The Woolmer investigation

When Bob Woolmer was found dead in his Jamaica hotel room after Pakistan's shock loss to Ireland in the 2007 World Cup, speculation raged (for nearly three months) over whether foul play was involved. The see-sawing, near-farcical investigation delivered a verdict of death by natural causes. Then a jury, after a six-week long inquest, decided there was insufficient evidence as to whether the death owed to natural causes or a criminal act

Bob Woolmer

He who loved the game

Bob Woolmer died in desperately sad circumstances, but it's his innocence and integrity that he will be remembered for

Insufficient evidence for murder or natural death

Woolmer jury delivers open verdict

An 11-member jury handed down an open verdict on the death of the former Pakistan coach Bob Woolmer

Bob Woolmer inquest

Inquest enters seventh week

The inquest into the death of former Pakistan coach Bob Woolmer entered its seventh week with coroner Patrick Murphy summarising the statements of five more witnesses on Monday

Murphy to continue summation

Woolmer inquest goes into sixth week

The coroner's inquest into the death of former Pakistan coach Bob Woolmer has extended for another week, with coroner Patrick Murphy yet to continue his summation of the evidence on Monday

Kingston inquest enters final week

Woolmer's final email discusses 'abysmal' performance

Bob Woolmer was a "little depressed" following his team's exit from the World Cup and he was looking forward to going home, according to an email that may have been his final words before his death in Kingston

Senior Jamaica police officer testifies at Woolmer inquest

Mark Shields defends decision to close investigations

Jamaica's deputy commissioner of police Mark Shields, appearing for the third consecutive day at an inquest into former Pakistan coach Bob Woolmer's death, has defended the Jamaica Constabulary Force's decision to close investigations into the case

Inzamam doesn't testify, claims Mark Shields

Pakistani players refuse to testify at Woolmer's inquest

One of Jamaica's top police officers has said that four members of the Pakistan cricket team have declined to testify at the inquest into the death of their former coach Bob Woolmer

Jamaica Deputy Commissioner of Police testifies at inquest

Mark Shields: ICC had ruled out Woolmer match-fixing link

Mark Shields, Jamaica's Deputy Commissioner of Police, has testified at an inquest that the ICC's Anti-Corruption and Security Team, who assisted his force in the investigations, had ruled out a match-fixing link in connection with the death of Bob Woolme

Blood and urine samples also show traces

Woolmer's stomach contained pesticide - specialist

Bob Woolmer's stomach samples contained significant amounts of a pesticide, the chief forensic officer at the government forensic laboratory in Kingston told the inquest