Jacintha Case : Autopsy Report Confirms Nurse Committed Suicide, 3 Notes Found


London, Dec 13 (PTI): The autopsy report of the Indian origin nurse, Jacintha Saldanha, who was found hanging in UK after being duped by a prank call from two Australian DJs, is now out. The report says the nurse committed suicide. According to the report, Saldanha was found hanging by the neck from a scarf on a wardrobe door in her room. She was found dead by a colleague and a member of the security staff at London's King Edward VII Hospital on Friday.

The report says three suicide notes were found in her room and also emails have been recovered which suggested that she was planning the suicide. The report also said injury marks were found on the nurse's wrist. The inquest proceedings have now been adjourned till March 26, 2013.

Meanwhile, the husband of Jacintha Saldanha has informed Indian mission in London that he would like the body to be sent to India. "Husband of Jacintha has informed that he would like the body to be sent to India. Our Mission is in touch with the husband of Saldanha and is assisting in smooth completion of various formalities involved in it, official sources in the Ministry of External Affairs said.

The report says emails have also been recovered which suggested that she was planning the suicide.

46-year-old Jacintha, a mother of two, was found unconscious last Friday in the quarters of the King Edward VII Hospital in central London where she was working as a senior nurse. She was pronounced dead when rushed to the hospital.

Jacintha had answered the hoax call at 5.30 AM on December 5, and was helping out on the reception at the time of the prank call. Giggling DJs Mel Greig and Michael Christian were pretending to be the British Queen and Prince Charles and asked her if they could be put through to Kate.

Then she connected them to another nurse who gave out details of the condition of 30-year-old Kate who was suffering from acute morning sickness at the London hospital. The exact cause of the death remained unclear.

  

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  • RGREHEEM, INDIA

    Thu, Dec 27 2012

    SHE WAS MURDERED DIRECTLY FROM THE ORDERS OF THE ROYALS, THE OFF SHOT GROUP OF MI5

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  • maria, mangalore, valencia/uk

    Tue, Dec 18 2012

    hi, I completely disagree with you when you say that Indians are sworn at and keep quiet. I am a manglorean and have lived in the uk for almost 10 years. I have never sworn at anyone but would not tolerate anyoe swearing at me. I give respect and demand respect in turn.

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  • sallu, Bangalore

    Mon, Dec 17 2012

    JS was not a Indian Citizen when she committed suicide.
    When one denounces Indian citizenship to embrace another citizenship, they lose their right to ask the Indian Government to interfere. I saw people here blaming Indian Govt. for not taking early action in this case.

    Since she is a citizen of UK, that Govt. will do the necessary investigations as per their regulations.



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  • gill, england

    Sun, Dec 16 2012

    I agree something very wrong. The truth is hidden. I hope India fights for Jacintha's memory.

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  • Susan Anna Dsouza, Belman

    Sun, Dec 16 2012

    can this be true?Doesn't it sound wierd...A gal from Mangalore can never be so coward...

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  • Harold D'cunha, Mangalore, India

    Fri, Dec 14 2012

    The views expressed by M DSouza, Mangalore/USA, is right as he is a doctor by profession and worked in UK.

    As mentioned earlier, Jascintha's death is under mysterious circumstances. Hospital staff are hiding the truth.

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  • Maxim Mathias, Shirva, Dubai

    Fri, Dec 14 2012

    It is learnt that after the hoax call due to the pressure from the Royal family security officials to the hospital authorities, Jacintha's colleagues criticised her which was the main reason for the suicide.

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  • essell, MANGALORE,India

    Fri, Dec 14 2012

    The analysis given by M D'souza, Mangalore/USA is true as given with practical experience and in the same profession. If the whole world units and investigated the royal culprits will be hopefully detected!!

