He really had nothing to offer, however, it is well believed that the Barrister's representing the Police wanted him to give evidence to introduce yet again the theory of "Excited Delarium", which just isn't on the agenda here in the UK.
However, to the end his evidence was of no real consequence in comparison to the evidence from the previous two Pathologists.
This afternoon we heard from the Doctor who was on call when Kingsley went into Cardiac Arrest and it was a complete case of confusion, as she claims that she was told to go to the wrong ward and when she arrived there, there were no compressions being done and they placed him on the floor for a solid surface for compressions. Furthermore, we went on to hear the wrong breathing mask was used initially, along with the Defibulator not having any pads and there was a delay whilst an alternative one was obtained from a different ward.
The Ambulance Crew were also called and turned up and their actions were clear on this occasion and they clearly fought to help Kingsley, by assisting him to regain his pulse on 3 occasions, prior to transferring him to A&E at the QE.
A statement of action taken from the A&E Doctor was read out to the point where Kingsley was declared dead owing the no brain activity on 31st March 2015.
The final witness of the day was an Expert Witness who was a A&E Doctor.
He made the following points for the Jury to consider:
1. The treatment on the first visit to A&E was useful.
2. The use of a blanket to cover his face was unusual, and he was aware that sheets are held in front of faces to stop spitting but not wrapped about someone's head.
3. During the Ambulance ride from Mary Seacole, the CPN should have been in the Ambulance to monitor Kingsley's vital signs and his temperature and sugar levels should have been monitored.
4. The delays in attending to Kingsley once he went into cardiac arrest is significant.
5. The blanket covering Kingsley head when he was placed face down on the bed is significant as clearly, he possibly ending up rebreathing his own breath.
6. The delay in the Ambulance being called to the isolation room once Kingsley went into cardiac arrest was significant.
This is a Significant case of systemic failure by all parties, but tomorrow at 9.30am is the commencement of further evidence from PC Adey of West Midlands Police, along with a Restraint Expert and Dr. Lewis Head of the Mental Health Trust.
5th May 2015