WHITNEY HOUSTON DEATH: DRUG-RELATED MANSLAUGHTER?
Her fate was foreseen by more than the Torah Code (Updated 12/21/2016)
On February 11, 2012 the top actress Whitney Houston died at the age of 48. While press reports stated that the immediate cause of death was unknown, she had a long history of drug abuse. On the matrix below the axis term is the 3rd lowest ELS of the only transliteration that I could find in Torah for her name, WHITNEY HOUSTON. The Hebrew year of death (5772/2012) is at an ELS. Although only an a-posteriori find, crossing her name is the phrase THE MANSLAYER DIE NOT UNTIL HE STAND BEFORE THE FOR JUDGMENT. This may hint that whoever supplied her drugs that may have caused her death will be found and brought to trial for manslaughter.
Previous reports said traces of cocaine and prescription medications were in her system. Both the initial and final reports stated that blood tests indicate that she smoked marijuana within two weeks before her death. Marijuana is legal in California if used for medicinal purposes.
Forensic toxicologist Bruce Goldberger said the details about her blood from the toxicology report indicate that she was "acutely intoxicated from cocaine" at the time of her death and was a "repeated cocaine user."
A "plethora of prescription medication bottles" were found in the room, according to the final report. The final report lists a total of 12 different medications, including anti-anxiety medication Xanax, and muscle relaxer Flexeril, prescribed from five different doctors.
Goldberger described the level of prescription drugs in her system as "mild" and said Xanax did not contribute to her death.
An open bottle of champagne also sat on the mini-bar and an open can of beer was on a table. There was also a bottle of beer on a nightstand and several loose tablets.