Hi All, David Carradine KNEW about guns, booze, and drugs. So WHY, why, why would he hang himself, even IF it were for "sexual" pleasure"....
none of this seems to "hit the mark".
A thought occurred to me today. I have been around people who suffer "dementia" which is a pre-condition to the onset of Alzheimer's Disease. Often times with these conditions patients suffer periods of "disorientation", they "go back in time-remembering ALOT from childhood and younger years" and they often cannot recall the "short term-memory". It is particularly WORSE when "isolated or alone". Patients suffering from Alzheimer's or Dementia can do well around people (or on a set, or work, etc) because they are around people, they are being TOLD what to do. Often times the "illness" kicks in at home and shows up in lack of hygiene, forgetfulness, disorientatioin, not eating right, just do "out of the ordinary and bizarre" things. Perhaps, when everything else is ruled out, it would not be uncommon for a man in his seventies to have Alzheimer's. IF he did indeed perform this act, he may have been "disorientated (remember he did NOT show up to eat), he had some confusion, he was alone, and perhaps as a younger man he performed this type of "sexual act" or may have always wasnted to...and he was just NOT a right or normal state of mind. Something like this would NOT surprise me if indeed he sufferred Dementia or Alzheimerzer's. I have had experience with these type of patients and this is something they COULD possibly do, without REALLY knowing what theyn were doing. Theyn were in a state of confusion, memory loss, and honestly it was just "pure innocense" of a person just "growing old". It was the "disease" and NOT the person. Something to think about!
BANGKOK (AP) - Thai police say they would welcome the FBI's assistance in investigating the death of actor David Carradine, but only as observers, as mandated by Thai law.Police in Thailand said Monday
that they would welcome the FBI's assistance in investigating the death of American actor David Carradine, but only as observers in the high-profile case. Carradine's naked body was discovered last Thursday morning in his luxury suite at Bangkok's Swissotel Nai Lert Park Hotel. Police initially suspected his death was a suicide, but have since said it may have been accidental suffocation or heart failure after revealing he was found with a rope tied around his wrist, neck and genitals.
Lawrence Kobilinsky, professor and chairman of the Department of Forensic Sciences at John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York, will be online Monday, June 8, at 2 p.m. ET to discuss how to differentiate between accident and suicide as manner of death, what can be determined by performing an autopsy and the issue of autoerotic asphyxiation. Lawrence Kobilinsky: Larry Kobilinsky here. I am a forensic scientist and I am here today to discuss the unfortunate demise of David Carradine.
I hope and pray the CORRECT answer is found. My heartfelt condolences to Mr. David Carradine's family and loved ones. God's peace be with you now and forever.