Susan Schneider, a.k.a. Mrs. Susan Williams, finally granted an interview on the subject of her late husband Robin Williams. Since his suicide on Aug. 11, 2014, there have been rumors of a bad marriage. How was it possible for Mr. Williams to kill himself in the same house without his wife knowing about it until the next day? Why did they sleep in separate bedrooms? What really happened that last night?
Unfortunately, her ABC News interview (Nov. 3) raises more questions than answers. Previously, I believed he committed suicide. Now, I’m not so sure. Ms. Schneider doesn’t strike me as the soft, grieving widow she’s trying to portray. Her interviews seem staged. Her cruel actions toward his children speak louder than words. (She sued them for control of his estate.) There’s no doubt Williams’ health was in a steady decline. Had he served his purpose to those who were using him? Was there nothing left to harvest?
Death by Illuminati? Suspiciously, several days before Aug. 11, 2014, it was leaked on the Internet that Robin Williams would die soon. In the U.K., on the very night he died, there was a rebroadcast of “Family Guy”, where Robin appears hanging from a door. This is how he was found the next morning. “Family Guy” is well known for its predictive programming. Creator Seth MacFarlane is an Illuminati insider who says he missed flying into the Twin Towers on 9/11 because of confusion about his flight time and a hangover.
In her interviews, Susan Schneider insists her husband was going insane because of “Lewy Body Dementia”. “He couldn’t control himself in the last month.” Accordingly, he was set for further neurological tests. She said he killed himself in order to avoid these tests. There is a great deal in these interviews that doesn’t make sense. Ms. Schneider said his assistant couldn’t wake him up. (This is a hanging victim, remember?) Schneider cries loudly for the cameras (without tears), saying “Robin! I forgive you!” Again, I would have to ask how a wife could not know her husband was on the brink of suicide? Why the separate bedrooms? Why the sudden name change from “Schneider” to “Williams”? Obviously, to appear as the dutiful wife. I just don’t see any real sadness here. To me, it appears she knows every question that is about to be asked. Is it all rehearsed? Crying one minute, straight-face the next?
Did Robin Williams join the Illuminati to achieve fame? After 35 years was he becoming unreliable? Was Ms. Schneider his handler? Why did Ms. Schneider originally try to sell their house, saying it “terrified” her to be in it, then says she won’t even move Robin’s slippers? Schneider claims her husband was “clean and sober for eight years.” Why had he gone to a drug rehab the month before? Why was his brain dissected and sent all over the world? To study the disease or is it part of the Illuminati ritual?
The manner of suicide is strange: death by strangulation with his belt. This seems next to impossible to do and a very painful way to die. If it was staged, why leave a pocket-knife nearby stained with blood? If R.W. wanted to avoid pain, hanging yourself isn’t the way to do it.
Ms. Schneider tells “The View,” there were “no issues in the marriage.” (Noticeably absent is Whoopi Goldberg, who I think knows what happened.) She cries (again without tears) when they show their picture together. If the reason to do these interviews was to dispel the rumors, I would have to say this woman failed miserably. There’s no real way to know what really happened on Aug. 11, 2014. There will be those who believe the official MSM version as told by the wife. There are others who know the entertainment industry is run by people you don’t know and wouldn’t want to know.
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