Barbara Marion, the most youthful little girl of The Rolling Stones author Brian Jones, trusts her dad was killed and says police neglected to appropriately examine the conditions encompassing to his demise.
Recently denoted the 50th commemoration of Jones’ passing. On July third, 1969, the 27-year-old rocker was discovered dead at the base of his pool. The coroner later reasoned that Jones kicked the bucket by “misfortune” and noticed that his liver and heart were intensely broadened by past medication and liquor misuse.
Addressing Sky News, Marion portrayed her dad’s demise as “somewhat of a riddle.”
“I think he was killed and I figure the police did not examine it the manner in which they ought to have,” Marion said. “I couldn’t want anything more than to have them revive [the case] and to find a few solutions.”
Hypotheses encompassing Jones’ passing have endured all through fan hovers for a considerable length of time. The most well known hypothesis is that Jones was killed by a development laborer named Frank Thorogood, who was the last individual to see Jones alive.
Sussex Police have intermittently explored Jones’ case throughout the years, however found no new proof to propose there was a homicide.
In an announcement discharged recently, Sussex Police stated, “The demise of Brian Jones was explored in 1969 and was likewise the subject of two audits by Sussex Police, in 1984 and 1994.
“Every now and then in the course of recent years Sussex Police have additionally gotten messages or reports from writers and different people about the passing. Each is considered on its individual merits and evaluated any place fitting.
“No such report has been gotten since 2010 and no new proof has risen to propose that the coroner’s unique decision of ‘death by misfortune’ was wrong. The case has not been revived and there are no designs for that to occur.”