Hoilshee brialtys-baaish failleil 'feer vooar' jeant ec meoiryn-shee
Hooar bing-vaaish dy row "failleil feer vooar" liorish meoiryn-shee Vannin nane jeh ny reddyn varr fer va smooinit dy ve smuggleragh druggaghyn.
Va'n fer er ny ghoaill seose ec ny meoiryn-shee.
Steven Corkill, ass Poyll Roish, hooar eh baase ayns Thie-Lheihys Noble er yn çheyoo laa jeig Mean Souree nurree - v'eh feddynit dy row cocaine dy liooar syn 'uill echey eh y varroo.
Baase Vnr Corkill, va shiaght bleeaney as feed dy eash, v'eh grait dy ve "ny ghrogh-haghyrt, as va meerioose co-hoyrt da". Va shen grait ec Thie Quaiyllagh Ghoolish Jelune (yn wheigoo laa Mee ny Nollick).
Va Mnr Corkill goit seose kyndagh rish ourys dy row eh cur lesh stiagh druggaghyn Class A, ec Thie ny Troailtee Marrey ays Doolish - v'eh er ny ghoaill gys thie-lheihys, raad haink eh dy ve raghtal as va smaght currit er.
V'eh currit ayns thie-lheihys preevaadjagh - raad dooyrt meoiryn-shee dy row eh fo oaseirys daa offishear feiy yn laa as fud ny h-oie.
T'eh grait dy heeyn Mnr Corkill fo'n eadddagh lhiabbagh as ghow eh magh condom ass e chorp, condom va lane dy chocaine. Va shen ayns traa arrey thie-lheihys er yn wheiggoo laa jeig Mean Souree.
Eisht ghow eh ny druggaghyn, as, yn laa er-giyn, dooyrt skimmee-lhee dy row eh "goll sheese y liargagh dy tappee".
Myr shen, va sthap currit da'n chree echey, as hooar eh baase kyndagh rish pyshooney cocaine.
Ny h-offishearyn va goaiseyraghey Mnr Corkill, hooar y ving-vaaish dy lhisagh ad er nakin eh, as eh goaill ny druggaghyn. As cha ren ad shirrey-rooisht fondagh ec traa cooie.
Ren y toshiagh-jioarey John Needham caghlaa dy voyllaghyn. Jir sleih dy bee bree currit daue "tra vees y caa s'leaie ayn".
Inquest exposes 'gross' police failures
An inquest jury found "gross failures" by the Isle of Man Constabulary contributed to a suspected drug smuggler's death in custody.
Pulrose man Steven Corkill died at Nobles Hospital on June 16 last year - he was found to have a "lethal amount of cocaine" in his blood.
The 27-year-old's death was described as "an accident, contributed to by neglect" at Douglas Courthouse on Monday (December 5).
Mr Corkill was arrested on suspicion of importing Class A drugs at the Sea Terminal in Douglas - he was taken to hospital where he became violent and was restrained.
He was placed in a private hospital - where police said he was supervised around the clock by two officers.
It's said Mr Corkill reached under the covers and removed a condom full of cocaine from his body during a hospital watch on June 15.
He then ingested the drugs, and the following day, medical staff reported a "rapid deterioration" in his condition.
As a result, he suffered a cardiac arrest and died from cocaine toxicity.
The inquest jury found that officers supervising Mr Corkill should have seen him taking the drugs, and didn't conduct an adequate and timely strip-search.
Coroner John Needham made a series of recommendations - which people say will be acted upon "at the earliest opportunity".