Bowler, who has cerebral palsy which affects his co-ordination and movement, wept loudly as prosecutor Ian Hope opened the case and had to be asked by Judge Adele Williams to keep the noise down. They also face an alternative charge of manslaughter by gross negligence which they both deny. Accessibility links Skip to article Skip to navigation. A post-mortem examination on Mr Williams' body confirmed that he had died suddenly following body wrapping while under the influence of ketamine and methamphetamine. A laptop found in Mr Williams' car showed he had an interest in bondage and mummification, the court heard. Campaign calls for police bail to be capped at 28 days.
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