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POLICE RE-OPEN ROLLING STONE'S DROWNING CASE
From Poolandspa.com Online Newsletter September 2009

British police reopen case of Rolling Stone's drowning

September 1, 2009
The Associated Press

 
LONDON – British police said Monday they will review the death of Rolling Stones guitarist Brian Jones, whose accidental drowning in 1969 sparked speculation that he was murdered.

The Mail on Sunday reported that journalist Scott Jones, who is not related to the musician, has handed over 600 documents to Sussex police in southeast England, who said they will examine them.

Brian Jones died July 2, 1969, at age 27. His body was found in the pool at his 11-acre Sussex estate, just a month after he left the band.

A coroner said Jones drowned while under the influence of alcohol and drugs. But two 1994 books claimed Jones was murdered by London builder Frank Thorogood, who had been hired to help renovate Jones' home: Paint It Black: The Murder of Brian Jones, by Geoffrey Guiliano, and Who Killed Christopher Robin? by Terry Rawlings.

The Associated Press