Twisted Murder Mystery

(Submitted News) [This is a pretty detailed report by Phillip Bantz, we're just providing some highlights see the full story for it all]One enormous question connected to one small injury discovered inside the throat of a dead Cape Coral musician stands between detectives attempting to close the nearly 2-year-old case and a suspicious, grieving father who wants justice.

Andrew J. Howard and a high school friend formed "Twisted Method" when they were just 14 years old. The band would later explode onto the heavy metal music scene, land a $5.5 million five-year contract with MCA Records…Soon after the band's final tour, Howard was back in the Cape and his girlfriend Jamie Faranda had given birth to their twin daughters Riley Nicole and Jade Renee. The girls were born premature and weighed just over a pound each. Howard decided to stay home with his twins and quit touring with Twisted Method. The 23-year-old guitarist was found dead inside his Cape Coral home seven months later on Sept. 16, 2005. Howard had been lying in bed deceased for 18 hours before being discovered by a member of his new band "The Fallen," according to his father Joe Howard and Faranda. Joe, who retired from the CCPD and state attorney's office before his son's death, spent six months investigating the case and adamantly believes that his son did not commit suicide or die of an accidental overdose. He blames the detectives handling Howard's death, saying the investigation was botched from the beginning and that his attempts to produce leads in the case have been dismissed.[see full story for more] - Click here for the Full Story

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