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Have tourists lost faith in Goa’s Justice System?

Goa has received a lot of negative publicity due to the spate of crimes against foreign tourists in the last decade. These crimes have definitely tarnished the image of Goa, for the foreseeable future. One question on a lot of people’s minds is – Is Goa still safe for lone foreign tourists travelling to the State?

Seemingly tired of the injustice meted out to them, a group of 10 foreigners related to victims of violence in Goa, have written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi seeking justice. This begs to ask another question – Have tourist lost faith in Goa’s Justice System and Police?

In the letter to the Prime Minster, the 10 individuals have identified themselves as kin of tourists “murdered in Goa since 2005” and accused the police of cover-ups.

“Police are resistant to solving these cases and those who are responsible for murder remain at liberty to reoffend…” the families have written.

“We fervently request a commission led by Supreme Court Judge to analyze the investigations of the deaths of Caitanya Holt, Felix Dahl, James Durkin, Kyle Arndt, Scarlett Keeling, Denyse Sweeney, Stephen Bennett, Martin Neighbour, Michael Harvey and Jonathan Burbank to ensure a proper, unbiased and comprehensive investigation to reveal the truth about their deaths.

“The quality of the work of the police in Goa should be investigated. Instead of investigating the murders and killings, the local police want to cover up the truth,” states the letter.

According to an RTI reply accessed by a local activist in support of relatives of several of the deceased, 245 foreigners have died in Goa in the last 12 years.

Minna Pirhonen, mother of Felix Dahl who died in Goa in 2015 and is also a part of the team that drafted the letter to the PM, said, “We have sent the letter to the Prime Minister Narendra Modi to ask for an investigation about the way police in Goa has handled the investigation of these deaths. Many cases have not been investigated at all, in others the investigation was done to show that nothing suspicious was found even in the case when the death itself was suspicious.”

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Who are the ten people who have written to the Prime Minister?

Parvati Dasi, mother of Caitanya Holt

 Caitanya Holt was mistakenly identified as a thief and chased by an angry mob into the rice paddy field, where he ultimately fell and choked to death on the swampy water. Read more HERE

Minna Pirhonen, mother of Felix Dahl

Swedish national Felix Dahl who had come to Goa for a holiday in October 2014, is said to have been last seen at a restaurant in Patnem before his body was found on a quiet gravel road, 200m away from the restaurant. Read more HERE

Jim Durkin, father of James Durkin

 Mystery surrounds the death of a Coulsdon backpacker who disappeared in Goa after flying to India to scatter his mother’s ashes.  The badly decomposed body of James Durkin, 34, washed up on a beach in the city of Canacona on March 8, 2015, three weeks after he vanished. Read more HERE

Lori Arndt, mother of Kyle Arndt

A 25-year-old Canadian national was found dead in a guest house in Arambol police had said. According to Pernem police one male person namely Kyle Kristian Anndt, was found dead in a room of a guest house in Arambol-Pernem. The incident came to light after the staffer at the guest house noticed Anndt. Read more HERE

Fiona MacKeown, mother of Scarlett Keeling

One of Goa’s most murky cases ensued after Scarlett’s half-naked body was found covered in 50 injuries on Anjuna beach on February 18, 2008. Since then the story that has unfolded has left everyone bemused, yet confused. Read more HERE

Maureen Sweeney, sister of Denyse Sweeney

In the early hours of 16 April 2010, a British woman was discovered “in a distressed state” outside a bar in Goa. A short time later, she was declared dead in hospital. Her family believe Denyse Sweeney was murdered. Six years later, her death is being re-examined in India, after the first investigation was found to be flawed. But will the truth ever be revealed? Read more HERE

Amanda Bennett, sister of Stephen Bennett

Stephen Bennett, 40, began his holiday on Goa’s golden beaches but ended it far from the tourist trail, in paddy fields and dense forests some 250 miles away. The part-time actor had been clubbed to death before being strung up with a sari, apparently to disguise the murder as suicide. Read more HERE

Sara Neighbour, sister of Martin Neighbour

Martin Neighbour, 39, whose half naked and bruised body was washed up at the Arambol tourist resort in India on 3 February 2008. Goan authorities said he had drowned after drunkenly falling into the sea. Read more HERE

Pauline Harvey, mother of Michael Harvey

Michael Harvey, 34, from Irlam, was five months into a six-month backpacking holiday when he was found dead in a beach guesthouse in Ashwem Beach, Goa, in March 2008. Read more HERE

Davis Burbank, father of Jonathan Burbank

Jonathan is believed to have been found dead under mysterious circumstances in the State with police once again being accused of dragging their feet in the case.

