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Reply #210 posted 05/23/17 3:14pm

cloveringold85

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precioux said:

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I wasn't directing that towards you, Prexioux (I know you know that).... LOL. Sometimes a good visual explains how you feel about a certain situation, ya know? LOL lol

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I'm just saying this is some damn bulllshhiiiiiiiitt!! mad

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Yea, I know they stopped making the Watson 385 and were black-market! nod

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Yes, I know that wink I like bishop bullwinkles Hell To The Naw better,though-LOL! lol [Edited 5/23/17 14:55pm]

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I meant "Precioux" (I spelled it wrong).

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Bishop Bullwinkles! LMAO!! lol lol

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Reply #211 posted 05/23/17 3:18pm

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cloveringold85 said:



disch said:


Agree, rogifan. There's no point in attacking the chefs' business. Prince obviously liked their work enough to employ them for 3 years. As for their interviews: I could only find a couple from soon after Prince's death, and neither did they make a big deal of checking the fridge. And remember: the fans were (and are) CLAMORING for info from people close to him about his physical state. It seems weird to want more info about Prince's health, then lash out at someone who's in a position (and willing) to share the little bit of insight they have.



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laurarichardson said: Well he was Prince's chef, of course any conversations with him are going to center around food. But then again I'm not one of the kooks who thinks his chefs poisoned him so I have no reason to be suspicous about them.



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Did you guys know that Prince was financially helping out Juell and Ray Roberts with their child's education? Did you also know that Prince was not happy with their service and was planning on firing them? Did you note in the interview where he says that Prince was very picky and saw a "finger print" on one of his dishes and said to the chef "I am watching you."


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There is more to the story, folks.


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Now, the chef has a booming business and media attention because Prince died. Nice, huh?



What is the source that he was planning on firing them? If that is true why are they still involved with Paisley Park?
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Reply #212 posted 05/23/17 3:24pm

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leadline said:




rogifan said:


laurarichardson said: Well he was Prince's chef, of course any conversations with him are going to center around food. But then again I'm not one of the kooks who thinks his chefs poisoned him so I have no reason to be suspicous about them.


And that is why you will never be an investigator smile Discounting the possibility of anything, because the thought of it sounds crazy, or, because the people in question said they are innocent, is a strange way to try to solve a case. Not saying they are guilty of anything, just saying ruling something out on those grounds is bad way to try to solve any case. Hopefully they pursued every lead and every possibility in their investigaton, but probably not yet since it is still an open case.

What one cannot deny, is the accuracy of this womans facts in the videos before anyone else had em. Psychic? Lucky? Who the hell knows, all I know is she has been accurate when all conventional thinking would dictate the possibility of that to be otherwise, and before there was any possibility of her attaining that information by conventional means.

It will be interesting to see how this all plays out, I will say it again, I discount nothing at face value, indlucing crazy videos on youtube of people claiming to be contacted by Prince in this case, but when their statements are on record before the fact, and turn out to be true, it can't just be tossed into the breeze as a coincidence.


History has also shown that when stuff happens like this, it is usually the people closest to you that are involved. Is that the case this time? I have no idea.


Time answers all questions right? In the meantime, I have no idea what is true or not true, but I will keep the options open to anything until difinitively proven otherwise.


You know I love your posts rogifan, so I write this with the utmost of respect.






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leadline: I love how you think!! I agree; a good investigator looks at ALL angles, even the crazy ones! LOL lol


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Seriously though, I agree; it's usually those closest to you who are those responsible. Of course people are going to be suspicious of the Roberts because Prince did not eat his food that day, which leads me to believe that Prince was onto them and/or someone else who was trying to do him bodily harm and possibly killing him! I know I wouldn't eat any food my Chef prepared for me if I thought I was being poisoned. Just saying. confused



No offense but what reason would they have for poisoning him? Prince was never known to be a big eater. Heck in that 2014 Rolling Stone interview he said people had to remind him to eat and drink water. So it's not surprising to me at all that he might not have eaten the last thing prepared for him. Also Prince re-tweeted a tweet from someone who was at the last event he had at PP and said they saw a large bowl of soup being brought back to him. He replied "YES, MMMMM!" So he was still eating their food on 4/16.

