David Carradine’s death photo on the Thai newspaper continues to haunt the familyJune 11th, 2009 - 1:41 am ICT by GD
The photographs of the dead come to haunt the family members every time they get leaked. Just a few days back it was Nikki Catsouras’ car crash pictures and now it is the Carradine family which is facing a similar crisis. The death photo of the David Carradine which was leaked in a Thai newspaper has gone beyond the confines of the single newspaper. Despite of the objection from the Carradine family, the death photographs are become one of the most sought after items on the Internet.
Amidst all the chaos the Thai police have informed the media that the investigation of the whole case will take about a month. In addition to this, they have also informed that the autopsy report will be out in three weeks. It is being considered that the photographs that were published in the Thai newspaper has fueled the speculation that Carradine committed suicide or he was into auto-erotic asphyxiation. The other speculation doing the rounds is the possibility of murder. Here it must be mentioned that the Carradine family have rejected to the theory of suicide.
According to sources, they are trying to get help from the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Though the FBI and the Thai police are having talks together yet the case is still under Thailand jurisdiction.
David Carradine, best known for his role in the movie “Kung Fu,” was found hanging from the rail in the closet of his hotel room. Rumors have it that that some photos show that his hands were tied over his head. However, the family’s attorney, Mark Geragos, has slammed these rumors and said, “The family is outraged about the release of these photos. I will legally go after any publication for invasion of privacy and emotional distress if the photos are run in the United States.”
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