What about British-Irish citizen Danielle McLaughlin?

danielle-investigationIn another attack on foreigners in Goa this year, in March, the body of 28-year-old Danielle McLaughlin, a dual British-Irish citizen, was discovered naked in a field. Police have charged 23-year-old Indian man Vikat Bhagat with her rape and murder.Read more HERE

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4 thoughts on “Have tourists lost faith in Goa’s Justice System?”

  1. Caitanya Holt, 30 years, from USA
    Died January 12, 2016, in Korgaon, Goa
    Caitanya was a former solder in US Air force who was attacked by Nigerians while on holiday in Goa. He tried to make a frantic escape and was trying to flag down a vehicle or grab a scooter to escape his attackers, but was chased down to paddy field where he was beaten up by a lynch mob containing villagers and local police. According to some reports he was beaten up and then left unconscious in the shallow water where he drowned, while some reports claim he was intentionally killed by the mob because he was mistakenly taken for a Nigerian or a thief.

    James (Jimmy) Durkin, 34 years, from UK
    Died February 15, 2015, in Canacona, Goa
    James (jimmy) Durkin disappeared from Palolem after collapsing and having a visit at the hospital. According to information from the police, he was fetched by the police from the hospital and left on the street in Colomb. He was never seen alive after that. However, according to press articles he came back to the police station and told that he will leave to North Goa. However, all his belongings, including passport and money was found from his hotel room in Palolem. His severely mutilated body was found on the beach in Agonda few weeks after he disappeared. His death is registered as drowning but the condition of the body excludes a simple drowning and suggests he was murdered. He disappeared 16 days after Felix Dahl was found dead in the same area, which may indicate that these two deaths may be linked.

    Felix Dahl, 22 years, from Finland
    Died January 28, 2015, in Patnem, Goa
    Felix Dahl stayed in Agonda but was brought to Patnem by a local man and later found dead on the street with broken skull. Police in Goa claim that Felix stumbled on the street on his own and hit his head, but according to a forensic medical expert an assault is the most likely reason for his injuries. Autopsy revealed that Felix had been drugged with an overdose of an antihistamine that causes confusion and inability to fight back when assaulted. The local person with whom Felix was that night took his computer after his death. This person has assaulted others before and is a friend of Vikat Bhagat who is accused of murdering Danielle McLaughlin in March 2017. These two men have been arrested for burglaries they did together with other locals. Police initially refused to make FIR but were forced to register Felix’s death as murder after a court process by his family. However, Felix’s family still thinks that the local police is not seriously investigating his death.

    Kyle Arndt, 25 years, from Canada
    Died December 25, 2013, in Arambol, Goa
    Kyle was an adventurous and sporty young man who had visited 32 countries when he came to Goa and Arambol to attend a music festival. He shared a room with an European friend. They came back to the hotel after the festival and went to bed. In the morning Kyle was dead and his friend showed signs of serious poisoning. Kyle’s family has not obtained any autopsy documents and does not know if any toxicological samples were analyzed or even taken. They suspect that Kyle’s and his friend’s room was treated with an overdose of insecticides or their drinks spiked. Till today no proper investigation has been done about Kyle Arndt’s death.

    Denyse Sweeney, 34 years, from UK
    Died April 16, 2010, in Anjuna, Goa
    The death of Denyse Sweeney was initially explained by the local police as a drug overdose, but an inquest found no narcotics in her body and the initial investigation reportedly overlooked evidence of several injuries on her body, among them a lethal skull damage. The case has since been listed as a murder but CBI has just stopped the investigation and still claim that drugs were involved, although nothing was found in the autopsy. The local persons who accompanied Denyse before and during her death, and according to some statements were harassing her, have not been identified and questioned. Her family feels that her death was not properly investigated to find out what happened to her and who caused her injuries.

