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    Nichole Schmidt, the mother of murdered hiker Gabby Petito, tweeted Thursday marking the first Thanksgiving without her daughter, just days after Petito's boyfriend Brian Laundrie's death was ruled a suicide.  Petito, 22, was was discovered slain in September on the edge of Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming, with an autopsy later concluding she died by strangulation and that it was a homicide.  Schmidt tweeted Thursday that she was thinking of her beloved daughter in the spirit of the holiday. 'Gabby will forever remind me to be grateful for every moment, every breath, and every memory,' she wrote. 'I will cherish what I’ve had, and have in the present, always. Live with love, laughter and gratitude.' Gabby's father, Joe Petito, also took to Twitter to offer his thoughts on the holiday.  'Thanksgiving, a day for being thankful, thoughtful, and giving,' he wrote. 'Hug your family and friends. Be thankful for the time you get to spend with them all. We miss you #Gabbypetito. You should be with us but now all we have are the pictures.' Laundrie, 23, a person of interest...
    COMPTON (CBSLA) – Family members, friends and supporters marched on Saturday to bring attention to the death of 18-year-old Aisha Mireles, who was found dead near a bridge in Compton last month. READ MORE: Protesters March Down Hollywood Boulevard Saturday, Demanding Justice For The Police Killings Of Natalie Mireles, Aisha’s mother, told CBSLA that detectives conducted what she called an “unprofessional investigation,” that ruled the young woman’s death was suicide. Aisha’s mother claims that detectives never interviewed her or her family and failed to gather evidence at the bridge where her daughter’s body was discovered. READ MORE: Police On The Scene Of A Deadly Shooting Saturday In Inglewood “She wants to let everybody know that her daughter did not commit suicide,” Rosie Cejudo, a Brown Beret National Party Organizer, said. “This is not true. The investigators have not investigated thoroughly and this is a problem.” The department has now told Natalie Mireles that they’re going to take another look at the case. MORE NEWS: WeHo "Out On Robertson" Launches Saturday Night Giving Residents A Dedicated Zone To Enjoy Restaurants,...
    Brenda Kerber, pictured, was a follower of Rama cult leader Frederick Lenz The daughter of a woman who disappeared from her White Plains home in 1989 has opened up about the Rama cult with which her mom was involved. Shannon Altenhofen has decided to open up to DailyMail.com after the remains of her mother, Brenda Kerber, were found at the bottom of a New York reservoir last month. Police revealed in January that Kerber died by suicide after 'a review of the evidence in the case and the recent findings from the vehicle,' and an examination by the medical examiner. The mom, who was 40 when she went missing, was a follower of Frederick P. Lenz III - a man who recruited people to 'American' Buddhism and who many considered a cult leader. 'My purpose in doing this is to relay some information to families who have this type of involvement in other similar groups to maybe prevent that in the future,' Altenhofen said. Altenhofen, who now lives in Fort Collins, Colorado, said she was a 21-year-old college student around the...
    Authorities are investigating the April death of a Newark trans woman after months calls for action by activists and community members, authorities announced Tuesday. Ashley Moore's death had been ruled a suicide after she was found unresponsive lying on the sidewalk in front of the YMCA on Broad Street around 4:10 a.m. April 1, Newark Public Safety Director Anthony F. Ambrose said. Moore, 26, was taken to University Hospital where she was pronounced dead. "To date, our detectives have not discovered evidence to the contrary," Ambrose said. "However, I have reached out to Essex County Prosecutor Theodore Stephens and requested a review of Ms. Moore’s death by the county’s Homicide Task Force." Moore's mother, Starlet Carbin, told Out.com the story she was told by police changed multiple times. Carbin says she was told her daughter sustained injuries after falling a great distance and at another point that Moore was hit by a car, the report says. The police report stated that there were "ligature marks on Ashley's legs, and that Ashley's neck was grossly, grotesquely disfigured and swollen." Carbin said. A GoFundMe...
