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Czech Police: According to court-ordered autopsy, death of young Romani man unconnected to police intervention

21.6.2021 16:02
The police intervention against a 46-year-old Romani man in Teplice, Czech Republic, Stanislav Tomáš, who later died (19 June 2021). (PHOTO:  Facebook)
The police intervention against a 46-year-old Romani man in Teplice, Czech Republic, Stanislav Tomáš, who later died (19 June 2021). (PHOTO: Facebook)

According to a new statement from the Czech Police, the death of a young Romani man in Teplice on Saturday is not connected to the police intervention against him. Police have issued this statement on the basis of the preliminary results of the court-ordered autopsy.

"The court-ordered autopsy of the deceased has ruled out a connection with the intervention that preceded the arrest of the suspect. According to the preliminary autopsy report, the man was suspected of having ingested a foreign substance such as amphetamines, and during the autopsy, pathological changes in the coronary arteries of the heart were found," said police spokesman Daniel Vítek.

ryz, translated by Gwendolyn Albert
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