However when you look closely at what happened shortly before her death, the events leading to her death, how she was found, etc., in my opinion it's clear that murder is a more logical scenario than suicide or accidental death.
Thank you, Jon (if I may call you Jon).
Granted, I have not read books on the subject, and I recognize that others have studied the case a lot longer than I have, but I think I know the nuts and bolts.
At the end of the day, I think circumstances lend more toward accident, but I must say I don't know. (Actually, I have said that.)
It's a matter of interpreting the evidence. Heck, even experts disagree when it comes to that!