They arrest a man suspected of involuntary manslaughter for the death of Emiliano Sala

A 64-year-old man, originally from North Yorkshire (north of England), was arrested on Wednesday for involuntary manslaughter in the case of the death of footballer Emilian


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A 64-year-old man, originally from North Yorkshire (north of England), was arrested on Wednesday for involuntary manslaughter in the case of the death of footballer Emiliano Sala, as reported by the British police.

The suspect has been released after his arrest and cooperates with the investigators, the Dorset police (south of England) said in a statement, refusing to give more information about that person's identity.

The 28-year-old Argentine player died on January 21 in a plane crash in the English Channel , a few days after being transferred by French Nantes to Welsh Cardiff .

The body of Emiliano Sala had been located on board the device and was recovered on February 7, while the pilot David Ibbotson, of 59 years, was not found.

In February, the British Bureau of Air Accident Investigation (AAIB) had established that the plane carrying Emiliano Sala was not authorized to make commercial flights.

According to information from the BBC, the pilot of the plane was not able to fly at night because he was color blind and his license did not have the "qualification for night flight".

Asked by AFP, the British Civil Aviation Authority (CAA ) did not confirm this investigation, stating only that "the AAIB investigation was ongoing."

Two people suspected of having spread on social networks a photo taken in the corpse store of the body of Argentine footballer Emiliano Sala must also appear on July 10 before the court of Swindon .

On the other hand, Sherry Bray , 48, is accused of computer crime for having obstructed the course of justice and for sending an indecent or offensive message and Christopher Ashford , 62, is accused of computer crime.

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