Argentina government uncovers three more people who may have played a key role in Diego Maradona's untimely death

Argentina government uncovers three more people who may have played a key role in Diego Maradona's untimely death

- Argentinian government has continued to look into Diego Maradona's death

- The legendary forward died on November 25 after a heart complication

- The authorities now have two nurses and a psychologist in their cross-examination

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Investigations into the unfortunate death of legendary Diego Maradona is beginning to take shape as two nurses and a psychologist were allegedly part of the plot.

The 1986 FIFA World Cup winner passed away on November 25, 2020, at the age of 60 due to a suspected heart attack.

This happened barely two weeks after he was discharged from a hospital in Buenos Aires following successful brain surgery.

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With reports that Diego was already recovery, the news of his death was surprising to many, hence, the authorities in Argentina decided to look into the real cause of his death.

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Diego Maradona during his prime at Argentine side Boca Juniors. Photo by Etsuo Hara.
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According to ESPN, the government wants to know if there was a case of negligence during the late footballer's treatment after the operation.

And if that can be established to be true, then the accused will be made to face a criminal case for their roles in his death.

Leopoldo Luque, the neurosurgeon who performed Maradona's brain surgery, and psychiatrist Agustina Cosachov, who treated him, are being investigated as their homes and offices were searched shortly after his death.

Psychologist Carlos Diaz, who treated Maradona in the months prior to his passing, and nurses Dahiana Gisela Madrid and Ricardo Almiron, have now been placed under investigation, according to sources from San Isidro's Prosecutors' Office.

After Maradona's death, his lawyer, Matias Morla, requested a full investigation of the circumstances of the footballing legend's death, criticising what he said was a slow response by emergency service.

Maradona's eldest daughters, Dalma and Giannina, hold Luque and Morla, who had hired Luque, responsible and demand that "justice is done."

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The 60-year-old died of a suspected heart attack days after he was discharged from the hospital this month.

While he was already recuperating well in his home country, he suffered a setback that caused his death at the end of the day.

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