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  • jenny, Mangalore

    Fri, Dec 14 2012

    poor family wait another 3 months for court hearing again...why they can not questioned her colleage and security ...something fishy will be there..100 % hospital involved in this matter either by threat or harassment.I won't think the hospital provided support to her..if it is they could advice take some days off. She could stayed with family.this is lesson for all the hospital management...when Christmas lights EVERYWHERE in uk.. poor family still is dark due to this incident with thousands of thoughts and doubts...instead of hospital management calling family into hospital , why they couldn't go to their house to console them..I think they are afraid to go ...bothered about their life I guess

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  • c.m, manglor

    Fri, Dec 14 2012

    Which News Is True?
    Was Unconscious Woman In Weymouth Street,
    Jacintha Was Still Alive When Found Hanging:
    Three Suicide Notes Were Found In Her Room.
    There Were Also Injuries To Jacintha Saldanha's Wrists,
    Emails Have Been Recovered Which Suggested That She Was Planning The Suicide
    "A Number Of Notes Were Recovered.
    Two Notes Were At The Scene And A Further Note Was Found In The Deceased's Belongings. Three Notes In Total."
    The Dead Woman's Family Has Been Given Typed Copies Of The Three Handwritten Notes By The Police And Has Read The Contents,
    Scotland Yard Is Investigating A Number Of Emails Which The Inquest Heard Were Relevant To The Nurse's Death, As Well As Telephone Calls Made To And From Her Phone In The Days Before Her Death.
    Saldanha Was Found Three Days After The Djs Made The Prank Call. As The Nurse On Duty, She Took The Call And Put It Through To A Colleague On The Ward Where The Duchess Of Cambridge Was Being Treated For Morning Sickness, Who Gave Out Information About Her Condition.
    Both The Nurses Involved Had Been Offered "Full Support" And "It Was Made Clear They Were Victims Of A Cruel Journalistic Trick

    But Why No Identity About Other Nurse Who Gave Information.What Happen To Her? How Was Her Condtion?
    Day By Day News Are Changing, May It Come More. And Full World Is Interestingly Watching, It Is Hurt For All Over The World At Least Some Truth May Come Out
    I Think Being Citizen Of There, It's Not Easy Indian Government To Inter. Royal Name Was There, God only know the truth.

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  • prakash dsouza, mangalore

    Fri, Dec 14 2012

    Britishers are no 1 actors/pretenders and very good in supporting their people.They are big supporters of Australians too. They have no respect for indian generally and call them bloody indian even in front of indian and indian just gives a smile when they call him bloody indian . They will give such nicest words to Indians simply indians get mesmarised by these words and fall to their feets . indians do not know these are hollow/empty fooling words. Truely there is a big no of incidents before saldanas death which lead her to suicide.Who mentally harassed her and who torchered her? . Hospital knows the truth for 100% sure but will never come out of the truth.Truth will not come out. They will give money to Saldanas family and calm them. Tragedy.

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  • nagesh nayak, bangalore

    Fri, Dec 14 2012

    WHOLE STORY IS FABRICATED .

    NO ONE KNOWS WHAT WAS HAPPNNED ACTUALLY.

    BUT TWO YOUNG CHILDRENS LOST THEIR MOTHER WHEN THEY NEED MOTHER'S LOVE BADLY.

    HOPE FAIR INVESTIGATION WILL BE CONDUCTED & JUSTICE FOR THE FAMILY OF JACINTHA WILL BE MADE.

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  • oliver, Norway

    Fri, Dec 14 2012

    Apparently the Police have handed the family 'the typed copies' of the 'handwritten' letters to her family- WHY? Why not just copy the handwritten letters on a copier? The family should ask for the handwritten letters to verify or a writing expert involved. 3 suicide notes, why 3? Early morning, she seems so busy writing notes, at work? Committing suicide at work, very very interesting- why turn up for work if you are planning to take your life...this is not suicide, I do not know the culprits but very worrying...if the modern developed state sanctions murder in this way.

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  • M DSouza, Mangalore/USA

    Fri, Dec 14 2012

    This is from Daily Mail. It is very clear that the hospital Management lied in the begining and said they supported the nurses. The news article says. It is her senior Colleagues. Why they targeted Jacintha not the one who gave the information? We all know.

