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Tobias White-Sansom died in July last year after falling into a coma following a reported fight with bouncers in Magaluf in Mallorca, Spain. The family of a British father who was allegedly attacked by a group of bouncers in Spain and brought to his knees by police officers has claimed the man was injected twice with fentanyl, a super-strong painkiller.
After petitioning Spanish officials to release his body and bring it back to the UK, White-Sansom was buried in Nottingham in October last year. The father left behind his two young daughters, Jasmine and Poppy. But now the family claims that shortly before the father went into cardiac arrest, Spanish doctors injected him with a double dose of fentanyl. They say that the doctors were acting under the orders of the police.
The police force previously claimed they attended the scene in the Magaluf strip last July following reports of an assault on a doorman and that a suspect had to be restrained before being hospitalized and later dying. The Mirror reported that a medical report seen by the publication shows that two doses of the strong opioid painkiller were given to White-Sansom intravenously.
Tobias White-Sansom Age
Tobias White-Sansom was 35 years old.
Tobias White-Sansom Cause of Death
The first dose was reportedly administered while he was lying on the ground in front of the Magaluf nightclub and the second while he was in an ambulance. The NHS describes fentanyl as a strong opioid pain reliever used to treat severe pain during or after surgery or serious injury.
White-Sansom’s brother, Maximillian White, told The Mirror: “Realistically, I think Toby died from the fentanyl he was injected with.” They took him out of the club while he was semi-conscious and handcuffed. They sat on him while he screamed that he couldn’t breathe and so they decided to give him an injection.
It was after that injection that he went into cardiac arrest. Then when the ambulance arrived and he was fine they gave him another injection and that led to cardiac arrest again. Can the police do that?
The family is unsure of the exact amount White Sansom was given. A single dose is 50 to 100 times more potent than morphine. Speaking to The Mirror, White-Sansom’s brother said he did not understand why police would inject him with fentanyl if they claimed he was aggressive.
He said he was also not sure why he would not have been given adrenaline in his place if he had passed out. ‘No matter how you look at it, what they did doesn’t seem right. They can say that Toby died days later in the hospital, but Toby died alone outside that nightclub in those streets, after he was injected the first time,’ he said.
Maximillian White said his brother never had a chance and now his children are growing up and have to learn to live without his father. Acting Senior Coroner Andrew Barkley, of the Staffordshire South Coroner’s Service, previously ruled that an inquest into White-Sansom’s death will be necessary.
The family says they are now waiting in the coroner’s office for a timeline to move forward with the investigation. At the time, a spokesman for the Foreign, Commonwealth, and Development Office said in a statement: “We are supporting the family of a British man who died in Mallorca and is in contact with local authorities.”
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