Detroit officials have released information from the suicide investigation of late Soundgarden vocalist, Chris Cornell.
Crime scene photos can be seen here: http://www.detroitnews.com/story/news/local/detroit-city/2017/07/11/cornell-death-details/103609948/
In addition to the photos, local Detroit news released audio of the 911 calls.
The Detroit News reports the following:
Materials released include photographs of the hotel room doors that were kicked in by the Soundgarden singer’s bodyguard after he could not gain access to the room, which was locked from the inside; the exercise band he used to hang himself; and a detailed report from a homicide investigator who interviewed bodyguard Martin Kirsten, the last person to see Cornell alive shortly before midnight May 17.
Among the new revelations: Cornell’s wife, Vicki Cornell, tried to get information from a hotel operator, but she claimed the woman hung up on her.
The city also released photos of investigators taking DNA swabs from the bodyguard’s hands. A 911 call is also among the material released Tuesday, although it is different from alleged police scanner audio that was posted on YouTube and other websites. The News could not verify the authenticity of that audio.