    The nurse found dead following a hoax call to the hospital treating the Duchess of Cambridge criticised senior colleagues over her treatment in one of three suicide notes, it has emerged.
    An inquest heard that Jacintha Saldanha, 46, left three emotional suicide notes following the prank call by Australian DJs Mel Greig and Michael Christian.
    But it has emerged today that in one of the notes she has criticised colleagues at the King Edward VII hospital over her treatment following the controversial call.
    It is believed this note has left her grieving family furious, with husband Ben Barboza understood to want an inquiry into the hospital.
    He is also believed to be wanting an independent investigation into what happened in the days leading up to her death.
    Speaking to the Daily Mirror, a source close to the family said: 'One of the letters, which is the longest, deals with the hospital and is critical in its tone.
    'Needless to say, Ben wants a full inquiry into what happened and he wants to make sure the truth comes out.
    'Within the letter, Jacintha calls into question some of the treatment she received at the hospital.'
    In another note, the mother-of two describes how she struggled to come to terms with the prank call by the two Australian DJs. The third and final letter is practical and deals with her funeral plans.


    From Daily Mail

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  • Allan S. Pinto, Andheri, Mumbai

    Fri, Dec 14 2012

    Keith Vaz's father was a goan and mother a mangalorean. He has helped alot of Indians in London esp. in an emergency. I am given to understand that he is a close relative of Rajasthan Governor Margaret Alva through his mother.

    I hope Mr.Vaz helps out the Barboza family in their hour of need esp. with the investigation & paper work etc.

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  • Ramesh, mangalore

    Fri, Dec 14 2012

    I dont know how many will agree with me , i felt from day one s=that she had some problem with her husband ... n toook this opportunity of hoax call to end her life... her husband is extremely silent on this issue... i know he is in sorrow.. but Savitha's husband made so much news why not barboza??? the wrist mark is surprising.. if she was dipressed she would have spoken about the hoax call to her husband.. has he said anything about that? plus her brother is talking to media separetly n inlaws.. seperately... something is missing here ... or the hospital would have threatened her..

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  • M DSouza, Mangalore/USA

    Fri, Dec 14 2012

    Jacintha's family are under tremendous sorrow and pain. Just like all of us I am sure they are angry and helpless.
    If Jacintha is a UK citizen, UK government will have more say in any matter related to this. No one can question them. The government will support the hospital and hide the truth from the public. There are many foreigners working in NHS and the government wants more power for the hospitals to run the system. In UK the system is more important than the person.

    Mr Keith Vaz should be commended for taking the lead to question the hospitals and support the family. Mr Vaz is a real gentleman.
    If there is a provision, PR firm should be hired and all events from the time Jacintha got the call and till her death should be put together. All closed circuit tvs, electronic access system should be analysed who entered the nursing quarters. I have lived in bachelors accomodation provided for the doctors. We had very small rooms with common TV room and the kitchen. It is not easy to scream for help or run out from these type of buildings.
    I read that family was given typed copy of suicide notes. Why cant they give a scanned copy or Xerox copy.?
    We all knew it is the hospital management which is responsible for Jacintha's death. If they wanted to help her as per their claim, they could have sent Jacintha on paid leave or atleast called her husband and notified about the call. Is this the way to care for a person who worked sincerely for so many years, saved so many lives?
    Politicians/governments/Royals/powerful rule the world and the innocent victims will remain helpless and suffer. Why?

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  • juliana, udupi

    Fri, Dec 14 2012

    May Jacintha Saldanha's soul rest in peace. This is a cold blooded murder by making her write suicide notes and to send mails hands tied and hanging to ward robe with scarf after half killing may be by rivals of the Royal family to bring shame upon them by creating a situation suitable for murder of an innocent staff of the hospital where the Royal ties were admitted. This case needs thorough investigation to find out the truth. Otherwise such kind of situations may repeat like the tragic death of late Princess Diana. Fame also is connected with such kind of acts by some people. Every body does not think alike. This Royal family and the people in it need enhanced protection. Otherwise every day we may have to read such stories.

