Cover-up suspected in ‘suicide’ death
Richard Chang died at the age of 48 years old on 13 July 2004. He was a highly intelligent happily married family man with two teenage children. The following account has been adapted from an article that was provided by his sister, Jacqueline Chang, and first published on the website that she established (F.A.T.A.L. Campaign) to highlight Richard’s case and those of a similar nature.
Jacqueline’s brother Richard Chang was a senior risk analyst at Abbey National HQ, who died after a fall in July 2004 at the Abbey National plc headquarters. Prior to his death Richard had been heavily interrogated by Kroll Associates in the building. Freddy Patel, the pathologist involved, and the coroners’ court, recorded, on the most spurious of evidence, Richard’s death as “suicide”.
Jacqueline and her family has always felt that the patent lack of blood on the scene of Richard’s fall, precludes the possibility of a genuine fall, which would have resulted in blood from the trauma of the impact. She believes that her brother uncovered something highly sensitive about specific senior individuals in UK Financial Institutions, and that his death was highly suspicious. See video on YouTube | WikiSpooks
She has since 2004, has been fighting for access to full disclosure of evidence and information on the circumstances surrounding Richard’s death. This is held by the Metropolitan Police, but Jacqueline has been refused.
Richard Chang – Wrist Injury
Medical records show Richard had a weak right wrist due to an injury he sustained about 15 years earlier. The only witness who claims to have seen Richard hoist himself over a glass balcony states ‘He (Richard) had his hands on the metal railing and raised himself up’. See medical record Part1 | record Part2
Mr Michael Chang (Richard’s father) stands at the sight of the spot where Richard allegedly climbed over. Mr Chang was the same height as Richard, 5ft 4″ or 1.52 metres. See a close-up of the balcony.
Richard had gone to work as normal on the 13 July 2004 and was told to attend a meeting. This meeting with Kroll Associates turned into an interrogation about malicious anonymous documents relating to fraud by senior directors.
Howard Jones a former detective superintendent from the Metropolitan police, from Kroll tried to force a confession from Richard over a two-hour period.
During a break in the interrogation by Kroll Associates, Richard was allegedly reported missing. An unreliable witness reported that he saw Richard climb over an internal balcony and fall from a height of 80 feet to his death. Police witness statements stated that the cranium split open but there was no blood on the floor.
The verdict at the Coroner’s Inquest was suicide. The parents, sisters and friends of Richard Chang believe the circumstances relating to Richard’s death are suspicious and the truth has been covered up.
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