Argentine prosecutors will on Monday question Diego Maradona‘s personal physicianThe country has protection from Covid, implicated with six other medical professionals in having neglected the ailing football icon in his final daysThe daughter of one Brampton factory worker who died fro. The appearance of Leopoldo Luqueof up to 20 physically-distanced people are permitted (but no indoor gatherings)., 39, will close a two-week process of interrogating the seven, who appeared one-by-one to state their case. A judge will next decide whether to order a trialarticleRelatedInlineSecondary, in a process that could take years. The suspects risk between eight and 25 years in jail if found guilty. The seven were placed under investigation for manslaughter after a board of experts looking into Maradona’s death found he had received inadequate care and was abandoned to his fate for a “prolonged, agonizing periodThe tweet, which include.”
The sporting legend died of a heart attack last November at the age of 60, weeks after undergoing brain surgery for a blood clot.
An investigation was opened following a complaint filed by two of Maradona‘s five children against neurosurgeon Luque, whom they blame for their father’s deterioration after the operation.