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  • Blaan Mendonca, USA

    Fri, Dec 14 2012

    One of three apparent suicide notes left by the nurse at the centre of the royal hoax phone call criticised staff at the King Edward VII hospital where she worked, the Guardian has learned. One note deals with the hoax call by the DJs from 2Day FM, another details her requests for her funeral, and the third addresses her employers, the hospital, and contains criticism of staff there, the Guardian understands from two separate sources.The Labour MP Keith Vaz, who is acting as a spokesman for Saldanha's husband and two children, published a letter from him to John Lofthouse, chief utive of the King Edward Vll hospital, calling for the "full facts" of what happened to be given to the family.Earlier this week the nurse's family met Lofthouse and handed over a list of questions they want answered. Vaz said in his letter to Lofthouse: "I have dealt with similar cases in the past and I would agree with the prime minister that the family need to get the full facts, from the time she took the call from 2Day FM to the time she was found in her accommodation.

    "The family gave you a list of questions that they wish the hospital to answer so that they can have the full facts of the case. I know they would appreciate answers to their questions in writing as soon as possible. They may also have additional questions." Harman told the coroner: "You will be aware of the wider circumstances of this case. And I expect in the very near future we shall be in contact with colleagues in New South Wales to establish the best means of putting the evidence before you."
    A spokeswoman for the hospital said no one in senior management knew what the contents of the notes left by Saldanha were. She said the hospital management "were very clear that there were no disciplinary issues in this matter".

    Both the nurses involved had been offered "full support" and "it was made clear they were victims of a cruel journalistic trick," she said. He said he had passed on the coroner's comments. The family were grateful to the coroner's office and Metropolitan police, he added.

    A memorial service will be held in Bristol. A mass will be held in the chapel at Westminster Cathedral on Saturday.

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  • Raj, Mangalore

    Fri, Dec 14 2012

    It is really surprising if somebody would commit suicide for transferring the prank call. She picked the call and just transferred the call. Another nurse who was an idiot spoke to them without recognizing them (their accent was very silly) gave all the info. Definitely there is something hospital hiding and they had good opportunity to blame on Australian DJs. Trust me these kind of prank call never kill anybody it was just for fun, They did not make fun of Jacintha Saldanha. Also she died after 3 days this prank call broadcast in the radio. I would agree with other commentators that mother of 2 would not commit suicide for this prank call where she was not main part of it.

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  • concerned person, Mangalore

    Fri, Dec 14 2012

    what a rabbish twisting story?
    the wardrobes are strong enought to bear the weight of the person , and the hight of the person..better next of kin to ask to inspect the room where she was hanged?also notes why they didn't discover on the spot and mail was not forward to relevant person to avoid that happening?and how come injury on wrist?there is something hiding...needs to dig in deep by family..
    why can not be possible that some one make her write a note that way before murdering or hanging her by scarf.. extreme sorry for family they are like stuck between the scissors can not escape from all going on nationwide.RIP Jacintha.

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  • rita Germany, Omzoor.Germany

    Fri, Dec 14 2012

    This case is becoming day by day mysterious.today by conference all of a sudden she left three notes.to whom where are they?no one knows.and they say atleast in Tv.news her husband had not heard from her for three days since there was no responce to his calls he called at where she was staying some person to look at her.that person found her. already she was no more alive .but the hospital didnt tell him .or something I really dont understand the puzzle.and how come the injuries on her wrist?why so long for postmartum report.does someone think bloody Indians (thats how english people think and say about us)wont ask any questions.or was any misunderstanding between the couple? God only knows the answer.

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  • jesse , mangalore/kuwait

    Fri, Dec 14 2012

    Oh My God now the british people are fabricating a new story! I heard people committing suicide by hanging in a tree or ceiling fan etc. For the first time in history I am reading a person committing suicide in a wardrobe. I have a wardrobe here, If I hang more clothes the rod itself comes down. Here jecinthas weight not less than 50 kgs I believe. Can a wardrobe rod tolerate 50 kgs of weight, since it is made to hang only clothes, not heavy objects.
    Judas when he hanged from a tree such a fat branch came down,
    O Royals, remember and listen carefully, today you have power money you can do anything. you can torture and take away the lives of innocent people. But fear the One who has got more power than you and you all will be accountable for all this.OH God forgive them.

