From Joe Mellor's 8-12-18 London Economic article entitled "Officers Investigating the Death of UFO Theorist Are Facing Disciplinary Proceedings, As Incident Continues To Be Unexplained":
Police investigating the death of a conspiracy theorist are facing disciplinary proceedings it has emerged, as the incident continues to be unexplained.
Max Bates-Spiers, from Kent, died suddenly in a house in Poland in 2016 – days before he was due to speak at a conference about conspiracy theories and UFOs.
The 39-year-old is said to have vomited black fluid shortly before his death. But Polish authorities initially recorded he had died from natural causes.
A second post-mortem examination when his body was returned to east Kent proved inconclusive.
And now a coroner in Canterbury has now revealed that Polish police are facing disciplinary action for their handling of the case.
Max’s inquest was originally opened in December 2016 and adjourned until last November. But coroner Alan Blundson said at the time that he did not have enough information to proceed with the full inquest.
At a pre-inquest review held at The Guildhall in Sandwich this week, Mr Blundson also heard there were discrepancies in accounts given by the emergency services at the time of Max’s death....
To read the rest of Mellor's article, click HERE.