The ruling in the case which revolves around the death of the Dutch Ivana Smit in Malaysia has been postponed until march because the judge is a pilgrimage to Mecca, will take.
- Coroner’s Court began in August with the view of the case-Ivana Smit, and was already pretty out
- Decision judge postponed due to the pilgrimage to Mecca
- The eighteen-year-old Dutch was last year on december 7, found dead after a fall from the twentieth floor of an apartment building in the Malaysian capital
- She had that night, partied with the American couple Alexander and Luna Johnson, from whose balcony they is cases
The decision about whether the death of the eighteen-year-old model in Kuala Lumpur suspected to have been, was actually in January expected. Now it is 8 march as the new date, confirms the lawyer of the relatives, Sébas Diekstra, in conversation with NU.nl.
This summer began the so-called Coroner’s Court in Malaysia with the hearing of witnesses and experts about the death of Smith. The girl who was last year found dead after a fall from the twentieth floor of an apartment building in Kuala Lumpur.
During the interviews there were often more questions than answers emerged. Smith had partied with an American couple, Alexander and Luna Johnson, and fell from their balcony. The manager of the building showed during the hearing to know that the residence of the Johnsons on the orders of the couple cleaned.
Also there was no temperature measurement made at the place where the body of Smith was found, according to the Dutch forensic pathologist Frank van de Goot is a world of difference had been made in the research.
The Coroner’s Court will only conclude whether the death of the Dutch is suspicious, but not guilty point. It is ultimately up to the prosecutor to determine whether there is an indictment follows.
Case-Ivana Smit: ‘Never will all the facts on the table’
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