Posted: February 2, 2014 in Uncategorized
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SCROLL DOWN FOR VIDEOS AND CLICK ON NEWS LINKS: Sad news coming out of New York as Philip Seymour Hoffman was found dead in his apartment of an apparent drug overdose. The needle was still in his arm when he was discovered by a friend. Screen writer and friend David Bar Katz called 911 when he found Hoffman on the Bathroom floor. I will try to do an UPDATE later if more news comes out.

NYPOST.COM: Oscar-winning actor Philip Seymour Hoffman was found dead of an apparent heroin overdose —- with a hypodermic needle still stuck in his arm —- inside a Greenwich Village apartment on Sunday, cops said.

Screenwriter and friend David Bar Katz called 911 around 11:30 a.m. after he and a female friend found Hoffman in his underwear on a bathroom floor at 35 Bethune St., sources said READ MORE:

FOXNEWS.COM: Oscar-winning actor Philip Seymour Hoffman was found dead Sunday of an apparent drug overdose at his Manhattan apartment.

Police responded to the 46-year-old’s apartment in the West Village shortly after 11 a.m., a police source told

A friend found his body in the apartment and phoned police. Hoffman was alone in his bathroom when he was discovered with a heroin-filled needle in his arm, law enforcement sources said.

A neighbor who saw Hoffman Saturday morning at a neighborhood grocery store said the actor “looked gray, not good READ MORE:


DAILYMAIL ONLINE: Oscar winning actor Philip Seymour Hoffman has been found dead in his Manhattan apartment after an apparent drugs overdose.

Hoffman, who was 46, won the Academy Award for Best actor for the 2005 film, Capote.

The American actor and father of three was found in his bathroom on Sunday morning on the 4th floor of his West Village Apartment according to law enforcement officials with a syringe still sticking out of his arm surrounded by bags of heroin.

‘It’s pretty apparent that it was an overdose,’ one official said. ‘The syringe was in his arm.’

The actor was discovered fully clothed in the bathroom of his fourth floor apartment in the Pickwick House around 11:36 am by his screenwriter friend David Katz, who called 911 –  and it is believed that the actor’s body is still inside.

The stage and film actor was last seen at around 8 pm on Saturday and when he didn’t go to pick his children up on Sunday morning Katz went round to his apartment to check on him – where he discovered his body READ MORE:



    • joecruzmn says:

      Hello Jim and Thank you for commenting and visiting my blog. Though there are somethings that I am sure we agree on the subject of hell. You do not know what happened to him in the last waning moments of his life. Though we may not agree on his lifestyle we should respect his family through this difficult time. Have you not read that God does not want anyone to perish. If he rejected God then yes we know where he is at. Its also for those who follow that path, but we do not need to be so harsh on where he could or could not be. There are many friends and family members being affected by this senseless death. By stating on your blog that God created drugs to kill sinners then you might as well blame God for creating Tornadoes and cars when they kill people who are not sinners. I believe that Jesus Christ died and rose from the grave. That if I believe in him that my sins could be washed away. I also believe God sent his son to die for the sinner. Does that sound like a God who wants to send someone to hell? Yes if Philip rejected God then we know the consequence of that rejection, but we need to show compassion for those who lost a loved one and not be so harsh. That is why people pull away from Christians. God does not change and he can be very blunt, but he also is a God of love. We as Christians need to be there with love to spread the gospel of Jesus. So let me ask you one question. If Philips family was standing before you wanting to talk to you about where he is would you tell them where he is burning or would he talk to them about the promise of Jesus Christ. We cant be so harsh in a time of need for others, but we can show love and respect in their time of need

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