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  • prakash dsouza, mangalore

    Fri, Dec 14 2012

    british people/police clearly know very well india cannot do anything. Very Very very fishy incidence. I have my own doubts if truth will comeout . honestly feel truth will not come out . RIP.

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  • AMAR NATHAL, MANGALORE

    Fri, Dec 14 2012

    Why didn't they tell the first day that Jacintha was found hanging? The report is highly suspicious. A Royal Lie!

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  • sabestian, Kadri/bahrain

    Fri, Dec 14 2012

    Mr:Henry you are 100% right why this british govt is so week in this matter false news after 1 week they founded 3 notes imagine

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  • KS, Mangalore

    Thu, Dec 13 2012

    Very well said John Tauro (Mlore/Kwt) and Blaan Mendonca (USA)

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  • Nanu Marol, Thottam

    Thu, Dec 13 2012

    My Heartfelt Condolences to Late Jacintha Saldhanha's Family.

    Now reading this Report , I am wondering is am watching a Hindi Movie ?????When this Brits will realize tht now Its Not possible to fool Indians ?????

    May be if Second Autospy conducted in India , Due to Diplomatic Pressure our Govt Machinery too it as a Suicide.

    Atleast I do not have any doubt to believe it as a "Cold Blood Murder"

    Nanu Marol - Thottam

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  • HENRY MISQUITH, Bahrain

    Thu, Dec 13 2012

    it seems to be purely murder. how three sucide notes.. whether typed or hand written


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  • HENRY MISQUITH, Bahrain

    Thu, Dec 13 2012

    I think the Indian Government should step in and do its own investigations. No person would commit suicide just because of a prank call, it is something more than that. The truth will never come out. Tragically this is the sad reality in today's world.

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  • P A MOHIDDIN, Padubidri/Guwahati(Assam)

    Thu, Dec 13 2012

    The incident involves a greater consipiracy and it can't be a murder. The Royal family may also involved in the case including the some staff of hospital where she worked. A precious life of an Indian gone. May soul rest in peace.

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  • John Peter Fernandes, Moodubelle/Nottingham U.K

    Thu, Dec 13 2012

    I request all Mangalorean living around U.K join a memorial service will be held Westminster Cathedral, 42 Francis Street London SW1P 1QW on Saturday 15th December 2012 at 10.30 am. We look forward to seeing everyone there.

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  • John Tauro, M'lore / Kwt

    Thu, Dec 13 2012

    This autopsy report by British investigators, who boast their Scotland Yard is the number one in the world, is the most unconvincing and unsatisfactory. One note multiplied into three notes plus emails, all indicating that she was planning suicide. Were these emails sent or just drafted to be sent? If these were sent emails, then there must have been immediate replies (from the receivers) advising her not to commit any tragic act. And to whom were the emails addressed?

    Secondly and most importantly what about the other nurse to whom the hoax call was passed and who practically revealed the patient's details or the so-called royal secrets? Why has she not come in the picture? Further the role of the hospital management, if any, which led to her death, whether it was suicide or homicide, has to be ascertained. Was she threatened with termination or disciplinary action? Was she pressurized into accepting her unjustified guilt? There many such questions which need to be given satisfactory answers. This report seems to be totally biased made at the behest of the British royals. Therefore our own investigating agencies must pursue the case if real truth is to be found out. Otherwise the truth will always remain a secret.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mangalore/Mapusa/Mumbai

    Thu, Dec 13 2012

    I don't think we Indians are so stupid.............

