The truth of the matter became somewhat more convoluted once it became apparent that Mr. Biafra was not, in fact, the squished victim of a locomotive. His living self was revealed when he personally showed up at the event that was meant to commemorate his life and mourn his passing.
Sources reveal that the memorial very well could have been a 'means of coping' for the not-actually-widowed Mrs. Biafra; her method of dealing with an impending divorce.
It was her soon-to-be ex-husband's arrival at the church which eventually led to the ensuing violence.
When questioned about the incident, Mrs. Vivian Lowe-Benjamin, who had accompanied Mr. Biafra to his own eulogy, had this to say. "I knew going with Jay to his own memorial was a sort of risk, but I didn't really care. (The violence) was honestly to be expected. As long as I've known Poe, she was always unstable and insanely jealous of anyone who talked to Jay. The entire memorial was a joke, it was obvious no one wanted to be there. I think most of them were just there to see if Poe would lose it."
And 'lose it' she did; pulling out a gun and unleashing a hail of bullets upon the father of her children and those unlucky enough to have attended this farce of an event.
The gunfire that followed left several of the attendees wounded - including Mr. Biafra himself and two others who were quickly transported to hospital.
Mrs. Biafra was also transported to hospital, though sources there state that she was incarcerated immediately in the Psych ward - both for her own protection and as a method of securing her until she could face police questioning.