    Martin Neighbour, 39 years, from UK
    Died March 18, 2010, in Arambol, Goa
    Martin Neighbour was found dead on Arambol beach in February 2008 in a case that was classified as a drowning. His sister told in an inquest in London her brother “looked like he had been beaten up”. Before his death, he had won about 800 pounds in card came with the locals, and was found dead in the sea with a bump in his head and with half of his cloths on, including shoes. The local police claimed he went to swim middle of the night and then drowned. The local police claimed that the injury in his head was caused by rocks on the shore, although he was found on a sandy beach and rocks where nowhere to be seen. The large sum of money he won was newer found. His family is convinced that he was murdered to steal the money.

    Michael Harvey, 34 years, from UK
    Died March 1, 2010, in Ashwem, Goa
    Michael Harvey was an amateur photographer who was found dead in a beach guesthouse in Ashwem Beach. In an autopsy in India it was found out that Michael died of fluid retention in his brain and lungs but the cause of his death was not identified. A post-mortem was carried out in the UK later but because his body had been heavily embalmed, results could not be gained from blood and tissue samples. His family struggled for five years to get the results from the toxicological tests from Goa, but when finally received, they were inconclusive. He had wounds, either from an accident or most likely an assault that happened before his death, and many of his things were stolen, among them all his films and his phone. His family feels that the incidents leading to his death as well as the cause of his death have not been properly investigated.

    Scarlett Keeling, 15 years, from UK
    Died February 17, 2008, in Anjuna, Goa
    Scarlett Keeling was taken care off by a local family in Anjuna February 2008. Evidence suggests that she was drugged by a cocktail of narcotics and medication in Luis’ Shack, and was later seen attempting to get a lift home. She was raped and then murdered by pressing her in the shallow sea water until she drowned. The local police in Goa refused to investigate her death and claimed she drowned on her own, but the second autopsy revealed dozens of injuries in her body and also a British eye witness was found who witnessed her rape. Finally, after CBI investigation, two locals, Samson D’Souza and Placido Carvalho, were arrested for the killing but later released because the British eye witness refused to arrive to Goa to testify, maybe out of fear or because he had been paid. There is evidence showing that the police is Goa tried to cover up the real reason of her death.

    Stephen Bennett, 40 years, from UK
    Died December 2008 in Maharashtra, India
    Stephen Bennett was abducted from his hotel 2006 by Goan police during the second day of his first trip to Goa. He was intimidated, drugged and transported to Maharashtra, but he survived and tried to escape. He phoned home, telling that his life is in danger and said farewell to his family and children. He was again captured by the criminals, killed and three days later hanged in a Mango tree. Initially the local police stated he committed suicide, later locals were accused for killing him but they were released and told that they had not even seen Stephen before. Stephen’s family has investigated his death in detail, and has found out that Stephen was killed as a warning to British criminals who stayed in the same hotel with him and owed money to Goan drug dealers collaborating with the local police.

    Jonathan Ray Burbank, 27 years, from USA
    Died May 28, 2005, in Anjuna, Goa
    Jonathan Ray Burbank was a young, fit yoga teacher who was with a Pakistani female friend in a Tito’s bar, where he collapsed and was taken up to his hotel room. Later medical help was called but his life could not be saved. The reason of the death has been reported to be heart failure leading to pulmonary oedema, both possibly just a consequence of death and do not say anything about the cause of the death. When his body arrived to USA, it showed signs of struggle as if he had been beaten before his death. Furthermore, all his internal organs had been removed, which made it difficult to make a new autopsy. His family is sure he was murdered by poisoning at the restaurant, which has not been investigated by the police in Goa.

  2. Caitanya Holt, 30 years, from USA, died January 12, 2016, in Korgaon, Goa
    Caitanya was a former solder in US Air force who was attacked by Nigerians while on holiday in Goa. He tried to make a frantic escape and was trying to flag down a vehicle or grab a scooter to escape his attackers, but was chased down to paddy field where he was beaten up by a lynch mob containing villagers and local police. According to some reports he was beaten up and then left unconscious in the shallow water where he drowned, while some reports claim he was intentionally killed by the mob because he was mistakenly taken for a Nigerian or a thief.

