Mcbride’s number was up


Mcbride’s Initial autopsy has further pointed to his natural death of foreigner. Well-placed sources in Mayo Hospital said Dr Ahmed Raza and his assistants had carried out the autopsy and no marks of torture or violence had been found on the victim’s body. A bottle of wine, two bottles of water, different medicines including diazepam, juices, cream, body spray, several bottles of different perfumes and a glass were found from Mcbride’s room, sources said, adding that the food consumed by Mcbride had also been sent for chemical examination. Investigators said if Mcbride had consumed Diazepam with alcohol, that could prove to be fatal. Punjab Police Spokesperson Nabeela Ghazanfar said the dead body had been handed over the heirs.


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