Cause of death: “Coroner Shirley Radcliffe adjourned the hearing until April 3 when a date for the full inquest will be set.”
Read the article directly on independent.ie or click photo below to open PDF file:
Read Eric Alexandrakis’ statement directly on his Facebook account or enlarge screen shot below:
The above photo was posted on Facebook with the statement, a screen shot of Eric’s phone displaying the message he received from Dolores.
D.A.R.K. just released a statement via their PR and marketing agency Reybee, Inc.
Read it directly at the source on melchi.mp or click the photo below to open PDF file.
Statement includes Olé’s moving first words and also reveals that “Dolores was in London working on a mixing session with Martin Glover / “Youth” for the follow-up to Science Agrees…”
This morning, independent.ie announced that post-mortem results are due for release tomorrow.
Let’s note note that website Santa Monica Observer announced that a source in the London Police Department said Dolores O’ Riordan died of Fentanyl poisoning:
Lead Singer of the Cranberries Dolores O’Riordan died of Fentanyl poisoning Monday, said a source in the London Police Department. Authorities found counterfeit fentanyl near the 46 years old rocker’s bed. The source added that an official cause of death will probably have to wait for a toxicology report. He added that suicide and a deliberate overdose are suspected.
Several media around the world are now quoting this article as a reliable source of information, though this U.S. newspaper is known for publishing fake news, so we’d strongly advised to wait for the coroner report!
The Mirror reported that Dolores’ body was discovered in the bathroom of her suite by the cleaners. She was staying at the London Hilton on Park Lane.
YouTube user “Radio AlternativeMusic dot com” shared a rare video recorded backstage post show in Rochester, NY, USA on the 8 November 1993. Title says venue was Water Street Music Hall but this might be a mistake as the show that day happened at Horizontal Boogie Bar.
Or is the Horizontal Boogie Bar the mistake?
People queued in Limerick from early morning to sign a book of condolence for Dolores O’Riordan. | Read more: http://bit.ly/2B5aTY1
Gepostet von RTÉ News am Dienstag, 16. Januar 2018
As reported by irishtimes.com, a book of condolence opened at Limerick City Hall for local people to pay tribute to rock star and Limerick woman Dolores O’Riordan.
For all those who can’t go, there’s an online version, please click here.
(EDIT: you can’t leave messages anymore. To read the few messages selected by the city go to limerick.ie or click photo below to open PDF file)