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Reply #213 posted 05/23/17 3:28pm

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Reply #214 posted 05/23/17 4:49pm

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cloveringold85 said:

Did you guys know that Prince was financially helping out Juell and Ray Roberts with their child's education? Did you also know that Prince was not happy with their service and was planning on firing them? Did you note in the interview where he says that Prince was very picky and saw a "finger print" on one of his dishes and said to the chef "I am watching you."

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There is more to the story, folks.

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Now, the chef has a booming business and media attention because Prince died. Nice, huh?


Link to all of this info please.

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Reply #215 posted 05/23/17 4:59pm

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rogifan said:

cloveringold85 said:

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Did you guys know that Prince was financially helping out Juell and Ray Roberts with their child's education? Did you also know that Prince was not happy with their service and was planning on firing them? Did you note in the interview where he says that Prince was very picky and saw a "finger print" on one of his dishes and said to the chef "I am watching you."

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There is more to the story, folks.

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Now, the chef has a booming business and media attention because Prince died. Nice, huh?

What is the source that he was planning on firing them? If that is true why are they still involved with Paisley Park?

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I read it a long time ago, so it may be difficult to find it now.

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I guess they were cleared of any wrongdoing, but there was never any information on whether any of Prince's food or drinks that the Roberts prepared was ever tested.

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Reply #216 posted 05/23/17 5:02pm

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rogifan said:

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leadline: I love how you think!! I agree; a good investigator looks at ALL angles, even the crazy ones! LOL lol

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Seriously though, I agree; it's usually those closest to you who are those responsible. Of course people are going to be suspicious of the Roberts because Prince did not eat his food that day, which leads me to believe that Prince was onto them and/or someone else who was trying to do him bodily harm and possibly killing him! I know I wouldn't eat any food my Chef prepared for me if I thought I was being poisoned. Just saying. confused

No offense but what reason would they have for poisoning him? Prince was never known to be a big eater. Heck in that 2014 Rolling Stone interview he said people had to remind him to eat and drink water. So it's not surprising to me at all that he might not have eaten the last thing prepared for him. Also Prince re-tweeted a tweet from someone who was at the last event he had at PP and said they saw a large bowl of soup being brought back to him. He replied "YES, MMMMMMM!" So he was still eating their food on 4/16. https://twitter.com/princ...8680796160 [Edited 5/23/17 15:28pm]

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I'm not saying that the Robert's were poisoning him, I'm just stating a fact that Prince's food and drink was not tested for any possible tampering, that's all. Obviously, the Robert's were cleared of any wrongdoing. Well, at least as far as we know.

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I never heard about Prince having soup on April 16th. Thanks for sharing that info.

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Reply #217 posted 05/23/17 5:04pm

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Mumio said:

cloveringold85 said:

Did you guys know that Prince was financially helping out Juell and Ray Roberts with their child's education? Did you also know that Prince was not happy with their service and was planning on firing them? Did you note in the interview where he says that Prince was very picky and saw a "finger print" on one of his dishes and said to the chef "I am watching you."

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There is more to the story, folks.

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Now, the chef has a booming business and media attention because Prince died. Nice, huh?


Link to all of this info please.

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I apologize but I do not have any links to provide as I read this information somewhere on the net a long time ago. I'm not saying that what this person said was true. It could just be someone who does not like the Roberts? Who knows? confused

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Reply #218 posted 05/23/17 5:14pm

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Why is checking to see if Prince ate a meal that was prepared so suspicious? Especially when it's your job to prepare meals? Makes perfect sense you'd be curious if your employer ate what you cooked. In a year I haven't seen any argument presented that makes any sense that validates pointing a finger at the chefs beyond people are angry and they watch too much sensationalized tv. So for me, unless someone has something concrete beyond a personal opinion I've got to give you a side-eye. hmm

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Reply #219 posted 05/23/17 5:31pm

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morningsong said:

Why is checking to see if Prince ate a meal that was prepared so suspicious? Especially when it's your job to prepare meals? Makes perfect sense you'd be curious if your employer ate what you cooked. In a year I haven't seen any argument presented that makes any sense that validates pointing a finger at the chefs beyond people are angry and they watch too much sensationalized tv. So for me, unless someone has something concrete beyond a personal opinion I've got to give you a side-eye. hmm

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I beg to differ. If I was cooking for Prince and he suddenly died, the last thing I would be doing is checking the refrigerator to see if he ate the food I prepared for him. I would be so grief-stricken and inconsolable, but hey, that's just me!

