An exhaustive National ENQUIRER investigation into the secret police files on the death of comic legend ROBIN WILLIAMS has uncovered compelling evidence the actor did not commit suicide, but was in fact murdered in his own home!
That’s what top experts believe could have REALLY caused the Oscar winner’s sudden death on August 11, 2014, at his Tiburon, Calif. home.
Though the Marin County coroner ruled it a suicide by hanging, The ENQUIRER obtained the cops’ investigative documents under Freedom Of Information law.
We commissioned Dan Hanks, a former paid technical advisor to the Marin County Sheriff, to analyze the case. His stunning conclusion: There are a slew of baffling questions!
“I believe the coroner’s office and their investigators didn’t go far enough, for whatever reason, in their probe,” Dan told The ENQUIRER in a world exclusive interview. “It seems the coroner was ready to close the case, and didn’t want to look at any alternate theories of what might have happened.”
In addition to one of those theories – the strong possibility Robin, 63, could have been ambushed during a robbery – these are among the key issues that Dan and other experts believe should have been explored further before the sensational rush to judgment: ROBIN WAS DRUGGED … AND THEN KILLED! At the time of his death, the “Good Will Hunting” star was prescribed a cocktail of potent medications with potentially fatal side effects, and the drugs could easily have been manipulated to make him black out. Then, when Robin was unconscious, his body could have been set up to look as if he’d committed suicide.
THE MYSTERIOUSLY LOCKED DOOR In another troubling conclusion, the coroner noted that the door to the bedroom where Robin’s body was found was locked from the inside. “But the report also noted that the door had a push-button lock that anyone could have opened with a bobby pin!” said Dan. “So, anyone who wanted to set up a suicide scene could have gone in, arranged it the way they wanted and then locked the door behind them! “And the coroner apparently didn’t ask who else knew the layout of the house.” According to the coroner’s report, Robin “had enough drugs in his system to at least fall asleep,” added Dan. “So the scenario of drugging him first would make sense because then you can manipulate him very easily, and place him in any position you want.”
ROBIN CONDUCTED AN INTERNET SEARCH IN HIS FINAL HOURS The actor had been diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease, and in his final 24 hours, he frantically began looking up drugs on the Internet. A post-mortem exam showed he had an undiagnosed case of dementia – a condition that could explain his bizarre behavior. Dr. Richard Shepherd, a pathologist, said on the British TV series, “Autopsy,” that Robin’s online research suggested he knew “there was something else wrong with him … something that he couldn’t put his finger on.”
ROBIN DISPLAYED NO SUICIDAL TENDENCIES Robin’s wife, Susan Schneider, told police that when he left their bedroom for the final time around 11:30 p.m. on Aug. 10, he seemed “excited” and had rummaged through the closet to retrieve his iPad. Also, according to the sheriff’s report, at 6:53 p.m. on Aug. 10, Robin “called [name redacted] and made plans to drop off his wrist watches for safekeeping … He was reportedly worried about them and wanted to keep them safe.” The “Mrs. Doubtfire” actor put his watches in a sock and “drove to the unnamed person’s house between 9 and 9:30 to drop off the watches,” the report said. Those activities “don’t appear to be those of someone who is readying to commit suicide,” said Dan, 68, a licensed private investigator.
NO EVIDENCE OF TRAUMA Even more shocking, the coroner’s report contained “little evidence” that the beloved star died a violent death, which would be expected with a hanging, Dan pointed out. “Hanging oneself is a violent process with writhing, but there is little to show that occurred,” he said. “The ligature marks are not especially demonstrative, and there was little or no hemorrhaging. “That suggests that he was asleep or incapacitated at the time that his oxygen supply was cut off.” In conclusion, Dan said: “Was it murder? I think that has to be looked into. “Could he have had an overdose? “Possibly, but we don’t see any kind of results from the lab. “I think the coroner’s office was a little quick to say that Robin hanged himself, was on medication and was battling a major illness instead of doing a thorough job and seeing where the facts led them.”