Alexb123 wrote:Also, surely locking yourself in a case would, as far as I can guess, only have two causes of death, suffocation, which is unlikely as he must have had some room for maneuver to lock himself in, or starvation.
I think you watch too much CSI. A postmortem is not a catch all process. Many times, even a cause of death is difficult to establish never mind anything else.Alexb123 wrote:so surely they would clearly show up in postmortem?
Smouldering Stoat wrote:It depends upon the cause of death and the condition of the body.
The Coroner based her conclusions in part upon the fact that experts had tried 400 times to lock themselves inside an identical bag, and had failed to do so. Since then footage has emerged of someone doing just that. So, something the Coroner had discounted as being impossible turned out to be possible after all.
Alexb123 wrote: And he was a very intelligent man, why would he even consider doing this without a safety valve?
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