Dr Patel carried out the post-mortem
examination on Mr Tomlinson and concluded that he died from a heart attack, but questions were raised when an American tourist came forward with a video recording of him being shoved by the officer.
He said pathologists "must not set aside their professional judgment for any of the parties involved during or after a post-mortem
examination for reasons of expediency or anything else".
A police spokeswoman said: "Following a post-mortem
police can confirm that there are no suspicious circumstances surrounding the death of an unconscious male found in Cranbourne Terrace, in Stockton, at around 10pm on Sunday, July 18.
Deputy State Pathologist Dr Michael Curtis arrived at the The man's body was later removed to the City Morgue for a full post-mortem
But she claims the doctor did not tell her friend that the post-mortem
would involve the removal or retention of organs.
And they found Jordan's brain had been removed during a post-mortem
examination ordered by the procurator fiscal at Forfar.
The Edinburgh hospital said that since 1996, post-mortem
consent forms asked parents if organs could be taken.
United States, CA-8 (8-17-98), a taxpayer in Arkansas used this post-mortem
strategy and lost.
In the meantime, authorities are investigating the vehicle and preparing to do a post-mortem
examination on the skeletal remains found in the front seat.
Mazda Marvasti, Integrien's CTO, will discuss why post-mortem
root cause analysis is an incorrect paradigm for the complex, interdependent systems that deliver mission critical applications, and propose real-time analytics as the most effective alternative.
14 ( ANI ): A two-month delay in the post-mortem
of an Indian Sikh prisoner, who was allegedly tortured to death at Lahore's central jail, has attracted suspicion of a cover-up.
Summary: New Delhi: A Singapore doctor who performed a post-mortem
examination on an Indian gang-rape victim .