An inquest into the death of late Pakistan cricket coach Bob Woolmer failed on Wednesday to determine his cause of death, leaving a mystery unresolved. An 11-member jury said it had not seen enough evidence in the inquest to decide whether Woolmer was murdered or died of natural causes.
The pathologist who performed a controversial autopsy on former Pakistan cricket coach Bob Woolmer said on Wednesday that the Englishman was poisoned and then strangled. Dr Ere Shesiah told an inquest that Woolmer ''died of asphyxia due to manual strangulation associated with Cypermethrinide poisoning''.
A Jamaican chambermaid said on Tuesday she found a bloodied bed, an overturned chair and a smell like alcohol and vomit when she stumbled on former Pakistan cricket coach Bob Woolmer's body in his Kingston hotel room earlier this year, while a United Kingdom pathologist said the coach could have had company.
Hurricane Dean buffeted Jamaica's southern coast on Monday, flooding the capital and littering it with broken trees and roofs after killing nine people earlier on its run through the Caribbean. Dean was an ''extremely dangerous'' category four hurricane, the second-highest on the five-step Saffir-Simpson scale.
An inquest into the murder of Pakistan cricket coach Bob Woolmer at the World Cup scheduled to start on Monday has been postponed because of ''recent and significant developments'' in the case. Woolmer was found lifeless in his Kingston hotel room on March 18 and later pronounced dead in hospital.