Familia gai Jason Pearce zaintza heriotza gorako errekurtsoa
jatorriz arabera: Shropshire Star
The family of a Shropshire man who died in police custody showing signs of a rare medical phenomenon known as “excited delirium” warned more people could die being detained unless more is known about the condition. Jason Pearce, of St Georges, Telford, suffered a fatal heart attack in Sambrook Crescent, Market Drayton, on June 5 last year after being arrested and restrained by two police officers.
His family today issued a statement calling on the authorities to do more to prevent further lives being lost and said they believed more could have been done to save Mr Pearce’s life.
Excited delirium has been cited as a possible cause of death in a number of cases from around the world in which people have suddenly died, often while in police custody.
Jason Pearce’s uncle Dennis Pearce, Wellingtongo, esan: "Familiaren izenean, Jason Pearce heriotza tragikoa sartu inquest ekainaren honako adierazpena egin nahi dut 5 2010.
"Erabat ezagutzen dugu droga toxikotasuna funtsezko rola jokatzen Jason hil eta ulertzen dugu onartzen Jason aukeratu drogak hartu Market Drayton iritsi zen zoritxarreko egun hartan. As a family we have never attempted to defend such action as people must take responsibility for their actions in life”.
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