I want answers over prison death

FURIOUS Suffolk grandmother Margaret Tribble is today demanding answers from the prison service after her partner died in custody.More than three months after Anthony Everett's death her family knows nothing more about events surrounding it.

By Paul Geater

FURIOUS Suffolk grandmother Margaret Tribble is today demanding answers from the prison service after her partner died in custody.

More than three months after Anthony Everett's death her family knows nothing more about events surrounding it.

Mr Everett was serving a 21-month sentence in Norwich Prison when he died in February.


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It is believed he had a heart attack after suffering a thrombosis, but the prison service has yet to give any details.

"He was a very fit man. He was 42, 6ft 3in and as strong as an ox," said Mrs Tribble. "He was taking some medication because of a neck injury but when he went into prison last March his prescription was changed."

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