Pictured: British expat shot dead in Libya while having a picnic on a beach with a close friend from New Zealand

By Abul Taher
Published: 22:02 BST, 28 December 2013 | Updated: 13:53 BST, 29 December 2013
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The family of a English specialist who was found dead in his jail cell in Syria accept he was calmed with drugs some time recently being hanged by his captors.
They fear Dr Abbas Khan’s body has been flushed with liquids to cover up confirm of sedatives in his bloodstream.
Although the comes about of a English post-mortem examination are not however ready, a CT filter of Dr Khan’s body has evidently appeared a cut in the femoral vein in one of his thighs, recommending liquids were infused into his body.
The family of English specialist Abbas Khan, who was found dead in his jail cell in Syria, accept he was calmed with drugs some time recently being hanged by his captors

His family moreover told The Mail on Sunday the Syrian specialists preserved the 32-year-old’s body against their wishes some time recently returning it to them.
Dr Khan’s brother, Dr Shahnawaz Khan, 29, said he fears the preserving was a think endeavor by the administration to destroy any future post-mortem examinations as the process includes flushing a dead body with liquids to protect it.
He said: ‘We told the Syrians not to preserve the body, as we needed to do it in Beirut ourselves, so we can take tests away for toxicology.  Yet they did it against our wish.’ Last week, a post-mortem examination was conveyed out along with toxicology tests at Queen’s Hospital, Romford, Essex. Yet his family fear the tests may demonstrate inconclusive.
Dr Khan’s sibling Shahnawaz, said their mother Fatima (pictured at a commemoration service) was reached by Syrian jail watches on the morning of the death

Dr Khan said his mother Fatima, 57, was reached by Syrian jail watches on the morning of his brother’s demise to tell her that her child was dead what’s more, there was ‘foam’ coming out of his mouth what’s more, nostrils.
He accepts the froth was caused by his sibling being infused with analgesics some time recently he was hanged. He said: ‘It’s sickening what they have done to him. Indeed on the off chance that the comes about are inconclusive, we have great reason to accept that he was anaesthetised what’s more, at that point hanged.’
Dr Abbas Khan, an orthopedic specialist from Streatham, South London, was confined by the Syrians for 13 months what’s more, tormented in a arrangement of infamous prisons. The administration concurred to free him a fortnight ago, be that as it may he was found hanging in his cell as it were four days some time recently his release.
Dr Abbas Khan, imagined with his child Abdullah, was confined by the Syrians for 13 months what’s more, tormented in a arrangement of infamous prisons

Dr Abbas Khan, an orthopedic specialist from Streatham, South London imagined in an operation theatre

David Cameron called his passing ‘sickening’ what’s more, the Remote Office said he was ‘in impact murdered’. Dr Khan was covered on Thursday after a burial service at the Regent’s Stop mosque,  North London, gone to by  more than 1,000 mourners.
On Friday, an examination was opened into his demise at the coroner’s court in Walthamstow. It was told that a Syrian post-mortem examination found that Dr Khan kicked the bucket of asphyxiation, what’s more, that he was due to show up some time recently a psychological oppression court on the day of his ‘suicide’.
But his family expelled the Syrian claims as lies, saying it is ‘inconceivable’ he would slaughter himself days some time recently his release.
? A Syrian government air strike slaughtered 21 individuals at a vegetable advertise in Aleppo yesterday, activists said.
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