Postmortem indicates Thanaseelan died due to neglect, says lawyer


  • Nation
  • Monday, 27 Feb 2017

SUNGAI BULOH: A post-mortem of 43-year-old Thanaseelan Muniandy, who died in custody, indicates he may have died due to neglect by police and medical staff.

 In his report, Hospital Sungai Buloh pathologist Dr Razuin Rahimi said preliminary findings show that Thanaseelan had died from blood poisoning due to a “perforated gastric ulcer.”

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