Forensic Examination Held to Specify Reasons of British’s Death in Azerbaijan

Society Materials 12 September 2008 15:47 (UTC +04:00)

Azerbaijan, Baku, 12 September / Trend corr. K.Zarbaliyeva / Medical expertise was appointed to clarify reasons of a British citizen's death, whose dead body was found in Azerbaijan on 9 September.

Dead body of 31-year old Cameron Gavin William, a citizen of Ireland, the United Kingdom, was discovered in Tolstoy Street, alley 9 and house 2 at 07.00AM on 9 September.

Lawsuit was filed on this case in accordance with Article 125 (bring oneself to suicide) of the Criminal Code at the Nasimi District Prosecutor's Office in Baku and investigation is being held, Agshin Ziyadov, the Nasimi District Prosecutor told Trend on 11 September.

According to the Prosecutor, the British citizens came to Azerbaijan together with four other British citizens on the base of agreement with MAEPSK Contract company. In the evening of his arrival in Azerbaijan, he visited some cafes and bars with his other friends and drank alcohol.

On the next day, William's body was found in the hung state at the top of hand rail in the abovementioned address.

According to Ziyadov, it was the late's first visit to Azerbaijan.

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