devices” near Robin’s body. I’m not sure what is meant by reflective devices. Mirrors? Like he would be looking at himself while masturbating? There is also no description of semen near the body. If Williams died due to autoerotic asphyxiation the family has cleaned up the evidence and his wife is lying.
However, if he died masturbating, why would he cut his wrist? That sounds quite disturbing that he should cut his wrist, tie a belt around his neck and start mastubating. It makes no sense to. The alternative media has seemed to be promoting this autoerotic asphyxiation thing for the most part, and it didn’t make sense to me, and still doesn’t.
The coroners report does offer some ground for speculating that Williams was murdered. First of all, he didn’t seem to have any suicidal intent prior to his death. He had gotten paranoid recently. Maybe he was crazy, or maybe there was someone trying to kill him. The bit about Robin Williams putting wrist watches in a sock, and giving it to somebody (his friend?) to protect him sounds crazy when taken out of context, but maybe it isn’t. The watches may be valuable, and Williams may simply have been trying to protect them from being stolen. There’s been rumours that Williams had money problems prior to his death. So maybe loan-sharks wanted his expensive watches, and killed him because he didn’t have them. However, at least his publicist said that Williams had no financial problems, so maybe not.
Williams had cuts on his wrist, and before that he had given his wrist watches to somebody else for safe keeping. There could be a connection. If the watches were special somehow, and someone wanted them, when they didn’t get the watches they cut his wrist to punish him. This is probably not what happened, but the watch thing is curious.
Hazelton Lodge or Hazelden Lodge?
Williams’ wife mentioned that he has checked into “Lodge at Hazelton, located in Minnesota, which is a retreat associated with a drug / alcohol rehibilitation” in June and July 2014. I didn’t find any Hazelton Lodge on Google. There are two small towns in Minnesota called Hazelton. I don’t think that’s what she was talking about. However I did find Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation, which is a lodge. Even I know what a Betty Ford clinic is, even though I’m not American. When speaking, Hazelton and Hazelden sound similar, so the coroner may have been mistaken.
Maybe Robin Williams went to he lodge to get help, but they failed, and he committed suicide. Then again I’m suspicious of the lodge. It is called a lodge after all (like Masons and other fraternities). Something else may have gone on in there. But I won’t continue with this topic further, since it’s pure speculation. I do however suggest you look into what Freeman has said about celebrity and Hollywood mind control. Clinics like this may be used for such activities, but I’ve no idea if Williams has had any experience with such things.
I don’t think he died due to autoerotic asphyxiation. I don’t see any immediate reason to discount the possibility that Williams committed suicide. It’s possible, but the thing is, I don’t know that this is what happened. There’s still some loose ends. I think he died under suspicious circumstances, and therefore I’m going to assume murder until proven otherwise, because that’s how I see things.
Robin Williams “Had No Financial Problems”: http://uk.eonline.com/news/569291/robin-williams-had-no-financial-problems
Hazelton in Minnesota: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hazelton_Township,_Aitkin_County,_Minnesota
The other Hazelton: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hazelton_Township,_Kittson_County,_Minnesota
Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation: http://www.hazelden.org/web/public/thelodge.page
Hollywood Mind Control – Freeman and Jamie: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mXp8GynLbXc
My other stuff on Robin Williams:
Why I am more inclined to view suspicious deaths as murder than suicide: