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Pak scribes in Woolmer CCTV footage

Source: PTI
April 30, 2007 23:49 IST
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The "last" CCTV footage of Bob Woolmer aired by BBC on Monday night shows him with two Pakistani journalists one of whom said the video was of March 16, two days before the coach of the Pakistani cricket team was found dead in his hotel room in Jamaica.

The two persons shown in the BBC footage with Woolmer in the hotel in Kingston are journalists Majid Bhatti, senior cricket correspondent of the Jung group of newspapers, and Ehsan Qureshi of state-owned news agency APP.

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Bhatti told PTI that "I started getting calls from everywhere and I was surprised to learn about the footage. But it was from March 16, one day before the match against Ireland and we were speaking to Woolmer as we returned from a party for the Irish team."

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