Two nurses and a psychologist have been added to the prison investigation associated to the dying of Diego Maradona, in response to a judicial source on Monday.
Maradona, who guided Argentina to FIFA World Cup glory in 1986, died on the age of 60 of a coronary heart assault on November 25, weeks after being launched from a hospital in Buenos Aires following profitable mind surgical procedure.
Leopoldo Luque, the neurosurgeon who carried out the mind surgical procedure, and his psychiatrist Agustina Cosachov are already below investigation after a probe was opened by authorities in Argentina to ascertain if there was negligence in Maradona’s remedy following the operation.
Luque in November responded to the launch of an investigation by saying he did “every thing he may, as much as the unattainable” for an “unmanageable” affected person.
The three individuals newly below investigation — psychologist Carlos Diaz and nurses Dahiana Gisela Madrid and Ricardo Almiron — should seem earlier than prosecutors this week, in response to AFP sources.
According to reports in local media, Maradona was supplied with alcohol and marijuana by his entourage after the operation.
Maradona was affected by liver, kidney and cardiovascular issues, however his post-mortem revealed that he had no alcohol or narcotic medication in his physique.