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Seven people who examined Diego Maradona in the days before his demise have been accused of involuntary homicide.
The Argentine football legend perished of a heart attack aged 60 last November two weeks after going through brain surgery.
A report equipped by a medical council and passed to prosecutors ahead of this month found the former Barcelona and Napoli player was in agony
further than 12 hours, did not receive decent medical attention, and could nonetheless be alive if he had been appropriately hospitalized.
"The ambulance took further than half an hour to arrive, which was an illicit lunacy."
Neurosurgeon Leopoldo Luque and psychiatrist Agustina Cosachov occurred among those accused alongside a psychiatrist, a doctor, two nurses and a nurse coordinator.
Thereafter Maradona's demise, Dr Luque enunciate publicly about how he had tried to alleviate the ageing soccer player.
The 1986 World Cup winner had endeavored from substance and alcohol vitriol issues in later life.
"I did the best I could with Diego. He needed help."
"the patient's signs of the threat of life were ignored" and that Maradona "showed unequivocal signs of a prolonged agony period" for upwards of 12 hours.