The Prosecutor's Office attached to the Bucharest Court ordered the closure of the file on the death of Iranian citizen Mansouri Gholam Reza on June 19 at the Duke Hotel in Bucharest, the investigators' conclusion being that he committed suicide, reports Agerpress.
"On 03.09.2020, prosecutors from the Public Prosecutor's Office attached to the Bucharest Court ordered the closure of the file on the death of Iranian citizen Mansouri Gholam Reza, which occurred on 19.06.2020 in the Duke Hotel in Bucharest. To order this, prosecutors determined that Mansouri Gholam Reza precipitated from the 5th floor of the hotel through the hotel stairs' skylight, from a 20-metre height, hitting the floor on the ground floor of the hotel, dying on the spot at 14:27:56 as a result of injuries incompatible with life, its actions constituting a suicidal act," a statement from prosecutors reads.
Investigators maintain the Iranian had vacated the room occupied on the sixth floor of the hotel and had fulfilled the check-out formalities, then boarded the elevator from the ground floor to the fifth floor.
"It was also established that 57 seconds had passed from the time of the climb to the elevator on the ground floor until the time of death, with the Iranian citizen being the only customer in the hotel. From the criminal prosecutions carried out it emerged that no other person was involved in the precipitation of the Iranian citizen," prosecutors say.
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