Jan Josef Liefers wants to know: RTL investigates Whitney Houston's death

Was Whitney Houston's death really an accident? Jan Josef Liefers and Prof.

Jan Josef Liefers wants to know: RTL investigates Whitney Houston's death

Was Whitney Houston's death really an accident? Jan Josef Liefers and Prof. Dr. Michael Tsokos have their doubts about the autopsy report. For RTL, the actor and the forensic pathologist go in search of clues in Los Angeles.

In a new documentary, Jan Josef Liefers and forensic pathologist Prof. Dr. Michael Tsokos after Whitney Houston's death.

In "Death Riddles with Liefers and Tsokos – The Whitney Houston Case" they devote themselves to the case of the pop star on RTL from July 7th. For the extensive research, the actor and the doctor go to Los Angeles.

The singer, who suffered from alcohol and drug problems, was found dead in the bathtub of her hotel suite on February 11, 2012. Tsokos and Liefers are now finding evidence that the official cause of death "death by accident" contradicts the official cause of death and points to a homicide, as stated in a press release.

For example, Houston is said to have been found face down in the bathtub - a position that is said to almost never occur in natural deaths, accidents or suicides. Other criminal experts such as a toxicologist also confirm the suspicion of a suspected homicide.

Liefers and the doctor have already worked together for similar cases: At the beginning of 2021, a format was launched in which the “crime scene” star and the professor explained the work of a forensic doctor using real autopsies.

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