Colwyn Harding’s intestinal injuries due to hernia surgery complications, Health Minister tells MPs

-third operation planned

The intestinal injuries sustained by prisoner Colwyn Harding, who has accused a policeman of sodomising him with a baton, resulted after an operation for an incarcerated inguinal hernia, Minister of Health Dr Bheri Ramsaran told the National Assembly yesterday.

Harding, who remains hospitalised, underwent a surgery which saw the removal of several lengths of his bowels that were found to be gangrenous but the re-joining of his intestines later caused complications and septic conditions to his abdomen, resulting in a second surgery, Ramsaran re-vealed to the House,  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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