Celebrity / 14-02-2020

Woman hands over 'bin full of evidence' she says will prove James Brown was murdered

James Brown died on Christmas Day in 2006 of a suspected heart attack but possible new evidence could prove that he was actually murdered and a prosecutor is investigating

Possible new evidence could prove that legendary soul singer James Brown was murdered.

Brown died on Christmas Day 2006 in Atlanta hospital from a suspected heart attack and fluid in his lungs.

Marvin Crawford, the doctor who signed the death certificate, spoke up in a 2017 interview with CNN, saying that he always wondered what brought on those though events on that fateful day.

TMZ has reported that Fulton County District Attorney Paul Howard was given 'a bin full of items' by Jacque Hollander.

If the evidence holds up, the D.A. office will launch a full-scale investigation.

Woman hands over 'bin full of evidence' she says will prove James Brown was murdered

New evidence could prove that James Brown was murdered

She has reportedly explained how she came into possession of the bin and loads of text messages that could prove to be incriminating.

Crawford has wondered if it was a toxic substance that played a part in James Brown's death.

He said about Brown: "He changed too fast. He was a patient I would never have predicted would have coded.

"But he died that night, and I did raise that question: What went wrong in that room?"

Hollander handed over a list of other possible witnesses, along with a stack of printed text messages.

She explained how she came into possession of the plastic storage bin that she claims is filled evidence.

James Brown was known as the Godfather of Soul

The list of 'suspects' is said to total 13 people and includes Brown's manager, his son Daryl and his last wife as well as a man that allegedly took a vial of Brown's blood from the hospital.

Howard said his investigators would check out Hollander's story in the coming months and then decide whether to open a full investigation.

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14-02-2020 00:45, source: irishmirror, by James Foster
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