    James (Jimmy) Durkin, 34 years, from UK, died February 15, 2015, in Canacona, Goa
    James (jimmy) Durkin disappeared from Palolem after collapsing and having a visit at the hospital. According to information from the police, he was fetched by the police from the hospital and left on the street in Colomb. He was never seen alive after that. However, according to press articles he came back to the police station and told that he will leave to North Goa. However, all his belongings, including passport and money was found from his hotel room in Palolem. His severely mutilated body was found on the beach in Agonda few weeks after he disappeared. His death is registered as drowning but the condition of the body excludes a simple drowning and suggests he was murdered. He disappeared 16 days after Felix Dahl was found dead in the same area, which may indicate that these two deaths may be linked.

    Felix Dahl, 22 years, from Finland, died January 28, 2015, in Patnem, Goa
    Felix Dahl stayed in Agonda but was brought to Patnem by a local man and later found dead on the street with broken skull. Police in Goa claim that Felix stumbled on the street on his own and hit his head, but according to a forensic medical expert an assault is the most likely reason for his injuries. Autopsy revealed that Felix had been drugged with an overdose of an antihistamine that causes confusion and inability to fight back when assaulted. The local person with whom Felix was that night took his computer after his death. This person has assaulted others before and is a friend of Vikat Bhagat who is accused of murdering Danielle McLaughlin in March 2017. These two men have been arrested for burglaries they did together with other locals. Police initially refused to make FIR but were forced to register Felix’s death as murder after a court process by his family. However, Felix’s family still thinks that the local police is not seriously investigating his death.
    Kyle Arndt, 25 years, from Canada, died December 25, 2013, in Arambol, Goa
    Kyle was an adventurous and sporty young man who had visited 32 countries when he came to Goa and Arambol to attend a music festival. He shared a room with an European friend. They came back to the hotel after the festival and went to bed. In the morning Kyle was dead and his friend showed signs of serious poisoning. Kyle’s family has not obtained any autopsy documents and does not know if any toxicological samples were analyzed or even taken. They suspect that Kyle’s and his friend’s room was treated with an overdose of insecticides or their drinks spiked. Till today no proper investigation has been done about Kyle Arndt’s death.

    Denyse Sweeney, 34 years, from UK, died April 16, 2010, in Anjuna, Goa
    The death of Denyse Sweeney was initially explained by the local police as a drug overdose, but an inquest found no narcotics in her body and the initial investigation reportedly overlooked evidence of several injuries on her body, among them a lethal skull damage. The case has since been listed as a murder but CBI has just stopped the investigation and still claim that drugs were involved, although nothing was found in the autopsy. The local persons who accompanied Denyse before and during her death, and according to some statements were harassing her, have not been identified and questioned. Her family feels that her death was not properly investigated to find out what happened to her and who caused her injuries.

    Martin Neighbour, 39 years, from UK, died March 18, 2010, in Arambol, Goa
    Martin Neighbour was found dead on Arambol beach in February 2008 in a case that was classified as a drowning. His sister told in an inquest in London her brother “looked like he had been beaten up”. Before his death, he had won about 800 pounds in card came with the locals, and was found dead in the sea with a bump in his head and with half of his cloths on, including shoes. The local police claimed he went to swim middle of the night and then drowned. The local police claimed that the injury in his head was caused by rocks on the shore, although he was found on a sandy beach and rocks where nowhere to be seen. The large sum of money he won was newer found. His family is convinced that he was murdered to steal the money.

    Michael Harvey, 34 years, from UK, died March 1, 2010, in Ashwem, Goa
    Michael Harvey was an amateur photographer who was found dead in a beach guesthouse in Ashwem Beach. In an autopsy in India it was found out that Michael died of fluid retention in his brain and lungs but the cause of his death was not identified. A post-mortem was carried out in the UK later but because his body had been heavily embalmed, results could not be gained from blood and tissue samples. His family struggled for five years to get the results from the toxicological tests from Goa, but when finally received, they were inconclusive. He had wounds, either from an accident or most likely an assault that happened before his death, and many of his things were stolen, among them all his films and his phone. His family feels that the incidents leading to his death as well as the cause of his death have not been properly investigated.

    Scarlett Keeling, 15 years, from UK, died February 17, 2008, in Anjuna, Goa
    Scarlett Keeling was taken care off by a local family in Anjuna February 2008. Evidence suggests that she was drugged by a cocktail of narcotics and medication in Luis’ Shack, and was later seen attempting to get a lift home. She was raped and then murdered by pressing her in the shallow sea water until she drowned. The local police in Goa refused to investigate her death and claimed she drowned on her own, but the second autopsy revealed dozens of injuries in her body and also a British eye witness was found who witnessed her rape. Finally, after CBI investigation, two locals, Samson D’Souza and Placido Carvalho, were arrested for the killing but later released because the British eye witness refused to arrive to Goa to testify, maybe out of fear or because he had been paid. There is evidence showing that the police is Goa tried to cover up the real reason of her death.

