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The Metropolitan Police have opened a new investigation into the death of an elderly man who was reported missing after police said he was found beaten unconscious in his home.
The Old Bailey heard last year that officers were called to the property in Leyton on September 5 last year to make a report that a 55-year-old man had died from a fall from a balcony and had to be rushed to hospital.
The man died on October 6, shortly before police took the first suspect into custody for questioning.
But police later admitted to the High Road Police Station that they were unable to bring the man befo더킹 카지노 3 만re a medical examination, leaving him on the street with mental health problems.
He was later identified as a 73-year-old Mr Corcoran, who is in stable condition in hospital this morning.
His brother, who is an experienced judge who retired in 1993, says he was angry when a colleague told him a long-standing “festering problem” had been brought to light with the man’s death.
The Metropolitan Police did not respond to questions from The Independent on Tuesday as to what steps it had taken to examine the case.
But last night the officers who arrested the man – who, while no유콘 골드 카지노t named, is said to be of a retired middle-aged family with large and distinguished families – said they were “100%” certain he was in police custody and confirmed they would now carry out a fresh investigation.
In November, the Metropolitan Police announced it was investigating the circumstances surrounding Mr Corcoran’s death and had launched a detailed investigation.
In December, Mr Corcoran revealed that he had been held against his will by the police, who had been told he could have his throat cut after an argument with his girlfriend.
The officer was allegedly asked to remove his sunglasses while on duty on the night of September 5 last year. He was then found beaten unconscious, with his left hand over his face and his back on the balcony, his arms folded, and his pants pulled down.
He suffered serious bruising on his hands and legs, including a 울산출장안마split lip and deep scratches to his chin, while there were bloodstains on the door of his office. He said he had no doubt he was beaten by one of his officers, who then threw him back outside his home, punched him on the head and left the scene.
Mr Corcoran told The Times that his brother had been place