“He wanted a life that was bad” affirms Maradona’s doctor who denies all guilt in his death


The investigation into Maradona’s death is progressing.

The police raided this Sunday the office and the home of his doctor Leopoldo Duque, who could be charged with manslaughter. The searches were made to collect material for the cause such as Maradona’s medical history.

“He wanted a life that was bad”

While Leopoldo Duque claims his innocence and highlights that he was not responsible for the footballer’s health because Maradona decided for himself and says it crying with a broken voice at a press conference.

“I am absolutely sure that I did the best with Diego, the best that I could; he wanted a life that was bad. I tried to accompany him, I even took him out to kick; I didn’t want to rally, I took him out to rally. It was the life of him. I feel weird because at last we changed his life and he left. “

Luque, who announced that he could appear spontaneously before the Justice to give a statement if he is not summoned before, clarified that he was not the ex-footballer’s general practitioner but a neurosurgeon who was his “friend.”

The doctor who was willing to appear spontaneously before the Justice to give a statement if he is not summoned before, clarified that he was not the former footballer’s general practitioner but a neurosurgeon who was his “friend”

Argentina is still shocked by the death of Diego Armando Maradona when he had just turned 60 years old.

Maradona, who suffered from alcohol addiction problems, was admitted to a clinic in La Plata on November 2 due to anemia and dehydration and a day later to a healer in Olivos, where shortly after arriving he was operated on for a subdural hematoma in the head.

Luque assured that he extended “as much as he could” the hospitalization at the Olivos clinic and after discharge, the family, the psychiatric, the psychologist and the private medicine firm Swiss Medical “persuade” Maradona to accept assistance. of nurses at home to “control” the taking of medications and not to drink alcohol.

On November 11, Maradona received the medical discharge and moved to a house in a private neighborhood on the outskirts of Buenos Aires where he died last Wednesday of cardiac arrest.

The family’s lawyers want an investigation into what happened on November 19 when, according to witnesses, Luque visited Maradona at his home and the two argued.

Since then, the doctor has not seen his patient again to provide the necessary medical attention, which could mean a ‘person abandonment’.


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