Thursday, August 14, 2014

The death of a humanist -- not very funny

The death of a humanist -- not very funny

Somehow the death of Robin Williams by suicide -- the act of taking ones own life -- does not surprise me.....

It is almost the logical conclusion of a life dedicated to earthly pleasure and complete denial of God....

Just a few years ago I would have been in shock.... now I can scarcely summon up a feeling of pity.

Should we pray for his soul? The final judgement is eternal. If his soul is burning in the fires of hell.... then what would be the point?

We can pray for the survivors.... for his wife, his children, his friends, his fans....

They are headed down a similar path if they have adopted the same ideas and philosophy.

Humanism kills. It kills innocent children through abortion. It kills innocent Christians in Iraq. It kills by suicide.

The diabolical nature of humanism is unmasked by the nature of Williams' death.

A demonic spirit possessed Williams. His death attests to it.

Drugs, depression..... suicide. All symptoms of a demonic possession. But "modern psychologists" could never allow themselves to see these "symptoms" and then draw this conclusion -- because they too are blinded by the diabolical ideology of humanism. Instead they prescribe more drugs.... they cannot offer a cure because they themselves do not believe in God.

Williams needed a priest.... instead he was counseled by a witch doctor.....

Even most in the Church are not willing to recognize the cause of the decline of human society.... we measure our success in material things.... we have lost sight of the spiritual world.... not some new age spirituality, but "the Way, the Truth and the Life" -- Jesus Christ. Our Saviour and Our Lord.

The prince of this world has captured another soul.... while Christ the King is publicly mocked, sourged and crucified daily....


Statement regarding the death by suicide of Robin Williams by the police.


My name is Keith Boyd. I am a Lieutenant with the Marin County Sheriff's Office and serve as the Assistant Chief Deputy Coroner overseeing the day to day operations of the Coroner Division. First I would like to extend condolences to the Williams’ family on behalf of the Sheriff's Office before we begin. I have a prepared statement and ask you to hold your questions as will take them at the conclusion of my statement.

On August 11, 2014, at approximately 11:55 am, Marin County Communications received a 9-1-1 telephone call reporting a male adult had been located unconscious and not breathing inside his residence located at 95 St. Thomas Way in unincorporated Tiburon, CA. The caller was distraught and indicated an apparent suicide due to a hanging had taken place and rigor mortis had set in. The Sheriff's Office, as well as the Tiburon Fire Department and Southern Marin Fire Protection District were dispatched to the incident with emergency personnel arriving on scene at 12:00 pm. The male subject, pronounced deceased by firefighters from the Tiburon Fire Department at 12:02 pm has been identified as Robin McLaurin Williams, a 63 year old resident of unincorporated Tiburon, CA.

Preliminary information developed during the investigation by Coroner Division personnel has revealed Mr. Williams had been seeking treatment for depression. Mr. Williams was last seen alive by his wife at approximately 10:30 pm on August 10, 2014 when she retired for the evening in a room in the house. It is unknown at this time when Mr. Williams’ retired for the evening in a bedroom in his home.

At approximately 10:30 am on August 11, 2014 Mr. Williams’ wife left the home believing Mr. Williams to still be asleep. Mr. Williams’ personal assistant became concerned at approximately 11:45 am when he failed to respond to knocks on his bedroom door. At that time the personal assistant was able to gain access to Mr. Williams’ bedroom and entered the bedroom to find Mr. Williams clothed in a seated position, unresponsive, and with a belt secured around his neck with the other end of the belt wedged between the closed closet door and door frame. His right shoulder area was touching the door with his body was perpendicular to the door and slightly suspended.

Mr. Williams was cool to the touch with rigor mortis present in all of his extremities and livor mortis positioned appropriately for the position he was located in. The inside of Mr. Williams’ left wrist had several acute superficial
transverse cuts. A pocket knife with a closed blade was located in close proximity to Mr. Williams. The pocket knife was examined and dry red material was located on the blade which appeared consistent to dried blood. It is unknown at this time if the dried red material is in fact blood or if it is Mr. Williams’ blood, but scientific testing will be conducted to evaluate its investigative value.

Mr. Williams was transported from the scene to the Napa County Sheriff's Office Morgue by the Coroner Division pending a forensic examination which was conducted this morning prior to this press conference. The forensic examination, conducted by Dr. Joseph Cohen who is the Sheriff's Office Chief Forensic Pathologist, did not reveal any injuries indicating Mr. Williams had been in a struggle or physical altercation prior to him being located deceased.

The preliminary results of the forensic examination revealed supporting physical signs that Mr. Williams life ended from asphyxia due to hanging. Toxicology testing will be conducted to determine if Mr. Williams had any chemical substances in his system at his time of death. Toxicology results will not be available for approximately 2 – 6 weeks while the testing is being performed.

Please note this is an active investigation into the cause, manner, and circumstances of Mr. Williams’ death. The final cause and manner of death will not be certified until the conclusion of the investigation which is several weeks away. When the investigation is concluded and our final results are ready for dissemination a press conference will be scheduled.

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