    Authorities are investigating the April death of a Newark trans woman after months calls for action by activists and community members, authorities announced Tuesday. Ashley Moore's death had been ruled a suicide after she was found unresponsive lying on the sidewalk in front of the YMCA on Broad Street around 4:10 a.m. April 1, Newark Public Safety Director Anthony F. Ambrose said. Moore, 26, was taken to University Hospital where she was pronounced dead. "To date, our detectives have not discovered evidence to the contrary," Ambrose said. "However, I have reached out to Essex County Prosecutor Theodore Stephens and requested a review of Ms. Moore’s death by the county’s Homicide Task Force." Moore's mother, Starlet Carbin, told Out.com the story she was told by police changed multiple times. Carbin says she was told her daughter sustained injuries after falling a great distance and at another point that Moore was hit by a car, the report says. The police report stated that there were "ligature marks on Ashley's legs, and that Ashley's neck was grossly, grotesquely disfigured and swollen." Carbin said. A GoFundMe...
    THE death of a Black man who was found hanging from a tree in a park last month was a suicide, police said on Thursday. Robert Fuller, a 24-year-old homeless man, was found dead on June 10 in Palmdale, California, by a passerby. 4 Robert Fuller, 24, died from suicide in June, police confirmed on ThursdayCredit: AP:Associated Press The next day, an autopsy found Fuller died of suicide — but his family said authorities were too quick to dismiss any possibility his death was a crime. Fuller’s family hired an attorney who said an independent autopsy would be conducted, and the FBI and state attorney general’s office pledged to monitor the investigation. On Thursday, Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Commander Chris Marks said Fuller suffered from mental illness and took his own life in June. Since 2017, Fuller told doctors during three separate hospitalizations that he was considering suicide, Marks said. 4 After cops ruled Fuller's death a suicide, his family said they were too quick to dismiss the possibility his death was crime-relatedCredit: AP:Associated Press 4 A girl is seen...
    Jeffrey Epstein’s brother is insisting that the pedophile financier was murdered and is demanding an investigation into his death after a coroner ruled he died by suicide in jail while awaiting child trafficking charges. Mark Epstein says he does not believe his brother committed suicide in his Metropolitan Correctional Center jail cell on August 10, citing how three bones in his neck were broken in an unusual fashion. 'I believe my brother was murdered. I want to know what kind of investigation they did. I have no indication that there was one,' Mark Epstein said to The Sun. 'They said the cause of death was pending. Just five days later they said it was suicide,' he added.  Mark Epstein (left) insists that his brother Jeffrey Epstein (right) was murdered and is demanding an investigation into his death. Jeffrey Epstein, 66, died in his Manhattan jail cell on August 10, 2019 and his death has been ruled a suicide The New York City medical examiner ruled Epstein’s death as a suicide by hanging after he was found with sheets...
    Hollywood mogul Steve Bing’s death has formally been ruled a suicide, Los Angeles County’s coroner has confirmed. Bing — the 55-year-old father of Elizabeth Hurley’s 18-year-old son — died Monday after plunging from the 27th floor of his apartment building in L.A.’s Century City. The cause of death was listed as “multiple blunt trauma” and ruled a suicide, records show. The c ase is listed as closed. Bing became a major Hollywood producer and investor after inheriting $600 million from his grandfather, New York real estate developer Leo Bing, when he was 18. Bing produced the 2000 Sylvester Stallone film “Get Carter” and was a major investor in the 2004 Tom Hanks animated film “The Polar Express.”  He was also a producer on director Martin Scorsese’s 2008 Rolling Stones documentary, “Shine a Light,” and a co-producer with Mick Jagger on a forthcoming documentary on Jerry Lee Lewis. “It’s so sad to hear of Steve Bing’s passing,” Jagger said on Twitter. “He was such a kind and generous friend and supported so many good and just causes. I will...
