Was Robin Williams bumped off?

Bumped to the top for good reason:

Family Guy coincidence proves it is far more than probable that Robin Williams was murdered.

Robin Williams was first reported as asphyxiated in the Mexican press, with it uncertain if it was a suicide. Then a story about a belt was hatched, and it was declared a suicide. But asphyxiated and hung are two different things, and the fact that the original story mentioned nothing about a hanging, I find that odd. Furthermore, I seriously doubt anyone could successfully hang themselves with a belt, you cannot tie good knots with a belt, it is not long enough or supple enough to tie a good knot on both ends, put around your neck and jump. Robin Williams did not weigh 400 pounds thus necessitating a five foot belt, I CALL B.S. ON THE BELT. I am of the belief that ANY “hanging with a belt” is a murder.

Two things are required to die in Hollywood. 1. be very popular, and 2. stop going with the program. I believe Robin Williams was murdered, and with an Ebola outbreak, war on Gaza and other things hot in the press I would not doubt Williams touched a nerve on one of these issues, or was going to, and they offed him.

This post bumped to the top, because A FAMILY GUY EPISODE WAS TOO COINCIDENTAL, WILLIAMS WAS MURDERED, as far as I see it, CASE CLOSED.

This is one of those articles I made a hard copy of, obviously.

Robin Williams ‘Family Guy’ episode, depicting a suicide attempt, aired on BBC shortly before death was announced

BBC Three aired an episode of the animated comedy prominently featuring the Oscar winner just moments before news of his death was made public. A spokeswoman for the network called the timing an ‘uncanny coincidence.’

BY Kirthana Ramisetti
Tuesday, August 12, 2014, 3:34 PM

In an instance of unfortunate timing, a BBC network aired a “Family Guy” episode about Robin Williams just moments before his death was announced.

As first reported by the Mirror, BBC Three aired “Family Guy Viewer Mail #2” on Monday, which has a segment about Peter Griffin being bestowed with the ability to turn everything he touches into Robin Williams.

Even though Griffin receives the Midas-esque power because he’s a fan of the “Mork & Mindy” star, he soon becomes overwhelmed by the Williams’ clones overtaking the town. In an eerie coincidence, Griffin tries to kill himself, then resorts to cutting off his hands, in order to rid himself of his powers.

The episode’s airing occurred just a few minutes before news broke that the Oscar winner had died, which at the time was being reported as a suspected suicide. (The actor’s passing was officially confirmed as a suicide Tuesday.)

According to the Mirror, the episode aired in the U.K. at 11:25 p.m., with the news about the actor’s death breaking at around 11:50 p.m.

Many fans took to Twitter to express their shock at the coincidence.

“So weird that the family guy episode about robin Williams was on last night just before it was announced he was dead,” wrote one TV viewer.

“(A bit) weirded out by the news of Robin Williams’ death after last nights episode of family guy being all about him?” another person tweeted.

A spokeswoman for the BBC told the Mirror that the episode’s timing was an “uncanny coincidence.” She also said that the network will not re-air the episode later in the week, as had been originally scheduled.


“Family Guy” creator Seth MacFarlane, who voices Peter Griffin, posted a tribute to the late comedian Monday.

“The world just got a lot less funny,” he tweeted. “Robin Williams is a tragic loss.”

Alex Borstein, who also voices characters on the show, shared her own simple tribute to Williams on Twitter by evoking his famous TV character, Mork.

“Nanu Nanu RIP,” she wrote.

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