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Okay, you can give all the side-eye you want. hmm

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Reply #220 posted 05/23/17 5:35pm

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I couldn't find any quote from the chef that he checked the fridge specifically to see if the meal was still there. The closest was this Tribune interview which the author ended: "When he returned to the musician's studio home for his memorial service a few days later, Roberts found [the meal] in the refrigerator — just as he'd left it."

cloveringold85 said:

morningsong said:

Why is checking to see if Prince ate a meal that was prepared so suspicious? Especially when it's your job to prepare meals? Makes perfect sense you'd be curious if your employer ate what you cooked. In a year I haven't seen any argument presented that makes any sense that validates pointing a finger at the chefs beyond people are angry and they watch too much sensationalized tv. So for me, unless someone has something concrete beyond a personal opinion I've got to give you a side-eye. hmm

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I beg to differ. If I was cooking for Prince and he suddenly died, the last thing I would be doing is checking the refrigerator to see if he ate the food I prepared for him. I would be so grief-stricken and inconsolable, but hey, that's just me!

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Okay, you can give all the side-eye you want. hmm

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Reply #221 posted 05/23/17 5:38pm

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https://www.theguardian.c...sonal-chef

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Roberts last saw Prince the evening before the musician was found dead at Paisley Park. He cooked Prince a roasted red pepper bisque with a kale and spring vegetable salad. But Prince never ate it. When he returned to the musician’s studio home for his memorial service a few days later, Roberts found it in the refrigerator – just as he’d left it.

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Reply #222 posted 05/23/17 5:40pm

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Right -- the author just says he noticed it in the fridge, not that he was hunting around the kitchen for it.

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https://www.theguardian.c...sonal-chef

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Roberts last saw Prince the evening before the musician was found dead at Paisley Park. He cooked Prince a roasted red pepper bisque with a kale and spring vegetable salad. But Prince never ate it. When he returned to the musician’s studio home for his memorial service a few days later, Roberts found it in the refrigerator – just as he’d left it.

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Reply #223 posted 05/23/17 5:41pm

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cloveringold85 said:

morningsong said:

Why is checking to see if Prince ate a meal that was prepared so suspicious? Especially when it's your job to prepare meals? Makes perfect sense you'd be curious if your employer ate what you cooked. In a year I haven't seen any argument presented that makes any sense that validates pointing a finger at the chefs beyond people are angry and they watch too much sensationalized tv. So for me, unless someone has something concrete beyond a personal opinion I've got to give you a side-eye. hmm

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I beg to differ. If I was cooking for Prince and he suddenly died, the last thing I would be doing is checking the refrigerator to see if he ate the food I prepared for him. I would be so grief-stricken and inconsolable, but hey, that's just me!

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Okay, you can give all the side-eye you want. hmm



At your place of employment, you wouldn't check your desk? They weren't his lovers. They had to go about their job or stay their behinds at home and cry all they want.

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Reply #224 posted 05/23/17 5:42pm

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I really, really don't like the talk about the chef's & the poison, when it is highly unlikely that anyone poisoned his food. It's not fair to them, and it could ruin their business and keep them from making a living for their family.

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There are facts, and the fact is he died from an accidental overdose from fentanyl. The fact is these illegal pills were found at PP.

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Reply #225 posted 05/23/17 5:48pm

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PennyPurple said:

https://www.theguardian.c...sonal-chef

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Roberts last saw Prince the evening before the musician was found dead at Paisley Park. He cooked Prince a roasted red pepper bisque with a kale and spring vegetable salad. But Prince never ate it. When he returned to the musician’s studio home for his memorial service a few days later, Roberts found it in the refrigerator – just as he’d left it.

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Ha-ha! You and Disch posted that at the same time! LO lol

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Okay, so it was several days later. Does anyone else besides me thinks that it was strange he was allowed in PP after Prince died?

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I guess the detectives did not feel the need to check the kitchen area for any drugs or traces of Fentanyl?

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Reply #226 posted 05/23/17 5:50pm

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cloveringold85 said:

PennyPurple said:

https://www.theguardian.c...sonal-chef

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Roberts last saw Prince the evening before the musician was found dead at Paisley Park. He cooked Prince a roasted red pepper bisque with a kale and spring vegetable salad. But Prince never ate it. When he returned to the musician’s studio home for his memorial service a few days later, Roberts found it in the refrigerator – just as he’d left it.

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Ha-ha! You and Disch posted that at the same time! LO lol

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Okay, so it was several days later. Does anyone else besides me thinks that it was strange he was allowed in PP after Prince died?

