Cold Case REOPENED – After 11 Years
(TargetLiberty.org) – Cops have reopened an investigation into the death of a Philadelphia, Pennsylvania woman after more than a decade of pressure from her friends and family. The death was originally classed as suicide, but people who knew the victim refused to believe it. Looking at the facts of the case, it’s easy to see why.
#EllenGreenberg was found dead in her Philadelphia kitchen with 20 stab wounds. There were allegedly signs that the scene had been tampered with, and she had numerous bruises as well. Authorities deemed it a suicide. #truecrime https://t.co/3Gd14lkeyk
— Michael Ruiz (@mikerreports) August 31, 2022
On January 26, 2011, Sam Goldberg called police in Philadelphia to say he’d found his fiancee Ellen Greenberg’s corpse in their home. Cops found Greenberg sprawled on the kitchen floor, dead from 20 stab wounds, with half of them inflicted from behind.
Forensic evidence allegedly showed at least two of the wounds were inflicted after death. Police quickly decided it was a homicide. However, after investigators met with the Philadelphia medical examiner’s office and pathologists, the ruling was changed to suicide.
Greenberg’s family and friends refused to accept this bizarre verdict. They want to know why her body was covered in bruises, some of which had started to heal, and how she was supposed to have stabbed herself 10 times in the back of her own head. Friends said she was anxious about her upcoming wedding but showed no signs of suicidal thoughts.
Now, over 11 years after Greenberg died, the Chester County District Attorney’s Office has finally agreed to reopen the investigation. Will the truth come out at last?
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