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  1. #421
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    I just thought of something. Chester was godfather to CC's son.

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    I have stayed at that hotel many times. No way they broke down the door. False News lol.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Vedder View Post
    Chester Bennington hung himself today. I'm beside myself.

    http://www.tmz.com/2017/07/20/linkin...mmits-suicide/
    My 19 yr old son is a huge Linkin Park fan. He's really sad about this, too. I wish we could figure out a way to help people before this happens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Only4Justice View Post
    I have stayed at that hotel many times. No way they broke down the door. False News lol.


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    This incident has so many unanswered questions, inconsistencies and a confusing time line of events. One can't help but wonder what really happened here.

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    No foul play in Chris Cornell death, police insist

    George Hunter, The Detroit News Published 8:31 p.m. ET July 21, 2017 | Updated 11:21 p.m. ET July 21, 2017

    The Detroit homicide detective who investigated the death of Soundgarden frontman Chris Cornell insisted Friday that there were no signs of foul play, despite questions from those who continue to doubt that the rock star killed himself.

    The Wayne County Medical Examinerís Office ruled the death a suicide...

    http://www.detroitnews.com/story/new...sts/103906630/

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    Inevitably people will be doubtful much like the death of Kurt Cobain, Elliot Smith, etc. It's sad because we will always look for answers even when their might not be any to be had.

    I wish we knew something but sadly we may never know why. I can't see any reason to think foul play here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BetteDavisEyes View Post
    No foul play in Chris Cornell death, police insist

    George Hunter, The Detroit News Published 8:31 p.m. ET July 21, 2017 | Updated 11:21 p.m. ET July 21, 2017

    The Detroit homicide detective who investigated the death of Soundgarden frontman Chris Cornell insisted Friday that there were no signs of foul play, despite questions from those who continue to doubt that the rock star killed himself.

    The Wayne County Medical Examiner’s Office ruled the death a suicide...

    http://www.detroitnews.com/story/new...sts/103906630/
    I think some of the answers given don't really answer all the concerns.

    That only prompted more questions — but Detroit Police investigator Charles Weaver told The Detroit News there are simple explanations for the perceived anomalies in the case.

    (FAQ in death of Soundgarden singer Chris Cornell)

    For instance, Weaver checked a box in his report stating Cornell’s cellphone wasn’t recovered, sparking widespread questions about what happened to it. Weaver said that only means the phone wasn’t taken into evidence.

    “The phone wasn’t recovered; it was returned to Mrs. Cornell,” Weaver said.


    http://www.detroitnews.com/story/new...sts/103906630/

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    Thanks for posting this news article, BetteDavisEyes. I need to read it thoroughly. The timing and some of the supposed facts haven't been easy for me to accept. However, this info might very well answer some of the questions.

    Here's some of the FAQ section.
    Here’s a look at some of the questions raised and how they’re answered by the Detroit police investigator on the case and a medical expert.

    Q.: If there was no struggle, why was Cornell’s shirt torn, as stated in the reports?

    A.: “It was torn by the medical people as they tried to save his life,” said Detroit Police investigator Charles Weaver, who investigated and compiled the report on Cornell’s death.

    Q.: Why did the medic say there were “signs of strangulation” as heard on the police scanner?

    A.: In medicine, the term strangulation isn’t referring to a homicidal act, said pathologist Cyril Wecht, former medical examiner of Allegheny County, Penn., and chairman of the American Board of Legal Medicine board of trustees.

    It denotes a medical condition in which blood flow to part of the body is cut off, he said.

    “You can strangle yourself,” he said. “When people hear ‘strangulation,’ they automatically think it’s a homicide, but that’s not necessarily the case.”

    Q.: Why would Cornell ask to have his Apple TV fixed, as stated in police reports, if he was about to kill himself less than an hour later?

    A.: “We never know what a person is thinking during a suicide,” Weaver said. “Unless there’s a note, sometimes there are no answers.”

    Q.: Why swab the bodyguard’s hands for DNA? And was the DNA submitted to the Michigan State Police Laboratory for testing?

    A.: Weaver said it’s standard to check witnesses for signs of struggle. “We do that as a precaution,” he said.

    The sample was not submitted to a lab for analysis. Once the death was ruled a suicide, there was no reason to submit the DNA for testing to the state police crime lab, which has a backlog of samples awaiting analysis, Weaver said.

    Q.: Why did Weaver list the 6-foot-2 Cornell as being 5-foot-10?

    A.: “I don’t actually measure the bodies; that’s for the medical examiner to do,” Weaver said. “It’s just an estimate.”

    Q.: Why was there so much blood splattered near the body?

    A.: “In a hanging, the body continues to function, and the heart continues pumping blood,” Wecht said. “Blood vessels become engorged, and they burst. Some blood comes out from the airway, on up through the windpipe, into the mouth, and blood can come out your nose.


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    http://www.detroitnews.com/story/new...faq/103906632/

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    I just wanted to offer my condolences in Chris' thread, too, as I already have in Chester's. Neither of their deaths feel quite real to me yet, it almost feels like a bad dream.

    I wish you could have held on, somehow, Chris. I'm sorry that whatever you were dealing with was stronger than your will to stay. You will be sorely missed. May you rest peacefully...always.

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    Deeply missed & forever in my heart.

    No one sings like you anymore.


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