Her lawyer said that no one suspected that Coachov’s medicine had caused the star’s death.
The psychiatrist who was treating Maradona when he died last November denied any responsibility for his death, and the panel of experts attributed it to negligence.
The psychiatrist Agustina Korsachev “provided evidence that she did not kill”, and her lawyer Vadim Mishanchuk was in San Isidro outside Buenos Aires on Friday. The prosecutor’s office said after questioning the 36-year-old man.
“There is no doubt that psychiatric drugs [that Cosachov prescribed] And at these doses it may cause heart defects,” Mishanchuk added.
The 1986 World Cup champion captain died of a heart attack a few weeks after undergoing brain thrombosis surgery at the age of 60.
Kosachev and psychologist Carlos Diaz discovered that Maradona had died in a rented house in an upscale neighborhood in Buenos Aires, where he was receiving home care.
Kosachev received more than six hours of interrogation in the prosecutor’s office on Friday and submitted a long letter before leaving without speaking to the media.
“She is a psychiatrist,” Mishanchuk said as they entered the office. “She has nothing to do with the clinical management of the patient.”
The addiction expert is one of seven medical professionals under investigation for the death of Maradona, a case that has swept through Argentina.
Today, 35 years ago, Belgium’s four defender stood between Diego Maradona and the goal.
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-An interesting old game (@sid_lambert) June 25, 2021
According to investigation records, Kosachev and 39-year-old neurosurgeon Leopoldo Luke are the main personnel responsible for the care of Maradona.
The interrogation phase of the suspect will end next Monday, and Luke will appear before the prosecutor. He has repeatedly denied any responsibility.
In the next stage of the investigation, the judge will decide whether to order a trial.
If found guilty at the end of the process that may take several years, the seven people will face 8 to 25 years in prison. Before the results came out, everyone was banned from leaving the country.
After the committee of experts investigating the football player’s death found that he had not received adequate care and was abandoned in his destiny, the prosecutor began an investigation.
Last week, a lawyer for Dahiana Madrid, a 36-year-old co-nurse, told the prosecutor that the doctor in charge “killed Diego.”
“In the end, there are many warning signs that Maradona will die, one day more or less. No doctor has taken any measures to stop it,” said then lawyer Rodolfo Baque.
Like Kosachev, 29-year-old psychologist Diaz denied that Maradona’s psychotropic drugs had worsened his heart condition.
The former Boca youth, Barcelona and Naples star has struggled with cocaine and alcohol addiction for many years and suffered from liver, kidney and cardiovascular diseases at the time of his death.