Earlier, bus driver Yusuf Hasan al-Ramouni, 32, was found hanged inside his bus at the Har Hotzvim terminal near Jerusalem, and police said in a statement that there was “no suspicion of criminal activity” and his death appeared to be a suicide.
But the medical expert, speaking on the condition of anonymity, told Ma’an that al-Ramouni’s death did not appear to be a suicide.
After an autopsy it was found that the man’s first vertebra was not dislocated, which usually happens in the cases of suicide by hanging, the expert said.
He added that postmortem lividity, or livor mortis, was found on the buttocks of the body and not the…
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