ICL: Indian Cricket League

Bob’s Death

Written by Commoner on June 6th, 2007   (436 views)

Tabloid-type British media has the habit to jump to the conclusion right from the start of any event. In the case of Bob Woolmer, they, before even reaching the scene, called it a brutal murder, and also left no stone unturned to blame Pakistani team and its official in a direct or indirect fashion. Now this media, has (not for the first time) has taken a U-turn and calling Bob’s death as due to natural causes.

He was a diabetic patient and departed due to a heart attack. Jamaican Police would announce it in coming days. After a sensational two and half month of detective work, now the drop scene of this tragic event is on the cards.

Officers of Jamaican police have said it time and again off the record that they were mostly mis-directed by the post-postmortem report of an Indian doctor, who initially examined the dead. Even at that time, the president of Jamaican Pathologist Association called the report a suspicious one. But due to poisonous propaganda by the Indian media, the Jamaican police, in their spectacular inability to sift right from the wrong, irritated Pakistani players again and again.

Even some of the Pakistani players and media officials aired their suspicions. Sarfraz Nawaz, who sees the hand of mafia everywhere again blamed the match fixing mafia. P.J Mir was also very vocal in blaming the religious trends of the team. But now after a report from Scotland yard, there is no proof of any murder and the death of Bob Woolmer was natural.

Bob Woolmer was found dead in his room, the next day after Pakistan was ousted from the world cup by Ireland, the minnows. Rational people, also said that this wasn’t looked like a murder, and most probably its a natural death, but Jamaican police under the influence of Indian media fell into the trap, and started digging.

Now Jamaican police should apologize from the Pakistani players and nation for their stupid attitude and unreasonable investigation.

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