The mystery surrounding Peter Roebuck’s death

We’ve all heard no doubt by now about the strange suicide of popular cricket commentator, Peter Roebuck.

Particularly disturbing was that there was talk of a sexual assault claim.

And it could be a long time before the truth comes out.

“An inquest can take a long time, it can be anything from six months to two or three years, but what is critical here is to get the autopsy reports, or what we call the post-mortem report,” Naidoo said this morning.

“We will be looking at that first and that can take four to six weeks, sometimes up to eight weeks. When we get that report, we can determine officially what his cause of death was.”

Police were in the room when Roebuck jumped.

I’m just wondering, just what kind of sexual assault would compel a man to suicide? I sincerely hope it isn’t, you know…

    • Merilyn
    • November 15th, 2011

    There is not much more we can say, until we have all the details.

    • J.M. Heinrichs
    • November 15th, 2011

    They discovered his secret life as a baseball writer.


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