Monthly Archives: March 2011

Former Charterhouse pupil who plunged to death on ski holiday ‘had taken designer drug Dr Death’

A skiier found at the bottom of an icy 300ft rock face had traces of a designer drug dubbed ‘Dr Death’ in his system, an inquest heard. Myles Robinson, 23, died of multiple injuries including a severe head trauma after … Continue reading

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Metropolitan Police Response to Dr. Paul Knapman Over Fatal Shooting of Mark Saunders

The requests and recommendations made by Westminster Coroner, Dr. Paul Knapman concerning the death of barrister Mark Saunders have now been responded to by the Mtroploitan Police Authority. The report commences: ‘Following the fatal shooting of Mr. Mark Saunders on … Continue reading

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Dr. Paul Knapman condemns ‘money wasted’ in baby death case

  From the BBC, 0th March 2011 Westminster Coroner;s Court A coroner has attacked the amount of public money “wasted” in the tragic case of an 11-month-old baby who was thought to have starved to death. The body of the … Continue reading

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Recommendations by Dr. Paul Knapman, Westminster Coroner in Case of Suicide of Son of Marquess of Queensbury

Dr. Paul Knapman, recording a verdict of suicide in the inquest at Westminster Coroner’s Court into the death of Lord Milo Douglas, son of the Marquess of Queensbury,also recommended Claire Murdoch, chief executive of the central and north west London … Continue reading

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Suicide Verdict in Case of Lord Milo Douglas, Son of Marquess of Queensbury

From Daily Mail 3rd March 2011 An aristocrat who killed himself days after begging to be admitted to hospital would still be alive if his calls for help had not been ignored, his distraught mother said today. Lord Milo Douglas, … Continue reading

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