General News of Thursday, 31 May 2012
The report on the first autopsy conducted on the body of dead junior doctor indicates there was no violence, Eddy Annan, Board Chairman of the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital has disclosed.
27-year-old Desmond Kabah died under bizarre circumstances. His body was found Sunday night in his flat at the Hospital.
His naked body was found on his bed, with stab wounds and portions of the flesh on his leg scrapped off and the police said they suspected foul play.
Mr Annan, speaking in an interview on Joy FM’s Super Morning Show Monday, said the body of the deceased was found after two days after he died and ants had invaded the body.
He said the fact that blood oozed from some parts of the body created the impression that there was foul play.
Preliminary reports, he said, indicated “clearly there was no sign of violence.”
He added that one more report is outstanding and that the right conclusions can be drawn once that is released.