The suicide of Mary Kennedy in Westchester County New York has been having a lot of press, both good and bad. It is not known why Mary Kennedy committed suicide, but is is known that she was a coerced member of Alcoholics Anonymous for a few months and she died with no traces of Alcohol in her body. Court records are now revealing that her AA Sponsor is the one who found her.
For those of you that do not know what an AA Sponsor does, they help their prospects to confess their sins to their "Higher Power" and another person, usually the Sponsor during the indoctrination process of the 12 Steps of Alcoholics ANonymous. The confessions that are taken by AA Sponsors are eerily like other confession cults and it has been noted that Alcoholics Anonymous and its confession practice can cause suicide in the people they attempt to indoctrinate. A sponsor is not a trained therapist and it has been shown that they are often also full of narcissistic qualities. It also shows that Mary Kennedy was following the Alcoholics Anonymous program and had a Sponsor, but the AA Integroups of Westchester County appear to have infiltrated her life and failed her miserably. Do you really want what they have in your life?
Mary Kennedy's body found by Alcoholics Anonymous sponsor
12:19 PM, Jul 12, 2012
Mary Richardson Kennedy’s Alcoholics Anonymous sponsor was the person who found her body hanging from a beam in a garage at her Bedford estate in May, according to records obtained by The Journal News/LoHud.com.
No alcohol was found in her system, the records say, though there was on odor of alcohol on her face. Dr. Kunjlata Ashar, the acting Westchester County Medical Examiner, explained the possible contradiction.
“The breath smell is not a reliable indication of the presence of alcohol. The toxicology results are correct for absence of alcohol,” Ashar said.
As a side note it should be remembered that Mary Kennedy was in the town of Beford, not far from where the Stepping Stones compound of Bill Wilson resides on the Katonah border, where he has publicly stated he used a Ouija Board to write the "Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions" of Alcoholics Anonymous commonly referred to as the 12&12.