Bob Woolmer death
Bob Woolmer death
AN INQUEST into the death of Pakistan cricket coach Bob Woolmer ended in indecision last night, with a Jamaican jury unable to determine the cause of death.
A PATHOLOGIST who concluded Pakistan coach Bob Woolmer was strangled in his hotel room at the Cricket World Cup is still expected to testify at the inquest despite a mild stroke.
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A JAMAICAN hotel maid described finding Bob Woolmer's body in a dishevelled, blood-spattered room as an inquest began yesterday into what caused the death of the Pakistan cricket coach during the World Cup earlier this year.
THE Jamaica government will set up a commission to review the investigations into the death of former Pakistan cricket coach Bob Woolmer, the island's minister of national security has said.
OFFICIALS from the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) insist they "fully respect" the Jamaican police verdict that Bob Woolmer died of natural causes, appearing to rule out of the possibility of legal action.
JAMAICAN police yesterday defended their investigation into the death of the Pakistan cricket coach Bob Woolmer after they announced that he was not murdered but died of natural causes.
THE Pakistan cricket team yesterday demanded an apology from the Jamaican police as speculation grew that officers will announce coach Bob Woolmer was not murdered.
JAMAICAN police have said they are analysing new information in the death of Pakistan cricket coach Bob Woolmer but refused to address reports that he was not murdered.
SCOTLAND Yard has told Jamaican police that Pakistan cricket coach Bob Woolmer died of natural causes and was not murdered.
A JAMAICAN politician said the country's security chiefs must explain why they think Pakistan cricket coach Bob Woolmer was murdered, because press reports had made the issue a "global embarrassment" for the country.
A GROUP of British investigators has concluded that Pakistan's World Cup cricket coach Bob Woolmer died of heart failure from natural causes and was not strangled as local police concluded, a newspaper in the Caribbean has reported.
PAKISTAN cricket coach Bob Woolmer was poisoned before being strangled, apparently rendering him unable to fight back, the BBC's Panorama programme will reveal today.
FINALLY, the Cricket World Cup is over. If that sounds harsh then consider the first match of the tournament was played on March 13. Can you remember between which two countries? No, probably not, but for the record it was West Indies and Pakistan.
THE Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has once again refuted media reports that the Jamaican police have asked for eight players and team officials to appear before the Kingston coroner in the Bob Woolmer murder case.
THE body of the murdered Pakistan cricket coach Bob Woolmer has been released by a coroner and will be returned to his home country of South Africa.
AN INQUEST into the death of the Pakistan cricket coach Bob Woolmer has been postponed due to "significant developments" in the murder inquiry.
ON MARCH 17 there were two momentous events at this Cricket World Cup, the so called Carnival of Cricket. The first was lowly Ireland, a minor nation, defeating Pakistan, former champions and a powerhouse of one-day international cricket - the second was some hours after when Bob Woolmer was murdered.
DETECTIVES investigating the murder of the Pakistan cricket coach Bob Woolmer have sent CCTV images to Britain for further analysis, police in Jamaica said yesterday.
FORMER Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul-Haq claims the World Cup would have been halted had it been staged anywhere other than the West Indies, following the murder of coach Bob Woolmer.
SCOTLAND Yard last night released details of how its officers will attempt to crack the murder of Pakistan cricket coach Bob Woolmer.