Ipswich murder accused killed himself - inquest

A MAN who was found dead in his prison cell after being arrested on suspicion of murdering his wife died from self-inflicted wounds, an inquest has heard.

A MAN who was found dead in his prison cell after being arrested on suspicion of murdering his wife died from self-inflicted wounds, an inquest has heard.

Polish national Mariusz Lipinsky, 38, of no fixed address, found dead in his cell at Norwich Prison at 1am on July 29, the hearing in Norwich was told.

Mr Lipinsky had been arrested on suspicion of murder after his wife Malgorzata, also 38, was found in a block of flats in Duke Street, Ipswich, earlier in the week.

Greater Norfolk coroner William Armstrong said that a preliminary post mortem examination by home office pathologist Nat Carey stated that he had died from multiple incised wounds which were self-inflicted.


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Mr Armstrong adjourned to a date to be fixed saying that the matter had to be thoroughly investigated before the inquest can be resumed with a jury.

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