    Hollywood mogul Steve Bing’s death has formally been ruled a suicide, Los Angeles County’s coroner has confirmed. see also Steve Bing: Suicide spurred by money, drugs and mental health struggle Bing spoke of battling bipolar disorder and was in precarious... Bing — the 55-year-old father of Elizabeth Hurley’s 18-year-old son — died Monday after plunging from the 27th floor of his apartment building in L.A.’s Century City. The cause of death was listed as “multiple blunt trauma” and ruled a suicide, records show. The case is listed as closed. Bing became a major Hollywood producer and investor after inheriting $600 million from his grandfather, New York real estate developer Leo Bing, when he was 18. Bing produced the 2000 Sylvester Stallone film “Get Carter” and was a major investor in the 2004 Tom Hanks animated film “The Polar Express.”  He was also a producer on director Martin Scorsese’s 2008 Rolling Stones documentary, “Shine a Light,” and a co-producer with Mick Jagger on a forthcoming documentary on Jerry Lee Lewis. “It’s so sad to hear of Steve Bing’s passing,”...
    FILM producer and businessman Steve Bing killed himself after years of depression and financial troubles, reports say. The 55-year-old, who previously dated actress and model Liz Hurley, was found outside a luxury apartment building in Century City, California at 1pm on Monday. 4 Film producer and businessman Steve Bing killed himself after years of depression and financial troubles, reports sayCredit: Rex Features 4 Bing was a former partner of Liz Hurley, with whom he fathered 18-year-old son DamianCredit: Refer to Caption On Tuesday, the Los Angeles County Medical Examiner-Coroner’s Office said the death was the result of multiple blunt trauma by suicide. Bing was best known as an investor in films including The Polar Express and Beowulf, and he was also credited as a producer in Sylvester Stallone remake Get Carter. He dropped out of Stanford University aged 18 after receiving a $600million inheritance from a real estate developer grandfather, and went on to co-found media company Shangri-La Entertainment. Despite Bing's outward success, friends have said he had been going through "a dark time for years", PageSix reported. “Steve was...
    The death of a black man found hanging in a Manhattan park was ruled a suicide Tuesday, the city’s medical examiner said.  Dominique Alexander, 27, was found hanging from a tree with a rope around his neck on Cloister Path in Fort Tryon Park around 6 a.m. on June 9 in Upper Manhattan, police said.  Alexander was found unconscious and unresponsive and was pronounced dead at the scene by EMS workers, cops said.  A week later, the city’s Office of the Medical Examiner ruled the death suicide by hanging, a spokesperson told The Post.  Alexander’s brother, Keats Alexander, has said the family is grieving and Dominique “was definitely loved by his family and his community,” PIX 11 reported.  “It’s just so much,” the brother said, according to the outlet.  Dominique’s death comes as similar reports about black people dying from hangings, and suspicion over the circumstances, spike across the nation.  The hanging deaths of two black men in Southern California amid nationwide Black Lives Matter protests and demonstrations for black rights have sparked federal probes, the outlet reported.   Robert Fuller,...
    The death of a Houston man found dead Monday morning has been ruled a suicide. According to Police Chief, Art Acevedo, the man’s family has confirmed to police that he was experiencing mental health issues. READ MORE: Child, woman drown at pool party at Houston home of former MLB star Carl Crawford “No signs of foul play have been found and the evidence to date points to this being a suicide,” Acevedo said. Medical Examiners Office has identified deceased individual. He is a Hispanic/Caucasian male, and described by his family as suicidal. No signs of foul play have been found and the evidence to date points to this being a suicide. Investigation continues. https://t.co/LdJLDa39dg — Chief Art Acevedo (@ArtAcevedo) June 16, 2020 The man was previously identified as African American prompting concerns about a possible race-related homicide. However, Acevedo noted that the man identified as “Hispanic/Caucasian.” Homicide detectives are investigating the apparent suicide of an adult Hispanic male who was found about 9:05 a.m. in the 2500 block of Ella Blvd. Foul play is not suspected. Investigators are awaiting...
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