Relative Reacts To Fan Saying Chris Cornell’s Death ‘Doesn’t Add Up’

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Chris Cornell’s mother-in-law Toni Karayiannis liked the following Instagram comment written by a fan named kingcornell:

“What I’m getting from these comments is…If you don’t agree with the medical examiner’s report and every other report that they have reported to us for us to believe…Then we are just in denial and that is just simply not true. We are critical thinkers, we love Chris Cornell, it doesn’t add up…we’re not fucken weaklings.”

Karayiannis detailed the investigation into Chris Cornell’s death in an Instagram comment a week ago.

“I hear you! Forgive me for losing my trust in people these days! I’m going to make sure you get all the answers you deserve from someone who can do much better in writing! For now I can tell you that while we look into the matter of that horrible night, we are being advised to wait and not speak until it all comes together!

It makes sense! I for one agree with you only because you need to know that lots of things are happening behind the scenes, and yes we owe you at least that much! To keep you informed we are on it 24/7 and we are looking for answers, and we’re looking for answers as some, those with ‘bad’ intentions as I call them, or trolls, do say something I completely agree [with]! We all do!

It was in and out of investigation and then they gave it a name! We have great reasons to believe otherwise and his wife [will] fight for it! Our silence doesn’t help you and I do apologize for that! The fans should know that a lot is being done but nothing until all of this comes together! And I say lots of things, you see now, why I’m afraid to talk! Others take it I say addiction, you say why I mention abuse! Others say depression!”

Vicky Cornell recently traveled to Detroit with an attorney to acquire evidence from the medical examiner’s office. The attorney that accompanied Vicky Cornell was Jeffrey L. Schulman, who works for Pasich LLP. According to the Pasich LLP website, Schulman specializes in insurance cases. “Jeffrey L. Schulman represents commercial and individual policyholders in complex insurance coverage matters including insurance broker liability, construction defect, product liability, director and officer, multimedia, asbestos, and first-party claims. He also handles a wide variety of substantial business/commercial litigation and contract disputes.

His clients include retailers, product manufacturers, construction and real estate companies, and private equity companies. Jeffrey has tried numerous jury and non-jury cases to verdict, routinely resolves commercial disputes by way of mediation and arbitration, and has recovered more than $100 million dollars over the course of his career for individual and corporate clients.”