Thus following this morning Police evidence that Kingsley was restrained on the floor during his initial assessment. He was not only on the floor and handcuff behind his back as previously reported, but, leg restraints were also used.
Despite repeated requests to go to the toilet he was left to wet himself there twice.
This was a shocking revelation on how to treat a fellow human being.
Dr Kennedy, relied upon the evidence given to him contained in the reports passed on to him by colleagues following their assessments which has proven to be less than reliable, taking into account the accuracy of the information supplied by the Police Officer's.
The focus was placed on the events at the Mary Seacole Centre in Winson Green, where it was described as very disturbing and upsetting during the altercation that led to Kingsley being restrained and transported to Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
A clear break in procedures were followed during this time and the question of the blanket covering his head was brought in play today.
One of the main issues is that despite the Doctor instructing that a Nurse accompany Kingsley in the ambulance, this did not happen it was Police Officer's instead despite him actually being in the custody and the responsibility of the Mental Health Service.
Now let the blame game begin.
21st April 2015