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  • Rowena, Mangalore - India

    Thu, Dec 13 2012

    Is sad a life is gone. But if you go to think of it in the first place these people leave our Indian citizenship for all benefits. When they enjoy the benefits do they ever think of India or the under privileged people out here??Only when a problem arises they remember Indians and Indian Government why is it so???? Same is the case with the lady who died because abortion was denied In Ireland. As the saying goes in Rome do as the Romans do..... If she or her family were so concerned best solution was for her to come to Indian. Why blame anyone???? If the same had case had to happen in any of the Gulf countries where abortion in not allowed as per the religion things would have been different.

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  • Rupert, Mangalore, Kuwait

    Thu, Dec 13 2012

    Do you think anyone will commit suicide just for a prank call? Is it possible to a mother of two children to commit suicide only for attending a prank call? Do you think Royal family is greater than her own children and her husband? This is totally rediculous story from British police. No mother or father will commit suicide for such a silly prank call ignoring thier children. If Jacintha felt shame for attending prank call, she would have returned back to India with her family. Here some thing is missing, which British cops are not ready to disclose. Indian Government must act seriously to find out the truth behind the death of Jacintha.

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  • Harold D'cunha, Mangalore, India

    Thu, Dec 13 2012

    Pray that her body will arrive to Mangalore without any delay.

    Powerful people will change the situations in their favour.

    RIP Jascitha.

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  • Anonymous, mangalore

    Thu, Dec 13 2012

    its very very suspicious. May the good Lord reveal the truth.Lets pray that the family will know the real truth.

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  • HENRY MISQUITH, Bahrain

    Thu, Dec 13 2012

    Just heard on CNN she left 3 notes, those notes are not so ROYAL so why are not they showing it to public.

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  • Blaan Mendonca, USA

    Thu, Dec 13 2012

    Thre Report from Inspector James Harman smells fishy. He said he will interiew friends, family, and colleagues but not the Hospital Management who traumatized her. "There are unexplained circumstances. The family want to know everything. All the facts, fully and clearly. The hospital needs to be more proactive, a full inquiry is needed and the family need to be included in that."

    The British are an ugly bunch. They have not told us what exactly went wrong with hospital security procedures for patients, especially high profile ones. They did not say what the hospital did to the poor nurse nor what the Windsor had complained about the incident. It was a joke, very funny because the accent was not even remotely credible. The nurse was a relative new-comer to the west and she did not pick up on that. Why on earth did the hospital put her there at reception in the first place.

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  • Blaan Mendonca, USA

    Thu, Dec 13 2012

    A few questions arise in our mind. First of all what is height of the wardrobe and how can that wardrobe handle the body weight of Jacintha Saldanha.
    Usually the clothes are hanged in the wardrobe which has no weight compared to the weight of Jacintha Saldanha's body.

    The wife and mother of two also had injuries to her wrists, according to police detective chief inspector James Harman.

    Harman told the coroner's inquest that two notes were found at the scene and a third was discovered among Saldanha's belongings.
    He did not release the contents of the notes.

    This report is not true. Truth is hiding behind the scene. Is this is not a suicide, or is it a murder. According to Inspector James Harman he says she sent emails saying that she was planning for suicide.

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  • CYRIL MASCARENHAS, KIREM/MIRA ROAD

    Thu, Dec 13 2012

    ITS A DAY LIGHT MURDER.THEY ARE FOOLING INDIANS.AFTER A WEEK THEY FOUND 3 DEATH NOTES.IS SHE WRITTEN NOW FROM HEAVEN? WHAT A LIE.HOW IT IS POSSIBLE TO HANG FROM A WARDROBE?BRITISHERS RULED INDIA MANY YEARS WE KNOW HOW THEY KILLED PEOPLE IN JALIANWALA BHAGH EPISODE..IN JACINTHAS CASE NOTHING BIG THING FOR THEM.OH GOD EXCUSE THEM..

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  • Blaan Mendonca, USA

    Thu, Dec 13 2012

    Email transmits in minutes if not in seconds. if the report says she sent email saying that she was planning to commit suicide, and nobody checked the email is ridiculous. Are the British police are fooling the people around the Globe. There is no suspicion of foul play in Saldanha's death,Inspector Harman said. Investigators are still trying to piece together exactly what led to her suicide, and are now interviewing her friends, family and co-workers to find more information, Harman said.The 46-year-old nurse who worked at London's King Edward VII Hospital was discovered Dec. 7 hanging by a scarf from a wardrobe in her bedroom, Coroner's Officer Lynda Martindill told a British inquest.

