Autopsy Of Murdered Cash App Founder Bob Lee Released, Drugs Found In His System
The autopsy of Cash App founder and murder victim Bob Lee, 43, has been released. Documents made public on Thursday showed that Lee was stabbed three times, twice in the chest and once in the hip. One strike at his left chest penetrated his heart, with a wound of approximately five inches. Lee died last month in Rincon Hill, San Francisco.
The medical examiner of the case also found alcohol, cocaine, ketamine and allergy medication in Lee’s system.
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Shortly after Lee’s murder, social media wags had speculated that the murderer was a homeless resident of the city, as San Francisco has seen a spike in crime recently.
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Now, police have charged fellow tech executive Nima Momeni for Lee’s death.
The two men were spotted leaving Lee’s hotel and getting into a Momeni’s car at about 2 a.m., the day of the murder. Prosecutors allege that Momeni drove to a secluded area on April 4 and ultimately stabbed him with a kitchen knife. Lee also was spending time with Momeni’s sister the day prior, with some believing this supposed relationship to be a possible motive for the suspect.
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