An Israeli lawyer acting for the family of a Scots hotel worker who died hours after a vicious beating has highlighted a string of concerns around the police investigation.
Julie Pearson death: Expert backs calls for Scotland to follow England’s lead and order second post mortems on people who die abroad
A leading pathologist has called for Scotland to follow England and order more second post mortems on people who have who died abroad.
Police in Israel were called five times as a Scots hotel worker was beaten hours before her death.
Investigation: Scot in Israel Julie Pearson suffered scores of injuries before her death as her family accuse police of failing to investigate
The extent of the injuries suffered by a Scots hotel worker before her death in Israel can be revealed today.
SCOTLAND should go it alone and look after the “abandoned” families of people who die abroad, an SNP MP has said.
How many more families will be left abandoned by Foreign Office and unable to grieve, asks MP Hannah Bardell
FAMILIES whose relatives have died abroad have told how they felt abandoned by the Government and their pleas for assistance ignored.