The Truth About Robin Williams Death

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to huge amounts of cash.

But was that a reason for him to kill himself? He was said to suffer from depression.

But what isn’t being said is what pharmaceutical drugs if any he was taking for depression.

Why is that? Because drug companies spend 18 X on advertising what they spend on research and the “news media” is going to keep any negative reality about their clients secret.

Let’s go even further down the rabbit hole…

‘Theory 2′ – A closer look at the Williams case, its forensic evidence and CSI facts, another more plausible theory emerges – of Erotic asphyxiation, or ‘breath control play’. Media pundit Adam Kokesh explains the in’s and out’s of this potentially devastating indictment:                                                                                                    Even further down the rabbit hole, are theories that the Illuminati ‘wacked’ Robin Williams in some satanic sacrifice – unlikely, considering Robin’s advanced age. But if you buy Kokesh’s ‘theory 2′ then you also cannot rule out murder. The scene at Robin Williams residence when the police arrived was 99% certain to be some type of autoerotic asphyxiation activity. That raises more questions than answers.

Was he alone? As with other celebrity untimely autoerotic asphyxiation death scenes like Michael Hutchinson, David Carradine and now with Robin Williams, there is the possibility of other people being present at the time of death, but who had left to avoid any association with the event.

Any celebrity crime scene is much more than just a crime scene. Studios and publishers have a lot riding on the official narrative. There are literally billions of dollars in future revenue at stake, and how big that pot is depends on how positive the legacy of the deceased actor or musician turns out. So the cause of death is no trivial conclusion and interventions have been know to take place before police detectives turn up on the scene.

Yes, these are all still theories, but much more plausible than suicide.