People say money buys everything. Well, that is not always the case. It was proven once again after a billionaire's son was found dead in a hotel room in Cleveland.
"The body of Socrates S. Kokkalis, 34, was discovered at the Marriott Hotel in downtown Cleveland, a police report from the Cleveland Police Department stated. He was believed to have been dead about 12 hours before authorities found him, News 5 Cleveland reported," reported Fox News.
Socrates is the son of the famous Greek billionaire, Socrates P. Kokkalis Sr., the founder of Intracom. Intracom is a Greek telecommunications company that is the largest of its kind in southeastern Europe, Cleveland.com reported.
The deceased young man was said to have been in Cleveland for business meetings and to discuss a sports betting project. Officials believe he may have died of a drug overdose, although the official cause of death has yet to be determined.
"Two people who were believed to be the last to see Kokkalis alive were interviewed by investigators. One person told officers he saw Kokkalis after dinner the night before. The other person said he saw Kokkalis leaving an elevator following dinner," reported Fox News.
Please join us in praying for his family during this sad time. We ask that God's comfort would surround them as they mourn the loss of Socrates.
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