Walking Dead actor Moses J. Moseley’s cause of death mystery

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Walking Dead actor Moses J. Moseley’s cause of death mystery. His family and his manager believe that he was murdered.

According to the death certificate obtained by TMZ, Moses J. Moseley’s cause of death could not be determined. According to the actor’s family, he was kidnapped before being murdered.

Moses’ body was discovered in January. The actor was found with a gunshot wound. His body was discovered in the Hudson Bridge area of Georgia’s Stockbridge.

The police had launched an investigation into the death and theories of suicide, murder and an accidental shooting had been looked at.

Speaking to TMZ Randy Lee of the Stockbridge police department explained: “During the preliminary investigation, the potential of the death being a suicide was considered while not ruling out any other possibilities.

“As investigators progressed their investigation and more evidence was processed, reviewed, and analyzed. Other possibilities have presented themselves including accidental.”

As reported by The Sun, Moses’ talent manager Gail Tassell believes that the star was murdered. His sister Teerea Kimbro claims that Moses was kidnapped before being murdered.

Tassell commented: “Moses was very close to his sister and they spoke several times a day every day,”

“He was at her house in the morning and left to go to a taping service get taped for an audition.”

He did not turn up later as planned.


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