Cash App Founder Bob Lee Autopsy Report Reveals Shocking Details of Fatal Stabbing: Investigation Continues for Justice
Cash App founder Bob Lee‘s autopsy report has been released by San Francisco’s Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, revealing new details about his death.
According to NBC News, the report confirmed that the manner and method of Lee’s death on April 4 was a homicide by sharp injury. He died from three stab wounds, two to the chest and one to the hip.
The autopsy also revealed that Lee had alcohol and several drugs, including cocaine, ketamine, and cetirizine, an allergy medication.
However, the report stated that the drugs did not contribute to his death. Nima Momeni, another tech executive, was arrested by San Francisco police on suspicion of murdering Lee three weeks after his death.
Court documents cited by NBC News revealed that Momeni and Lee had argued over Momeni’s sister before the stabbing. Momeni’s arraignment, originally scheduled for May 2, was postponed to May 18 at his lawyer’s request, Paula Canny.
During a pretrial hearing in April, Canny stated that her client planned to plead not guilty. However, after Lee’s autopsy report was released, Canny referenced it while speaking to reporters, saying, “There’s a lot of drugs in Bob Lee’s system.
Bob Lee’s system is like the Walgreens of recreational drugs.” District Attorney Brooke Jenkins told reporters that it’s common for the defense to denigrate victims’ reputations. Still, she does not believe that, at this point, “any drugs being present or not play a part in what happens.”
Bob Lee was a respected tech executive who founded the popular Cash App. His death was a tragic loss, and the new details about his passing only add to the sadness. The investigation into his murder is ongoing, and we hope that justice will be served for him and his loved ones.
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