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I guess the detectives did not feel the need to check the kitchen area for any drugs or traces of Fentanyl?

He & his wife were at the memorial service, they could've even cooked for the memorial service (?) but I do not know that as a fact.

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Reply #227 posted 05/23/17 5:51pm

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morningsong said:

cloveringold85 said:

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I beg to differ. If I was cooking for Prince and he suddenly died, the last thing I would be doing is checking the refrigerator to see if he ate the food I prepared for him. I would be so grief-stricken and inconsolable, but hey, that's just me!

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Okay, you can give all the side-eye you want. hmm



At your place of employment, you wouldn't check your desk? They weren't his lovers. They had to go about their job or stay their behinds at home and cry all they want.

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Well, Penny & Disch already cleared that up.

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Ray had to go about his job? What job? His boss died.

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What's this about crying? confused

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Reply #228 posted 05/23/17 5:54pm

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PennyPurple said:

cloveringold85 said:

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Ha-ha! You and Disch posted that at the same time! LO lol

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Okay, so it was several days later. Does anyone else besides me thinks that it was strange he was allowed in PP after Prince died?

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I guess the detectives did not feel the need to check the kitchen area for any drugs or traces of Fentanyl?

He & his wife were at the memorial service, they could've even cooked for the memorial service (?) but I do not know that as a fact.

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Yes, they quite possibly did cook for the memorial service. I'm not placing any blame on Prince's chef's, only pointing out that the detectives should have checked other area's of the house (which I'm sure they did), but maybe not the kitchen and/or Prince's food. That's all I was trying to point out. biggrin

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Reply #229 posted 05/23/17 5:54pm

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Well, the chef was there as a guest at the memorial service -- one of about 30 people, I think. There's been tons of talk here about why the police didn't have PP on lockdown (short answer: the police didn't seek permission for that via a court-approved warrant, as they apparently got what they needed in prior searches), but as far as chef being there specifically for that service, it doesn't seem particularly odd to me, no.

PennyPurple said:

https://www.theguardian.c...sonal-chef

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Roberts last saw Prince the evening before the musician was found dead at Paisley Park. He cooked Prince a roasted red pepper bisque with a kale and spring vegetable salad. But Prince never ate it. When he returned to the musician’s studio home for his memorial service a few days later, Roberts found it in the refrigerator – just as he’d left it.

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Ha-ha! You and Disch posted that at the same time! LO lol

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Okay, so it was several days later. Does anyone else besides me thinks that it was strange he was allowed in PP after Prince died?

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I guess the detectives did not feel the need to check the kitchen area for any drugs or traces of Fentanyl?

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Reply #230 posted 05/23/17 5:55pm

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I really, really don't like the talk about the chef's & the poison, when it is highly unlikely that anyone poisoned his food. It's not fair to them, and it could ruin their business and keep them from making a living for their family.

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There are facts, and the fact is he died from an accidental overdose from fentanyl. The fact is these illegal pills were found at PP.




All this pettling harlequin-style stories isn't getting to the bottom of why Prince is dead. I love a good story too but geesh never seen people work so hard to stirrup crap. The coroner checked the contents of his stomach, that's their job. People do actually do their jobs and not run around being melodramtic everywhere.


Okay, I'm not being very nice but seriously I don't feel like putting on my hip boots right now.


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Reply #231 posted 05/23/17 6:01pm

morningsong

PennyPurple said:

cloveringold85 said:

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Ha-ha! You and Disch posted that at the same time! LO lol

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Okay, so it was several days later. Does anyone else besides me thinks that it was strange he was allowed in PP after Prince died?

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I guess the detectives did not feel the need to check the kitchen area for any drugs or traces of Fentanyl?

He & his wife were at the memorial service, they could've even cooked for the memorial service (?) but I do not know that as a fact.



Hell, they could have been cleaning out the kitchen. Picking up their supplies. Who was there to eat what was in the frig? Were they supposed to just let it spoil and stink up the place? The kitchen was their domain and they went about handling their business like professional people do, that's why they lasted with Prince.

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Reply #232 posted 05/23/17 6:06pm

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Well, the chef was there as a guest at the memorial service -- one of about 30 people, I think. There's been tons of talk here about why the police didn't have PP on lockdown (short answer: the police didn't seek permission for that via a court-approved warrant, as they apparently got what they needed in prior searches), but as far as chef being there specifically for that service, it doesn't seem particularly odd to me, no.

