Did Chris Cornell Kill Himself Or Was He Murdered? Sunday May 21 2017, 12:21 PM
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Did Chris Cornell Kill Himself Or Was He Murdered?

The following is an opinion piece, and I am in no way making firm accusations of anything, but rather bringing up questions and inconsistencies in the information being reported on Chris Cornell's death.  

Did you know: Did you know that for 13 years, Chris Cornell ran a charity to help abused and/or children living in poverty? Did you know that he recently took a trip to Greece, to a war torn area, in preparation for extending his charitable work to include creating a safe haven for the children? Did you know that Chris was in the middle of making a new album that he was super excited about (which was due to be released later this year) as well as on a tour he was excited about? Did you know that the Led Zeppelin song he performed at his last concert (the one everyone says is a sign he planned to kill himself) is one he frequently performed at shows? Did you know that he supposedly hung himself with mountain climbing equipment that was built to withstand tons of weight (so why was he found in the floor)? Did you know that his bodyguard was the last person to see him alive in his room and is the person who gave Chris Ativan that night...while he was fixing Chris' computer (a strange thing for a suicidal person to request if he planned to off himself)? Did you know that the same bodyguard is also the one who found his body..and did not attempt CPR but rather waited until medics got there? Did you know this was a very experienced bodyguard who was most certainly trained in how to administer CPR (he was Heidi Klum's bodyguard)? Did you know that this bodyguard is also implicated in being the cause for Heidi Klum's divorce from long-time husband, Seal? Did you know that after Heidi and this same bodyguard broke up, that she continued to support him financially in order to protect her career? Did you know that Chris Cornell's wife has changed her story several times since the incident? Did you know that Chris was worth $60 million at the time of his death, and would be worth much more if he achieved legend status with a young and untimely death? Why is everyone so quick to jump on the "he was a depressed rock star who took drugs and killed himself" bandwagon when so many things do not add up??? Does Chris not deserve to have people investigate this and uncover all details before he simply gets summed up as a junky suicidal rockstar? Geeze, people. I know, I know. Asking questions when something doesn't make sense is looked down upon these days. We are supposed to just blindly accept whatever we are told. Well, I don't. I was (and will always be) a huge fan. I know his heart and his love for life and his devotion to his children and to making the world a better place. He had big plans, and he was excited about them. As someone who use to take Ativan in large doses and drink with it, I can say that it made me happy and then it made me go to sleep...which is exactly what I wanted at the time. All I am saying is that at this point, there are far more questions than answers and out of respect for Chris, I will not just blindly accept this story as gospel because I am told to. Chris deserves more than that. - Miss Moonshine


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johnathon.lee
johnathon.lee I'm with you one THOUSAND percent. I've covered his songs ever since I was fortunate enough to be introduced to his music. His passion, soul and creativity were like none other. His musical spirit has flown through me for years and this and always will. I've never known heart break like this. I wanted to point out that I've been doing my own investigating and this may or may not be the key to it all...http://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/watch-audioslave-reunite-at-los-angeles-anti-inaugural-ball-w462305
We've seen many people getting fired in the white house, ambassadors being yanked from every country, heads literally rolling for all who go against the mighty Trump. I know depression is a real thing but you just presented undisputed facts and it doesn't add up that he would take himself out. Your forever fan, rest peacefully Chris my friend.

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Zach Moonshine
The Beast wow thank you for sharing that link and yeah that shines even more light thank you my friend \,,/ we wont let this rest
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The Beast Audioslave, the supergroup featuring Soundgarden's Chris Cornell and members of Rage Against the Machine, reunited onstage for the first time in nearly 12 years Friday night at the Anti-Inaugural Ball concert in Los Angeles.

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"12 years is a long time comin'," Cornell told the crowd at the Teragram Ballroom. Together, Audioslave performed three tracks off their 2002 self-titled debut LP, "Like a Stone," "Cochise" and "Show Me How to Live."
Cornell and his former band mates Tom Morello, Tim Commerford and Brad Wilk last performed in concert together in November 2005. The supergroup broke up in February 2007, just months after the release of their third LP Revelations.

Audioslave is the second dormant side project Cornell has resurrected in recent months, following his brief reunion tour with Temple of the Dog. However, the Audioslave reunion is likely just a special one-off for the anti-Trump concert, as no plans for future concerts are expected.

The Anti-Inaugural Ball also featured a headlining performance by Morello, Commerford and Wilk's current project Prophets of Rage – Audioslave's previously announced reunion came midway through the Prophets' set – as well as performances by Jackson Browne, Vic Mensa, Jack Black and the Los Angeles Freedom Choir.

"The Anti-Inaugural Ball is a celebration of resistance," Morello said of the concert in a statement. "Resistance to racism. Resistance to sexism. Resistance to homophobia. Resistance to bullying. Resistance to environmental devastation. Resistance to fascism. Resistance to Donald Trump. We are staring down the barrel of a dystopian nightmare unless we act now, unless we fight back now."

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Zach Moonshine
The Beast I think its very strange that just a month ago i got my decibel in the mail and on the front cover low and behold Soundgarden at first i was shocked being a metal magazine but now it makes me wonder why the label was prepping for a reboot in soundgardens career ? maybe just coincidence but still the timing
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Damien Khaos
Damien Khaos I truly believed he died of auto erotic asphyxiation. So instead of admitting a embarrassing death that could tarnish his legacy they called it a suicide so he could be immortalized. Better to say he was depressed and suicidal than to say he died cause he was jerking off with a band around his neck. That's just my 2 cents. Highly doubt he was murdered.
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Zach Moonshine
The Beast i still dont think he did it!
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