Investigation Into Prince’s Death Finally Closed

The Investigation Is Over It’s been almost two years since Prince passed away, and the effects are still seen around the Minneapolis area where he resided. Flowers are still...

The Investigation Is Over
It’s been almost two years since Prince passed away, and the effects are still seen around the Minneapolis area where he resided. Flowers are still placed outside of Paisley Park, and residents in his hometown of Chanhassen, Minnesota are still talking about the legacy he left behind. Prince’s impact wasn’t just as a trail blazer in the music industry, but also as a standup citizen in the community, where he frequently donated money to the local elementary schools.

Finally, the investigation into the case has been closed, with no criminal charges filed, according to Carver County attorney Mark Metz. The investigation involved looking into the moments that lead up to finding Prince unresponsive in an elevator on April 21, 2016, after a fentanyl overdose. Not everyone is pleased with the ending of the investigation that yields no criminal charges. Prince’s sister, Sharon L. Nelson, took to Twitter today to voice her opinion on the results, saying:

“There is so much about Prince’s death and this investigation that troubles me and millions of #prince fans around the world.”

According to the Tampa Bay Times, Nelson questions why the authorities did not immediately collect some of Prince’s important things after his death like his computer, files and other records. Hopefully, no matter the outcome in the future, the entire truth will surface on the death of such a beloved music icon.

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