Mark Holcroft Inquest moves to Glebe court

MEDIA ALERT: A coronial inquest into Mark Holcroft’s death in custody moves to the Glebe Coroner’s Court on Monday, 25 July.

The Inquest is expected to hear evidence about Mr Holcroft’s
medical condition and the treatment he received in prison after he complained of chest pains. 

Holcroft (pictured) was a low security inmate who died of a heart attack while travelling
in a NSW prison van between Bathurst Correctional Centre and Tumbarumba on 27
August 2009.

Public Interest Advocacy Centre (PIAC) is representing three members of Mr
Holcroft’s family at the Inquest.


Coronial Inquest into the death in custody of Mark Holcroft

Where Coroner’s Court, Glebe
When Monday 25 July 2011 at 10am

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Media contact:

Dominic O’Grady at the Public
Interest Advocacy Centre

T 0400 110 169

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