The document also said the attention Maradona was getting at the rented house “did not fulfill the minimum requirements” for a patient with his medical history. It said the Argentine star would not have died with "adequate hospitalization.”
Maradona had suffered a series of medical problems, some due to excesses of drugs and alcohol. He was reportedly near death in 2000 and 2004.
Julio Rivas, a lawyer for Luque, said he will try to annul the medical forensics of the report
“They have made a biased report, a bad one, with no scientific foundation,” he said.
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