The inquest into the death of former Pakistan coach Bob Woolmer ended on Wednesday, 26 days after it began in Kingston, Jamaica. Coroner Patrick Murphy called an end to the testimony in the afternoon and the 11-member jury now begin their deliberations on the cause of death.
Murphy listed several possible verdicts to the jury, based on the evidence and testimony presented to them. These included murder, manslaughter (voluntary and involuntary), death by natural causes, unlawful killing, suicide, accident or misadventure.
Murphy added that in the event of disputes among the jury, the court would only accept a majority verdict.
Woolmer died hours after he was found unconscious in his Jamaica hotel room on March 18, a day after Pakistan suffered a humiliating defeat to Ireland at the World Cup. Dr Ere Seshaiah, the government pathologist who conducted the post mortem, declared that Woolmer was murdered but three independent pathologists all concluded later that Woolmer died due to natural causes.