An Argentine news agency reported on Sunday evening that a Maradon doctor had been charged with “unintentional murder.”
The Argentine judiciary has issued an order to inspect the home and clinic of Leopoldi Luque, the doctor of the late Diego Armando Maradona, a legend of Argentine football, who died on November 25 this November due to a sudden heart attack.
Loki was accused of wrongdoing during a period of home care that Maradona received after being released from the hospital after undergoing surgery after a health problem.
According to the Italian daily “Calcio Mercato”, the “foggy” areas in the crisis of leaving Maradona remain unclear, which led the judiciary to open an investigation into the role of the doctor and nurse responsible for Maradona’s care in recent days.
The same newspaper added that the absence of a pacemaker at the Maradona residence is confusing, given the health of the former football legend, and the absence of a 24-hour doctor is also an important issue.
The crisis of negligence in dealing with Maradon’s health is not the first since the news of the departure of the legend of the Italian team Napoli, who also played in the jerseys of many teams, especially in Boka Juniors from Argentina and Barcelona, where two images of some people provoked great international controversy.
Two images were spread out, gathering three people, one of whom was among the staff responsible for the burial of a late Argentine legend, one photographed with Maradon’s body and two photographed together in the same way, which caused great global anger.
The trio was threatened with death and have since disappeared from sight, the employee has been dismissed and the trio has been charged with official allegations of personal rights violations.
Argentine police raided the personal doctor of the late footballer Leopold Lock on Sunday, and investigators are examining the measures taken by medical staff.
A dramatic turnaround in the investigation of Maradon’s death came after nightly reports of blasphemy with his personal physician in the days that led to his cardiac arrest last Wednesday.
Locke is at home exploring the suburbs of the Argentine capital, Buenos Aires.
Local television stations broadcast images of an Argentine police raid at Locke’s Clinic.
The search warrants were issued after Maradon’s daughters Delma and Gianina made a statement yesterday asking if the medicine their father was receiving was appropriate.
The Argentine media said that Loki could be questioned as a “goblin”, which means that someone is undergoing a formal investigation on suspicion of abuse or neglect, not just a witness.
Maradon’s lawyer, Matthias Morla, last week called for a high-level investigation into the emergency response to the death of a retired footballer.
Matthias Morla said: The first ambulance took more than half an hour to arrive at a rented house north of Buenos Aires, where the former star of Naples and Barcelona had a heart attack.
He described the delay as “criminal folly.”
Morla also complained that Maradona had not received any medical examinations within 12 hours of his death, and seems to be increasing the stress of the former football doctor.
It turned out that the first ambulance took 11 minutes to reach the private gate of San Andres near Buenos Aires, where Maradona had moved after she left the hospital on November 11 after a blood clot in her brain.
And on Saturday, it turned out that Maradona’s sister had admitted that she had lied about testing early in the morning.
The exciting confession added another secret to the circumstances of his death.
Early reports suggested that the 24-year-old nephew who lived with him at San Andreas’ house was the last person he saw alive at breakfast the day Diego died.
Before he went back to bed and died in his sleep, he said to his relative, “I’m not feeling well,” before informing the investigator that he didn’t get up to eat on Wednesday.
Diego’s nephew told investigators that he last saw him when he went to bed around 11 p.m. on Tuesday.
Among the things the police found in his room was an uneaten sandwich at night.
The nurse working the night shift told investigators that she saw Maradona “sleep and breathe normally in bed” around 6:30 a.m. Wednesday.
A report in the hands of prosecutors investigating the death of a retired football player leaked to the Argentine media and was signed by a nurse named Dahiana Gisela Madrid, who took the lead at about the same time, saying: “At 6.30 I started the shift and the patient rested “.
A medical report from the private medical company Medidum is now in the middle of an ongoing investigation after a nurse told investigators that she did not enter Diego’s bedroom the morning after his death to examine him.
And the local news agency Telam, referring to court sources, said in a report widely reflected in the Argentine press that the nurse claimed in her second sworn statement that she was “forced to lie” because of the Medida report.
And what the witness added in the second statement is that she was forced to write in a report for Medidum, where she is part of a nursing team helping people receiving home medical care, that she tried to monitor Maradon’s vital signs when that was the case. The report said she had let him rest.
It has not been clarified whether she claims that her bosses forced her to make a “false” report for fear of being accused of negligence over Maradona’s death, or that her hand was forced by others.
Shortly before noon, a psychiatrist and psychologist who was part of Diego Maradona’s care team, Susanna Kosachov and Carlos Diaz, allegedly entered the room and tried several times unsuccessfully to resuscitate him before calling 999.
An Argentine media report made by Maradon’s personal physician Leopoldo Locke for emergency services indicates that he suffered a heart attack.
The former star of Naples and Barcelona, who was 60 years old, announced her death at noon on Wednesday.
Initial post-mortem results revealed that recovering cocaine addicts, who also had alcohol problems, had heart failure that caused pulmonary edema.
Doctors have also reportedly discovered dilated cardiomyopathy, a condition in which the heart muscle weakens and enlarges and is unable to pump enough blood to the rest of the body.
Pulmonary edema, an accumulation of fluid in the lung tissue and airways, is in most cases caused by heart problems.
Prosecutors are analyzing footage of the camera system at the building where Diego lived and the cell phones of the nurses caring for him hours before his death.
And Leopoldo Locke was not in the rented house Maradona had used when he died.
A court source told the prestigious Argentine daily “La Nacion”: “Because Loki was Maradon’s personal physician, it was decided to search his home and undergo surgery to find documents that could determine if there was any wrongdoing during Maradon’s home treatment. . ”
Investigators are expected to look for details of the drugs given to Maradon, his medical records and other documents that could play a key role in the investigation.
Thirty police officers and court clerks are reportedly in Loki’s house and others at his work address.
Diego and his doctor Leopoldi Loki