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Ha-ha! You and Disch posted that at the same time! LO lol

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Okay, so it was several days later. Does anyone else besides me thinks that it was strange he was allowed in PP after Prince died?

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I guess the detectives did not feel the need to check the kitchen area for any drugs or traces of Fentanyl?

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Carver County Sheriff's waited too long to do a search warrant. People were coming and going and things were being touched and moved around, which makes it a contaminated crime scene, as we've discussed a million times here.

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Bottom line, Chanhassen is a small town and they were not prepared to handle an investigation of this magnitude, and certainly not for a rock icon like Prince!

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Reply #233 posted 05/23/17 6:08pm

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morningsong said:

PennyPurple said:

I really, really don't like the talk about the chef's & the poison, when it is highly unlikely that anyone poisoned his food. It's not fair to them, and it could ruin their business and keep them from making a living for their family.

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There are facts, and the fact is he died from an accidental overdose from fentanyl. The fact is these illegal pills were found at PP.




All this pettling harlequin-style stories isn't getting to the bottom of why Prince is dead. I love a good story too but geesh never seen people work so hard to stirrup crap. The coroner checked the contents of his stomach, that's their job. People do actually do their jobs and not run around being melodramtic everywhere.


Okay, I'm not being very nice but seriously I don't feel like putting on my hip boots right now.


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Stirring up crap? Who?

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Reply #234 posted 05/23/17 6:10pm

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cloveringold85 said:

PennyPurple said:

He & his wife were at the memorial service, they could've even cooked for the memorial service (?) but I do not know that as a fact.

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Yes, they quite possibly did cook for the memorial service. I'm not placing any blame on Prince's chef's, only pointing out that the detectives should have checked other area's of the house (which I'm sure they did), but maybe not the kitchen and/or Prince's food. That's all I was trying to point out. biggrin




How the heck do you know they didn't on April 21st? Where are you getting your information? You seem awfully tight fisted with it.





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Reply #235 posted 05/23/17 6:13pm

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cloveringold85 said:

morningsong said:




All this pettling harlequin-style stories isn't getting to the bottom of why Prince is dead. I love a good story too but geesh never seen people work so hard to stirrup crap. The coroner checked the contents of his stomach, that's their job. People do actually do their jobs and not run around being melodramtic everywhere.


Okay, I'm not being very nice but seriously I don't feel like putting on my hip boots right now.


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Stirring up crap? Who?

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Anyone who isn't backing up their stories with any type of information for others to investigate.

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Reply #236 posted 05/23/17 6:16pm

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Prince's Chef's, Juell and Ray Roberts has been discussed here on the Org many times.

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Lipstick Alley references the Org about the Chef story:

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http://www.lipstickalley....cies/page2

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Reply #237 posted 05/23/17 6:19pm

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cloveringold85 said:

Prince's Chef's, Juell and Ray Roberts has been discussed here on the Org many times.

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Lipstick Alley references the Org about the Chef story:

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http://www.lipstickalley....cies/page2



Seriously? Lipstick alley is your source of gossip mongering information?




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Reply #238 posted 05/23/17 6:26pm

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morningsong said:

cloveringold85 said:

Prince's Chef's, Juell and Ray Roberts has been discussed here on the Org many times.

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Lipstick Alley references the Org about the Chef story:

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http://www.lipstickalley....cies/page2



Seriously? Lipstick alley is your source of gossip mongering information?




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Can you take it back there?



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No, it's not my source for news; did I say it was?

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That info was taken from the ORG.....did you see that part?

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Reply #239 posted 05/23/17 6:31pm

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morningsong said:

cloveringold85 said:

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Yes, they quite possibly did cook for the memorial service. I'm not placing any blame on Prince's chef's, only pointing out that the detectives should have checked other area's of the house (which I'm sure they did), but maybe not the kitchen and/or Prince's food. That's all I was trying to point out. biggrin




How the heck do you know they didn't on April 21st? Where are you getting your information? You seem awfully tight fisted with it.





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Hence why I said "I'm sure they did"........or maybe they didn't check the kitchen. None of us know that for sure. The food was still in the fridge when they had the Memorial service, so it appears that they did not check the kitchen. I'm not saying they DID or DID NOT, just saying that it doesn't seem that way, at least to me.

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Please, calm down now, okay?

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