Cops Reopen Alleged Suicide Case Over Wounds To Back Of The Head

( Investigators in Chester County Pennsylvania are reviewing crime scene evidence related to the 2011 death of a Philadelphia teacher which they say might have been staged to look like a suicide.

On January 26, 2011, 27-year-old Ellen Greenberg was found dead in her kitchen by her fiancé Sam Goldberg. She had been stabbed twenty times.

Although Greenberg’s death was initially ruled a homicide, the Medical Examiner changed the cause of death to suicide, even though ten of the stab wounds were to the back of her neck and head.

The case has been handed to the Chester County District Attorney’s Office for re-review since the evidence suggests that the crime scene may have been staged based on the position of Greenberg’s body and the angle of the dry blood across her face.

Forensic pathologist Dr. Cyril Wecht told Fox News that he has never seen anything like this case, saying the suicide ruling is “highly unlikely.”

In 2019, Greenberg’s family had urged the Philadelphia District Attorney’s office to re-review the case. It was eventually turned over to the Pennsylvania Attorney General’s Office before the office was kicked off the case in July, citing a conflict of interest.

In an interview with Fox Nation, the Greenberg family accused their daughter’s fiancé Sam Goldberg of somehow being involved in her death.

Watch that segment from Fox Nation HERE.