The American sports reporter, Grant Wahl, who passed away in the cutter, where he was sent to cover the World Cup.
The 2022 World Cup brought with it many dramas and storms on and off the field, one of the most prominent of which was unrelated to what was happening on the field was the death of the American journalist Grant Wall at the age of only 48.
As you may remember, during the quarter-final between Argentina and the Netherlands, Wall collapsed in the press box and was taken to the hospital, where he was pronounced dead.
Wall's death raised many suspicions, his shocked brother published a video in which he claimed that Wall was murdered, but today (Wednesday) Wall's widow published the circumstances of the death.
According to her, the autopsy performed after the body was transferred to New York revealed that he suffered from an aneurysm in the aorta that led to his heart: "It is possible that the pressure he felt in his chest in the days before his death were initial symptoms of what was developing in his body. No resuscitation or market would have saved him."
The widow even added that his death is not related to Corona or the number of times he was vaccinated against the virus, and that there is nothing suspicious about his death.
Wall is considered a journalist who has frequently criticized the human rights issues that surround Qatar and an ardent supporter of the LGBT community. He even tried to enter the World Cup games with a shirt in the colors of Pride and was refused. His brother, who belongs to the LGBT community and claimed that he was murdered, retracted it a few days later claiming that This was proven by the fact that his words were said in the midst of a storm of emotions following the tragedy.
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