All weekend I kept thinking of a way I could write about the Jett Travolta situation, and well weekend I kept thinking that each different angle was still a little too snarky. The problem is there is so much misinformation out there that it is hard to figure out exactly what happened other than the fact that Jett appears to have had a seizure, bumped his head and died.
I think there will be time for lots of questions later. Whether Jett had autism or Kawasaki disease does not change that fact that John and Kelly lost their son. I don't care how cold and heartless they seem, I doubt they wanted to lose their son and so I have a hard time piling on to their misery.
There will be plenty of time in the future to ask questions about why someone who bills himself as a professional photographer on his website was acting as a 24 hour nanny and caretaker for Jett. Whether it is because he has been alleged in the past to be John Travolta's gay lover is a good question. He was also the person to discover Jett.
Did John and Kelly take Jett off his seizure medicine because of the Church or was it really because it was not helping? Who knows? I just find it hard to believe that anyone can know for sure what kind of medicine Jett was on prior to his death. I'm sure the autopsy report will have a list of drugs in his system so that should give us an idea. I'm sure they will also be able to tell if Jett suffered from autism. The thing is, let's say that he did have autism. Publicly John has said Jett suffered from Kawasaki. Isn't it up to John and Kelly to decide what they share to the world about the medical condition of their minor son? How is it any of our business? Just because the Scientologists believe that autism does not exist, doesn't mean all of their members agree. There are a lot of religions that say you should not drink, but it doesn't mean everyone follows it.
The timeline question is the big question with the police saying one thing and all of John Travolta's people saying another. Apparently though the entire townhouse where the family was staying is only about 1,000 square feet and Jett and the two caretakers for him were down in the basement so it is not like there should have been much of a lag time between head hitting and them discovering him unless the two were busy doing something else.
Below is a great video that RADAR acquired. It is an interview with one of the EMT's who responded to the scene.