    Stephen Bennett, 40 years, from UK, died December 2008 in Maharashtra, India
    Stephen Bennett was abducted from his hotel 2006 by Goan police during the second day of his first trip to Goa. He was intimidated, drugged and transported to Maharashtra, but he survived and tried to escape. He phoned home, telling that his life is in danger and said farewell to his family and children. He was again captured by the criminals, killed and three days later hanged in a Mango tree. Initially the local police stated he committed suicide, later locals were accused for killing him but they were released and told that they had not even seen Stephen before. Stephen’s family has investigated his death in detail, and has found out that Stephen was killed as a warning to British criminals who stayed in the same hotel with him and owed money to Goan drug dealers collaborating with the local police.

    Jonathan Ray Burbank, 27 years, from USA, died May 28, 2005, in Anjuna, Goa
    Jonathan Ray Burbank was a young, fit yoga teacher who was with a Pakistani female friend in a Tito’s bar, where he collapsed and was taken up to his hotel room. Later medical help was called but his life could not be saved. The reason of the death has been reported to be heart failure leading to pulmonary oedema, both possibly just a consequence of death and do not say anything about the cause of the death. When his body arrived to USA, it showed signs of struggle as if he had been beaten before his death. Furthermore, all his internal organs had been removed, which made it difficult to make a new autopsy. His family is sure he was murdered by poisoning at the restaurant, which has not been investigated by the police in Goa.

