He was very graphic at the tactics and indeed the behaviour of the Police Officer's whilst transporting Kingsley to the isolation room and whilst they removed the restraints. he confirmed that Kingsley Head was covered with a blanket and when asked why this had been done, he was told Kingsley was spitting, which really is not a matter of procedure, taking into account his pants whilst restrained and strapped to a trolley were around his knees and that was not covered with a blanket.
He went on to clarify that whilst the Police placed Kingsley face down on the bed and made their tactical withdrawal, the blanket was left on Kingsley Head.
The Jury then heard from various Doctors, one which tried to resucitate Kingsley in the isolation room before he was transferred to the QE, which was too late for him.
Toward the end of the week, we heard from two Pathologists, who confirmed that the injuries to Kingsley, some were as a result of blunt force trauma, the blanket over his head was unconventional, taking into account the use and availability of spit masks, was a factor along with the continued use of restraint.
There was no evidence that Kingsley was a drug addict either, a trace of cannabis was found in his blood stream but no of any significance.
The element is the effect of the blanket upon his head as re-oxygenation may not have been efficiently taking place if once the Police had left Kingsley on the bed face down he may have been unconscious. This off course is speculation at present and a factor that the jury will have to decide during their deliberations.
Live evidence will end next week round about Wednesday with evidence from PC Adey who was one of the last Police Officer's we understand to leave the room and DR. Lewis head of the Mental Health Trust.
The main argument will be during the course of the next week, will unlawful killing be placed in front of the Jury.
The case continues at 9.30am Tuesday Morning.
3rd May 2015