Buenos Aires: Diego Maradona’s doctor on Monday (November 30) questioned prosecutors investigating the treatment of the late Argentine football superstar in Argentina. But withdrew because he had not been charged.
The inquest into Maradona’s death will be held on Sunday. Leopoldo urged prosecutors to search Luke’s home and office.
They took the medical files but did not charge him or say what prompted the investigation. Luke has since been the target of a media attack.
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He conducted extensive press interviews and told the media that he would appear at the district attorney’s office in the Buenos Aires suburb of San Isidro, where he is being investigated.
Look appeared in the office to make a statement but was not allowed to because he was not formally charged. His lawyer, Mara Dijuni, tweeted.
Regarded as one of the greatest players of all time, Maradona died of a heart attack at the age of 60.
Maradona’s family said his death could have been avoided. The lawyer told reporters that the delay in the arrival of the ambulance to take Maradona to the hospital on the day of his death was a criminal act.
After leading Argentina to victory in the 1986 World Cup, Maradona became an international superstar and earned semi-division status at home. In recent years he has struggled with addiction.
Diego said he was tired of being “Maradona”, Luke told reporters on Sunday.