    The wife and mother of two also had injuries to her wrists, according to police detective chief inspector James Harman. Harman told the coroner's inquest that two notes were found at the scene and a third was discovered among Saldanha's belongings.
    He did not release the contents of the notes.
    This is a planned Murder and fake report.

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  • Lingappa, Kuppepadavu

    Thu, Dec 13 2012

    This is plain simple murder uted professionally from people close to the Kings family. A mother of 2 would not commit suicide for a simple reason of transferring a call. Come on,, Anyways the Brits are aware that we Indians are slaves of the white skin and whatever they give would be accepted by us.

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  • Felcy D'Souza, Mangalore/Bangalore

    Thu, Dec 13 2012

    It's time to wake up. Our Political leaders should take drastic steps with one mind and fight against this.May Jacintha Saldahna's soul rest in peace.

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  • Damodar Bhat, Udupi

    Thu, Dec 13 2012

    A post mortom in Mumbai or Mangalore should be conducted. I know it is terrible for the family but the British Police should be challenged with an Indian report. They are certainly shielding a few " white skin " in London.

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  • precilla, Shirva/Dubai

    Thu, Dec 13 2012

    After 4 days the note was found. Where was the note until then. After 8 days published found hanging, why not on the very first day it was not reveled. Hospital surely must have camera everywhere. Why they don't see the footage. Only it says note & email found. Does not say what the note & the email says. Also only jacintha is in the picture why not the other nurse who gave the report. Please publich the actual truth not the stories.

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  • Abdul Khadar, Kasargod , Kerala

    Thu, Dec 13 2012

    If Jacintha had to take such a drastic step on her own would not she first confide with her husband and children ? Something has drastically gone wrong here and smells fishy. This is a very good case of "murder or forced murder". There are no two ways about it.

    Now the Police have found 3 notes .Earlier it was 1 note. Do the British Police think we Indians are " real idiots " ?

    Justice Katju too has said that only 90% are idiots. So the remaining 10% are sane not to believe the Scotland yard Police version.

    Christian nurses from South Kanara ( which I know ) are THE BEST IN THE WORLD. There is no doubt about it.

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  • kamath, Shirva/UAE

    Thu, Dec 13 2012

    I can’t believe this. Marks on her wrist . tied up to the wardrobe. Unbelievable!!!!. Anything is possible in high profile people. Until Tuesday, they did not allow her family to see her body. Must be someone had made her forcibly to write the suicide note ( as they like and made her to send the e-mails) May Jacinta’s soul rest in peace. I am christen I shouldn’t talk but I am sorry. Hope Jancitha soul come in this world ( like Bhoot film) and reveal the truth. I suspect it’s a murder not suicide. Our fellow Indian’s in UK are very quiet because if they open their mouth, they lives and stories will be same like our beloved late Jacintha. Our Indian Govt should take interest. If you read yesterday’s news on DailyMail..com , MP Keith Vaz was very upset he wrote: ‘I am concerned and disappointed that Southern Cross Austereo appears to have not taken any steps to assist the family.
    ‘There has been no written apology, no request for a meeting with the family and no attempt to travel to the United Kingdom to express contrition.’
    Lets all pray for Jacintha soul and also for her family to bear this uncountable pain.

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  • Jacobnelson, Bejai

    Thu, Dec 13 2012

    @secure, mangalore
    It is not a Suicide

    Truth will be revealed very shortly.

    Did Prince Diana Committed Suicide?

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  • secure, mangalore

    Thu, Dec 13 2012

    We Indians love to suicide... should stand straight and fight.....not suicide.....whom to blame now?
    RIP Jessy

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  • Subhash Chandra, Mangalore Abu Dhabi

    Thu, Dec 13 2012

    This is not a Suicide its Murder..
    injury on wrist, 3 emails recovered, sucide notes, these things have been created practically to confirm to be a suicide case..EVERYTHING HERE IS FALSE. Better if indian govt puts more pressure to press charges & carry a detailed investigation, otherwise this case will be lost forever.

