Tereasa Martin and Leonore Jenkins appeared on Tuesday's episode of 'The Dr. Oz Show.'
A dead Chicago girl's mother says police are lying about the last moments of her daughter's life.
The photos of Kenneka Jenkins’ dead body released this week have caused an uproar among those who believe that the teenager who died locked in a freezer was murdered, but experts say the pictures actually reveal her natural cause ofShow More Summary
Audio files released from the Rosemont police show that Teresa Martin doubted her daughter's friends' account of the night Kenneka went missing.
“Frankly, the photos depicting how Kenneka was found raise more questions about what happened to Kenneka Jenkins than they answer,” the family's attorney said.
There were also multiple gang members from both the Vice Lords and other Chicago gangs at the party, according to interviews conducted during the investigation.
Surveillance video, police audio and newly released police reports provide the fullest account yet
Family attorney Larry Rogers Jr. said: "The pictures are graphic and disturbing images and inexplicably show portions of her body exposed." [ more › ]
New details have been released on the case of Kenneka Jenkins, the 19-year-old Chicago teen found dead in a hotel freezer in September.
Speculation ran rampant on social media in the aftermath of the teen's tragic death, which was officially ruled an accident by the medical examiner's office. [ more › ]
People protested over the lack of details about Jenkins' death and conspiracy theories circulated online.
Chicago wants hotels held accountable after the death of the 19-year-old Jenkins.
An Illinois medical examiner’s office has determined that the death of a young woman whose body was found in a Chicago-area hotel’s walk-in freezer was an accident. Kenneka Jenkins, 19, was found inside the freezer on Sept. 10 after she disappeared from a room at the Crowne Plaza in suburban Rosemont....
The death of Kenneka Jenkins at the Crowne Plaza hotel has been determined an accident, the medical examiner’s office announced in a statement
Kenneka Jenkins’ body was found Sept. 10 in a walk-in freezer at the Crowne Plaza Chicago O’Hare Hotel in Rosemont.
Kenneka Jenkins’ Death Ruled An Accident Despite weeks of outrage from the public and a demand for “answers,” “justice,” and “the truth” from conspiracy theorists on the streets and social media, it appears that Kenneka Jenkins’ tragic death was
So can Rosemont be allowed to conduct a thorough investigation now? Kenneka Jenkins, the 19-year-old Chicago woman found dead in a hotel freezer in northwest suburban Rosemont last month, died of hypothermia, according to the Cook County medical examiner’s office.Her death was ruled an accident. Show More Summary
CHICAGO, Illinois (WGN) -- The Cook County Medical Examiner ruled the death of 19-year-old Kenneka Jenkins an accident caused by hypothermia after she entered a walk-in freezer in a Rosemont hotel on September 10, according to a statement released Friday. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
Kenneka Jenkins' body was found in a walk-in freezer in an Illinois hotel Sept. 10
Alcohol, caffeine and the migraine medication topiramate intoxication were deemed “significant contributing factors” to her passing.