Was James Brown killed? Prosecutor may open new in
An Atlanta prosecutor is weighing whether to open an investigation into
An Atlanta prosecutor is weighing whether to open an investigation into the death of James Brown after meeting with a woman who claims she has evidence the singer was slain.
On Wednesday, Fulton County District Attorney Paul Howard Jr. interviewed Jacque Hollander, a circus singer who has been alleging for years Brown was killed. Howard told CNN his office plans to conduct further interviews and examine potential evidence before deciding whether to launch a full investigation.
The news comes one year after CNN's explosive investigation in which 13 people close to Brown said they don't believe he died of natural causes. Brown, dubbed the “Godfather of Soul,” died at an Atlanta hospital on Dec. 25, 2006. He was 73. Brown's official cause of death was listed as congestive heart failure due to complications from pneumonia.
CNN sat in on Hollander's meeting with the district attorney. Howard and two other prosecutors listened as she gave them a list of other witnesses, provided them with a stack of printed text messages and provided a green plastic storage bin that she said was filled with evidence.
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