Milošević died of natural causesSource: Beta
THE HAGUE -- An internal inquiry conducted by the Hague Tribunal has confirmed that Slobodan Milošević died of natural causes.
The inquiry, headed by Tribunal Vice-President, Judge Kevin Parker, was ordered by Tribunal President, Judge Fausto Pocar on the same day Milošević died while in the custody of the Tribunal's Detention facility on March 11, 2006.
“No traces of poison were found in his body. None of the chemical substances found in his body were the cause of his death. The antibiotic Rifampicin was not found in his bloodstream.” the report states, confirming that it was indeed a heart attack that killed Milošević.
The report confirmed that “there is no basis for the accusations made by several media sources that Milošević was murdered, more precisely, poisoned.”
The report adds that Milošević received appropriate treatment and medical attention while he was in the Tribunal’s custody, which he entered in 2001 already having “serious health problems.”