  3. Caitanya Holt, 30 years, from USA, died January 12, 2016, in Korgaon, Goa. Caitanya was a former solder in US Air force who was attacked by Nigerians while on holiday in Goa. He tried to make a frantic escape and was trying to flag down a vehicle or grab a scooter to escape his attackers, but was chased down to paddy field where he was beaten up by a lynch mob containing villagers and local police. According to some reports he was beaten up and then left unconscious in the shallow water where he drowned, while some reports claim he was intentionally killed by the mob because he was mistakenly taken for a Nigerian or a thief. James (Jimmy) Durkin, 34 years, from UK, died February 15, 2015, in Canacona, Goa. James (jimmy) Durkin disappeared from Palolem after collapsing and having a visit at the hospital. According to information from the police, he was fetched by the police from the hospital and left on the street in Colomb. He was never seen alive after that. However, according to press articles he came back to the police station and told that he will leave to North Goa. However, all his belongings, including passport and money was found from his hotel room in Palolem. His severely mutilated body was found on the beach in Agonda few weeks after he disappeared. His death is registered as drowning but the condition of the body excludes a simple drowning and suggests he was murdered. He disappeared 16 days after Felix Dahl was found dead in the same area, which may indicate that these two deaths may be linked. Felix Dahl, 22 years, from Finland, died January 28, 2015, in Patnem, Goa. Felix Dahl stayed in Agonda but was brought to Patnem by a local man and later found dead on the street with broken skull. Police in Goa claim that Felix stumbled on the street on his own and hit his head, but according to a forensic medical expert an assault is the most likely reason for his injuries. Autopsy revealed that Felix had been drugged with an overdose of an antihistamine that causes confusion and inability to fight back when assaulted. The local person with whom Felix was that night took his computer after his death. This person has assaulted others before and is a friend of Vikat Bhagat who is accused of murdering Danielle McLaughlin in March 2017. These two men have been arrested for burglaries they did together with other locals. Police initially refused to make FIR but were forced to register Felix’s death as murder after a court process by his family. However, Felix’s family still thinks that the local police is not seriously investigating his death. Kyle Arndt, 25 years, from Canada, died December 25, 2013, in Arambol, Goa. Kyle was an adventurous and sporty young man who had visited 32 countries when he came to Goa and Arambol to attend a music festival. He shared a room with an European friend. They came back to the hotel after the festival and went to bed. In the morning Kyle was dead and his friend showed signs of serious poisoning. Kyle’s family has not obtained any autopsy documents and does not know if any toxicological samples were analyzed or even taken. They suspect that Kyle’s and his friend’s room was treated with an overdose of insecticides or their drinks spiked. Till today no proper investigation has been done about Kyle Arndt’s death. Denyse Sweeney, 34 years, from UK, died April 16, 2010, in Anjuna, Goa. The death of Denyse Sweeney was initially explained by the local police as a drug overdose, but an inquest found no narcotics in her body and the initial investigation reportedly overlooked evidence of several injuries on her body, among them a lethal skull damage. The case has since been listed as a murder but CBI has just stopped the investigation and still claim that drugs were involved, although nothing was found in the autopsy. The local persons who accompanied Denyse before and during her death, and according to some statements were harassing her, have not been identified and questioned. Her family feels that her death was not properly investigated to find out what happened to her and who caused her injuries. Martin Neighbour, 39 years, from UK, died March 18, 2010, in Arambol, Goa. Martin Neighbour was found dead on Arambol beach in February 2008 in a case that was classified as a drowning. His sister told in an inquest in London her brother “looked like he had been beaten up”. Before his death, he had won about 800 pounds in card came with the locals, and was found dead in the sea with a bump in his head and with half of his cloths on, including shoes. The local police claimed he went to swim middle of the night and then drowned. The local police claimed that the injury in his head was caused by rocks on the shore, although he was found on a sandy beach and rocks where nowhere to be seen. The large sum of money he won was newer found. His family is convinced that he was murdered to steal the money. Michael Harvey, 34 years, from UK, died March 1, 2010, in Ashwem, Goa. Michael Harvey was an amateur photographer who was found dead in a beach guesthouse in Ashwem Beach. In an autopsy in India it was found out that Michael died of fluid retention in his brain and lungs but the cause of his death was not identified. A post-mortem was carried out in the UK later but because his body had been heavily embalmed, results could not be gained from blood and tissue samples. His family struggled for five years to get the results from the toxicological tests from Goa, but when finally received, they were inconclusive. He had wounds, either from an accident or most likely an assault that happened before his death, and many of his things were stolen, among them all his films and his phone. His family feels that the incidents leading to his death as well as the cause of his death have not been properly investigated. Scarlett Keeling, 15 years, from UK, died February 17, 2008, in Anjuna, Goa. Scarlett Keeling was taken care off by a local family in Anjuna February 2008. Evidence suggests that she was drugged by a cocktail of narcotics and medication in Luis’ Shack, and was later seen attempting to get a lift home. She was raped and then murdered by pressing her in the shallow sea water until she drowned. The local police in Goa refused to investigate her death and claimed she drowned on her own, but the second autopsy revealed dozens of injuries in her body and also a British eye witness was found who witnessed her rape. Finally, after CBI investigation, two locals, Samson D’Souza and Placido Carvalho, were arrested for the killing but later released because the British eye witness refused to arrive to Goa to testify, maybe out of fear or because he had been paid. There is evidence showing that the police is Goa tried to cover up the real reason of her death. Stephen Bennett, 40 years, from UK, died December 2008 in Maharashtra, India. Stephen Bennett was abducted from his hotel 2006 by Goan police during the second day of his first trip to Goa. He was intimidated, drugged and transported to Maharashtra, but he survived and tried to escape. He phoned home, telling that his life is in danger and said farewell to his family and children. He was again captured by the criminals, killed and three days later hanged in a Mango tree. Initially the local police stated he committed suicide, later locals were accused for killing him but they were released and told that they had not even seen Stephen before. Stephen’s family has investigated his death in detail, and has found out that Stephen was killed as a warning to British criminals who stayed in the same hotel with him and owed money to Goan drug dealers collaborating with the local police. Jonathan Ray Burbank, 27 years, from USA, died May 28, 2005, in Anjuna, Goa. Jonathan Ray Burbank was a young, fit yoga teacher who was with a Pakistani female friend in a Tito’s bar, where he collapsed and was taken up to his hotel room. Later medical help was called but his life could not be saved. The reason of the death has been reported to be heart failure leading to pulmonary oedema, both possibly just a consequence of death and do not say anything about the cause of the death. When his body arrived to USA, it showed signs of struggle as if he had been beaten before his death. Furthermore, all his internal organs had been removed, which made it difficult to make a new autopsy. His family is sure he was murdered by poisoning at the restaurant, which has not been investigated by the police in Goa.

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