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Today in Rhodes the autopsy of the British presenter of the BBC – Why they rule out criminal action

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Σorμερα στη Ρoδ&omicron ηκοψυΒενοπαοσ ιστ–ου–ιαοκεονεγ ;ληματικor ενΕργεια

At the Rhodes hospital on Monday (10/6) the autopsy will take place on the causes of the death of the British BBC presenter, Michael Mosley, who was found dead on Sunday morning (9/6) in Symi where they were looking for him since last Thursday.

A medical examiner went to the island of Symi on Sunday (9/6) and according to the first information, he seems to rule out criminal activity. The same information states that the medical examiner cannot determine the cause of death macroscopically, nor if Mosley fell from the rocks, as the body is in advanced decomposition.

The 67-year-old was found dead in a rocky area and at a distance about 10 meters from the sea, on the beach of Agia Marina. The umbrella he was holding on the day he disappeared was found next to him, while he was wearing a digital watch. In addition, Mosley was in a supine position, with his left hand on his chest.

It is estimated that he may have been lying alone after some intense sickness, and the posture of his body, with his left hand on his chest reinforces this. version.

According to the mayor of Symi, Mr. Papakalodoukas, “the 67-year-old, contrary to what he initially estimated, that he was heading to the country, finally seems to have moved towards Agia Marina”. According to the mayor, the unfortunate presenter managed to cross, in hot conditions, the entire steep slope, but shortly before reaching the beach, he fell – unknown how, maybe he got dizzy or tripped.

source: CNN Greece< /p>

Source: 24h.com.cy

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