Shocking Video Last Breath of a Man in a TV Program Must Watch
Marvin Couson was 26 when he was shot in front of up to 300 people outside a London nightclub in 2002, caused a brain injury that made him. In a vegetative state. He spent the next 13 years in pain, suffering ‘according to his family before he died in August, a few months after his 40th birthday.
The Crime Watch program of the BBC on Monday broadcast phone Material taken from his sister Margaret at his bedside in the hospital just minutes before he died. She said the program: “I feel people that this man need to see is that innocent people – completely innocent – suffered in this way until he took his last breaths, because someone took a gun and shot him.”
Police were called in London Bar to lime or lime bar, in Curtain Road at 3:40 shots had been fired on 12 May 2002, according to reports. The bar is now the Queen of Hoxton Pub. Mr Coulson, a father of two children, of Dallington Road, West Norwood was, with a gunshot wound on the bottom of the chest found lying, police said.