British conspiracy theorist who died suddenly and his laptop was swept by the authorities & # 039;

Max Spiers (pictured) vomited two liters of black blood before suddenly dying

Max Spiers (pictured) vomited two liters of black blood before suddenly dying

Max Spiers (pictured) vomited two liters of black blood before suddenly dying

The laptop and cell phone of a conspiracy theorist will be analyzed in an investigation into his death after the UFO expert vomited two liters of black liquid and died at age 39.

Max Spiers' laptop was deleted when authorities returned it after his death more than two years ago during a trip to Poland to attend a conference.

Today a pre-research review at Guildhall in Sandwich, Kent, heard how the content of your SIM card was also of particular interest.

Before dying, Mr Spiers sent a message to his mother, Vanessa Bates, saying: "Your son is in trouble, if something happens to me, investigate."

An initial investigation was opened in December 2016 when the court heard that it vomited two liters of black blood, but the investigation was suspended last year.

The father of two allegedly made many "enemies" in their investigations. Your investigation will now be conducted for four days beginning January 7, 2019.

The authorities in Poland, where Mr. Spiers was attending a conference, initially concluded that the sudden death was due to natural causes.

In today's pre-screening review at the Guildhall in Sandwich, Kent, the court heard the lawyer of Max's mother, Adam Taylor, call for members of the Polish emergency services to appear as witnesses in the investigation .

Vanessa Bates (pictured) received a message from her son claiming to be "in trouble" before dying in Poland

Vanessa Bates (pictured) received a message from her son claiming to be "in trouble" before dying in Poland

Vanessa Bates (pictured) received a message from her son claiming to be "in trouble" before dying in Poland

Sections of a 700-page file of statements and evidence gathered will be translated from Polish for next year's research.

Possible evidence on whether disciplinary proceedings were brought against police officers in Poland for the death of Spiers should also be heard in the investigation, according to the court.

Mr. Taylor said that Mr. Spiers' computer was cleaned, but that it was not empty at the time of his death.

Mr. Spiers (pictured) was in Poland for a conference when he died suddenly and a friend found his body

Mr. Spiers (pictured) was in Poland for a conference when he died suddenly and a friend found his body

Mr. Spiers was in Poland for this conference when he died suddenly and a friend found his body

Mr. Spiers was in Poland for this conference when he died suddenly and a friend found his body

Mr. Spiers (in the photo, left) was in Poland for a conference (right) when he died suddenly and a friend found his body

He confirmed that the analysis of a laptop and a mobile phone that belonged to him should also be presented in the investigation.

"The way they were returned and what was done to them is clearly one of the great mysteries," he said. & # 39; The family has no knowledge of what the results of that analysis were.

"The problem is the SIM card and what was in it." Without seeing the report, the family has no answer to these questions.

There was also a "number of discrepancies" in the accounts of emergency services about Max's death, according to the court.

Monika Duvall, a friend with whom Mr. Bates had reportedly been living, was also asked to attend the investigation.

Speaking later, Vanessa expressed concern about being able to bring Polish witnesses to the investigation.

The Polish authorities concluded that Mr. Spiers (pictured) died of natural causes, but a hospital in the United Kingdom could not find the cause of death

The Polish authorities concluded that Mr. Spiers (pictured) died of natural causes, but a hospital in the United Kingdom could not find the cause of death

The Polish authorities concluded that Mr. Spiers (pictured) died of natural causes, but a hospital in the United Kingdom could not find the cause of death

"Today I felt very positive, it's only been two years, I did not expect him to go to Poland and not come back.

"We have hundreds of pages on which we are working, all in Polish, it has been difficult, but little by little we have been making our way in. Certainly there was some mention of that from the Polish side.

We still have material that is not translated and I think that when we get to the investigation we will know more about whether the police procedures were followed or not. He should be here. I was very fit and healthy when I said goodbye to him.

"All we have in terms of health records before he went was that he was in great health." This was a huge blow, I miss him terribly.

After Mr Spiers' body was repatriated to the United Kingdom, doctors at a Margate hospital could not determine the cause of his death.

The Kent police launched a joint investigation with the Polish police on the death of the conspiracy theorist.

At an opening of the Canterbury investigation in December 2016, the court learned that the 39-year-old man had been visiting Poland to speak at a conference after spending a vacation with a friend in Cyprus.

Shortly before his death, it is said that Mr. Spiers had been investigating the lives of well-known figures in politics, business and entertainment. At that time, his mother, Vanessa, said he feared the worst.

"I think Max had been digging in some dark places and someone wanted him dead."

She hopes that the investigation sheds light on the mysterious death.

"It has taken a long time to arrive, but I am relieved that something is finally happening and there is adequate research and investigation," he added.

His theory was shared by many online, with other conspiracy theorists, UFO investigators and bloggers who called the circumstances of Spiers' death suspicious.

At that time, the coroner Alan Blunsdon told the court he was still waiting for a report from the Polish authorities, adding that the workload of the Kent police could delay the forensic analysis of Mr Spiers' phone and computer.

The coroner Christopher Sutton Mattocks set the January 7 date for the four-day investigation, which will be heard at the Archbishop's Palace in Maidstone.

He said: "It's extremely important that when we start everyone is fully prepared for this and we have all the information available."

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