Yousef Makki Inquest: Coroner returns narrative conclusion

18 November 2021

Yousef Makki inquest

A narrative conclusion has been returned in the inquest into the death of Yousef Makki, with the Coroner finding that she was unable to determine the precise circumstances in which he died.

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Manchester Evening News

BBC News 

The family of Yousef Makki were represented by Pete Weatherby QC, leading Matthew Stanbury and instructed by Sarah Magson and Alistair Smith of Watson Woodhouse, solicitors.

The painting of Yousef Makki is used with the permission of Artist, Justin Eagleton

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