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  • Vivian Rodrigues, Mangalore/Dubai

    Thu, Dec 13 2012

    What an elaborate cover up! Any thing is possible when the British Royal family is involved, with the clout they have. The injuries on her wrist suggest that her hands were tied/handcuffed and she was murdered. How would a mother of two beautiful children commit suicide? Not believable at all!

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  • essell, MANGALORE,India

    Thu, Dec 13 2012

    Surprising is Jecintha just passed on the call no mention has been made about the nurse who shared the details to the DJs. This matter was under discussion, all staff assured support, after that what happened real mistery!!! Other side sad that no one was available to Jecintha to share her agony. Pray that truth is revealed to the world though we will not get her back.

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  • antony arun d'souza, dubai

    Thu, Dec 13 2012

    The report says emails have also been recovered which suggested that she was planning the suicide.Very funny report.

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  • John D'Silva, Mangalore

    Thu, Dec 13 2012

    Her husband must request Indian authirity to do post mortom once again in India to verify cause of death by forensic experts.Then only truth will be revealed.Until then this case is mysterious death.

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  • Ahmed, Mangalore / Doha

    Thu, Dec 13 2012

    This is clear murder case which will never be revealed nor proven just like Diana case

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  • Rupesh, Mangalore

    Thu, Dec 13 2012

    it is perely a murder.. how three sucide notes, emails ....

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  • anonymous, M'lore

    Thu, Dec 13 2012

    Oh my Good Lord! What a twist in this case! She was found unconcious by the collegues earlier, now she was found dead after hanging herself! First day no news about any note, now they found 3 notes! Strange! Earlier there wasn't any cut on the wrist! these many days needed to find a cut on the wrist! Now she is dead, so she is no more to tell us what exactly had happened to her. Only God knows each & Everything. Only believe in God. Atleast have Fear Of God, all those who involved in this case. No One Is ABOVE GOD. Soon the Truth will be Out.Praying for her soul. May her soul Rest In Peace.

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  • Molly Lobo, Mangalore

    Thu, Dec 13 2012

    Who and where is the other nurse to whom Jacintha transferred the call ? There is no talk about her . Why ? Is she too involved in this crime ?

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  • Denis Cutinha, Merlapadavu, via Adyar,Mangalore

    Thu, Dec 13 2012

    From 1 note it graduated to 3 notes. Is it a miracle like the " magic chappathi " ?

    There is something very fishy in this whole episode.

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  • ann mascarenhas, goa

    Thu, Dec 13 2012

    Its so unfortunate that this has happened to Jacintha...I send my symphaties to her family ...although I am following this case since the day I read it on the diajiworld news...I thought she could be either from goa or mangalore...I hope justice would be done as soon as possible to the sould of the departed and to the family members who have lost her..I really cannot understand why she took this drastic step..if she actually did...May he sould rest in peace now.

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  • A.Ronald, Bejai

    Thu, Dec 13 2012

    Something creats more doubts.
    How it is possible to hang a ward robe?

    'hanging by the neck from a scarf on a wardrobe door'
    They detected something was immpossible.
    God only shows the truth and light.

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  • ISMAIL.K.PERINJE, PERINJE-YANBU/KSA

    Thu, Dec 13 2012

    Once again Autopsy report in India could rest all speculation. About E- mail and injury in the wrist also could be analysed once mortal remains reaches INDIA.Mystery of death remained as mystery till India clears all scientific test and analysis.

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  • Ryan Pinto, Mangalore

    Thu, Dec 13 2012

    As the cause of death is still unclear as per your report, it sounds disturbing to ridicule the DJ's in Australia for their prank, even after reading her suicide notes and checking the nurse's emails if they still find the suicide unclear, benefit of doubt should be given to the alleged accused.

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