Mary Kennedy was in a predicament, living deep in the evangelistic Alcoholics Anonymous stronghold of Bedford, Bedford Hills and Katonah, New York she reached out for help from her husband the day before she committed suicide. She apologized and asked for help, just like Alcoholics Anonymous tells its prospects to do, but she was denied. Located very close to the Spiritualist Stepping Stones compound of Bill Wilson who also cheated on his wife with Helen Wynn living in Pleasantville 15 minutes away, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. most likely took the advice of Alcoholics Anonymous members and Lois Wilson's Al-Anon and disassociated from her. As the AA evangelists love to say "at least she was sober" and are now in the process of making her into a martyr like they do to so many high net-worth prospects their Spiritualist, not religious evangelists push over the edge with the meddling in of their lives and then refusing "real" help.
Records: Mary Kennedy asked Robert F. Kennedy Jr. for help the day before she was found dead
3:50 PM, Aug 8, 2012
The day before she was found dead of a suicide, Mary Richardson Kennedy called her estranged husband Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and asked for help, according to records obtained by The Journal News.
“She told me that she was sorry for everything … She said that I was right about everything, and everything was her fault. She then told me that she needed me to take care of her,” Robert Kennedy told investigators.
Mary Kennedy had fallen out of her routine in her final days, a caretaker at her Bedford estate told police. Instead of going to the gym in the morning, she was “staying in her bed by herself.” In fact, the caretaker didn’t clean her bedroom on Monday, May 14, or on Tuesday, May 15, which was the last day she was seen alive, because Mary Kennedy didn’t leave.
At one point, Mary Kennedy “asked me to pray for her, because she got more bad news from her lawyer,” the caretaker told police, without elaborating. The last day she was seen alive, Mary Kennedy asked the caretaker and caretaker’s husband “who [had] told Bobby about her buying a treadmill, a massage seat, and the Cappuccino machine.”
Mary Kennedy was being put under a tremendous amount of pressure by someone and also was being told that she had to take a certain action or lose everything, one witness told police. It is unclear who was pressuring her and what action she was being pushed to take.
Mary also was very worried that her dog, Cupid, was pregnant and Bobby would be very upset with her because she was supposed to have the dog neutered, records show.
The caretaker brought her concerns to Robert Kennedy’s attention.
“I noticed some changes in Mary,” she said. “I thought something was wrong with her. I told Bobby about her, and I told him that she needs help. Bobby told me that she doesn’t want to help herself.”
Early in the afternoon of May 16, Shannon White, Mary Kennedy’s Alcoholics Anonymous sponsor, met with Robert Kennedy, who told White “he was worried that something had happened to Mary and that she may have hurt herself,” the records show. He had received a phone call from the caretaker, who was concerned after she searched Mary Kennedy’s house and couldn’t ......