Sushant Singh Rajput passed away on June 14, 2020. However, every day, some or the other shocking revelations are made regarding his alleged suicide case. It has been more than 50 days since the Dil Bechara actor died. His family, friends and fans are demanding justice for the actor. They want the case to be handled by CBI and not Mumbai Police.
Amid all this, astounding news has come forward. The forensic surgeons at Cooper Hospital didn’t collect the actor’s finger swabs and nail clippings. This news changes everything regarding SSR’s death case.
If the forensic team would have collected the swabs, the dust particles would’ve helped to rule out foul play. About this negligence in Sushant Singh Rajput’s case, a forensic surgeon from a city medical college told Mid Day, “This swab could have indicated if dust particles from the ceiling fan were present on Sushant’s fingers. This would have cleared the ambiguity over foul play.”
The forensic surgeon further said, “The dust particles would have been on the cloth used for hanging, on the ceiling fan and fingertips. Type of dust particles on all would have offered a clue. Even if the fingertips did not have dust, the cloth and fan would surely have had.”
The medico-legal experts believe that instead of having 5 forensic surgeons to conduct an autopsy on Sushant Singh Rajput, they should have a mix of professionals. These professionals include a forensic surgeon, pathologist, an expert from the State Forensic Science Laboratory (FSL), etc. The investigating Mumbai Police team also didn’t contact or approached any police surgeon. No fingerprint expert was also present on July 16 when the forensic team had visited.
The surgeon further added, “The forensic surgeons/scientists could have asked to take specific fingerprints, which a fingerprint expert may miss out on as every crime scene is different. An analysis of the same by a forensic surgeon and forensic scientist usually helps gather more evidence.”
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