Susan Wojcicki's Son, 19, Dies of Suspected Drug Overdose at UC Berkeley

Chris Menahan
Feb. 18, 2024

Former YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki's 19-year-old son Marco Troper died in his dorm room at UC Berkeley on Tuesday of a suspected drug overdose, according to his grandmother.

From SF Gate, "Former YouTube CEO's son identified as student who died at UC Berkeley":
Troper's grandmother, Esther Wojcicki, told SFGATE that she believes her grandson ingested a drug that killed him. "He ingested a drug, and we don't know what was in it," she said. "... One thing we do know, it was a drug."

"We want to prevent this from happening to any other family," Wojcicki said.

Troper was found unresponsive in his room at Clark Kerr on Tuesday, his grandmother said. He was found at 4:23 p.m. on Feb. 13, according to an emailed statement from campus spokesperson Janet Gilmore. The Berkeley Fire Department administered "life-saving measures" and UC Berkeley police officers also responded, Gilmore said, but Troper was eventually declared dead at the scene.

Wojcicki said the family is waiting on a toxicology report that could help confirm the cause of death, but it could take up to 30 days.
I remember back when Wojcicki decided to ban everyone on the "far-right" on YouTube (all of whom vociferously oppose drug use) going to YouTube's front page in an Incognito Window to see what she was serving up to people with her algorithms and seeing a video with over a million views promoting drug use.

I don't remember the exact video but it was something like this about "tripping":

The above channel is run by Comedy Central and is no doubt whitelisted under the algorithms she embraced.

I remember thinking at the time how advocating for immigration restrictions and traditional values would get you banned but promoting drug use and degeneracy will get you on the front page.

Comedian Owen Benjamin said he was given a strike for criticizing the Sackler family:

As Marco Troper was only 19, he may literally have died the first time he used a hard drug -- most likely because it was laced with fentanyl.

"Urban" drug dealers like to lace their drugs with fentanyl -- or simply sell fentanyl or meth falsely labeled as more expensive drugs to unsuspecting customers -- just to make a buck and if they kill their own customers they don't even care (some actually get off on it).

The fentanyl is manufactured in China, shipped to Mexico and brought in through our wide open southern border. Opposing this is a form of "hate."

Drug overdose deaths, primarily from fentanyl, are killing over 100,000 Americans a year but it's hardly even a political issue because the people dying are mostly white and drugging the population is seen as a "tool for deradicalization."

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