US pathologist to testify via video-link at inquiry into American researcher's death
A United States-based pathologist who suggested in a post-mortem report that American researcher Shane Todd had been murdered, will testify on Monday via video-link.
Dr Edward H. Adelstein had said in his report that evidence of "blunt trauma" bruising in Dr Todd's hands were caused by a fight, although the Health Science Authority (HSA) pathologist who oversaw his autopsy said the dark-blue marks was simply blood pooling in the extremities following death.
Monday will be the sixth day of a coroner's inquiry into the researcher's death.
Computer analyst Ashraff Massoud, who had also been engaged by the Todd family, will also testify about data he recovered from a computer hard disk which Dr Todd's parents passed to him.