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Sport Maradona "Abandoned to his fate": Argentine Justice Receives Expert Report

14:25  04 may  2021
14:25  04 may  2021 Source:   rfi.fr

Argentina: Diego Maradona was "abandoned to his fate" before a slow agony, according to a medical report

 Argentina: Diego Maradona was the expert report published on Friday, the health care team surrounding the Argentine legend before his death, November 25, 2020 © Alejandro Pagni / AFP Diego Maradona on March 7, 2020 at La Bombonera, Boca Junior Stadium in Buenos Aires.

L'icône du foot argentin Diego Armando Maradona, le 2 novembre 2019 alors en charge du club de Gimnasia y Esgrima à La Plata © Alejandro Pagni The Argentine Diego Armando Maradona football icon, November 2, 2019 So in charge of the Gimnasia club y Esgrima at La Plata

The report of experts attesting that Diego Maradona, died last November at 60 years of a heart problem, had been "abandoned to his fate" by his caregiver before his death was given Monday to Justice Argentina, learned AFP Source Monday close to the family.

MRIO BRAUDY, Diego Fernando's lawyer, the 8-year-old Son of the Argentine idol, confirmed the information before the Office of the Attorney General of San Isidro (northern suburbs of Buenos Aires).

The parquet opened an investigation that seeks to determine a possible negligence or imprudence in the medical treatments administered at N.10 Argentin, died of a cardiac problem on November 25, 2020 at the age of 60, alone in its residence of Tiger, north of Buenos Aires.

Maradona obviously "Insufficiently supplied"

 Maradona obviously Football Icon Diego Maradona has apparently "insufficiently supplied" before his death on 25 November 2020. This is apparent from a 70-side document of experts who had examined the circumstances of the penalty of the former Argentine superstar. Maradona died at the consequences of a heart attack at the age of 60 years.

The declarations of two of the five daughters of the former captain of the Argentine, Gianinna (31 years old) and Jana (24 years), who pointed the Neurosurgeon Leopoldo louque as responsible for the deterioration of the state of health. Their father, had triggered the judicial procedure.

a medical commission of twenty experts, including the legalistic doctors who have practiced autopsy and specialists in various medical disciplines, concluded in a report that the former world champion "would have had better chances of survival" if he had been hospitalized in a suitable and versatile care center.

Maradona was "abandoned to his fate" by his caregiver team, which gave him an "inadequate, deficient and imprudent" treatment leading to a slow agony, laid out this report made public on Friday.

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"The signs of death of death that he presented were ignored," still estimate the experts and nursing are "tainted with deficiencies and irregularities".

Leopoldo lawyer Luque, Julio Rivas, rejected the conclusions of a text he qualified as "partial, bad and without scientific foundation". He stated that he would file a legal action.

seven people were indicted by the Prosecutor of the Republic of San Isidro, in charge of the investigation: Leopoldo Luque, the psychiatrist Agustina Cosachov, a psychologist, two nurses (a man and a woman) who were at the bedside of Diego Maradona, as well as the supervisor of these nurses and a doctor coordinator of home hospitalization.

in Argentina, offenses and crimes for negligent abandonment or homicide are punishable by five to fifteen years in prison.

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