Mystery shrouds Woolmer's death

Updated: 26 October 2007 10:00 IST

Bob Woolmer's murder inquest seems to bring to the fore varying opinions with every passing day.

New Delhi:

Was he murdered? Or did he die of natural causes? Bob Woolmer's murder inquest seems to bring to the fore varying opinions with every passing day.

Seshaiah, the pathologist who first examined Bob Woolmer's body backed his own original stand that the former Pakistan coach died due to poisoning and strangulation.

"My final opinion is it was asphyxia, associated with poisoning," says Seshaiah.

He says Woolmer died of pesticide poisoning and he was also strangled.

The Indian doctors opinion is in variance to three other pathologists investigating the case, who have all said Woolmer died of natural causes, probably related to heart disease.

Topics : Cricket Bob Woolmer
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