The Crown Office, who can always be depended upon to lie through their teeth when caught out in an investigation, have offered up the poorest explanation of anomalies to the family of Annie Borjesson, who died at Prestwick in December 2005.
When the body of the young Swedish woman was returned to her family, Guje Borjesson questioned why her daughters hair had been hacked off, only to be now told it was the undertakers who did it, allegedly to present the body in better circumstances.
The death of Annie Borjesson, which has not yet received a Fatal Accident Inquiry, despite a complete lack of explanation for the death, raises many questions of why the Crown Office have been covering up what seem to be a catalogue of failures on their part, and of the Police investigation into the death, which has seen little or no accountability of events.
The family of Annie Borjesson await a proper inquiry & investigation into their daughters death and release of all the evidence in the case, along with CCTV footage, still under possession of the Crown.
The family's website for a campaign for an investigation into Annie's death can be found here : http://www.annierockstar.com
Read some more about the case from the Scotsman, here : I must know the truth behind my daughter's death
The Sunday Mail reports :
Oct 21 2007 By Marion Scott
Exclusive Mum Of Death Riddle Daughter Wanted To Buy Wig For Corpse
THE body of a Swedish woman who died in Scotland was sent home with her waist-length hair hacked off.
Annie Borjesson's mum is convinced her hair was chopped by her killer.
But the Crown Office have revealed it was cut by funeral staff who did not want the family to see it matted in mud and debris from the sea.
Police say Annie, 30, drowned herself at Prestwick beach.
But mum Guje, 54, who lives near Gothenburg with husband Karoly, said: "The funeral staff said they cut her hair but I don't believe they would have taken it like that. It was roughly hacked off.
"It looked so bad I even considered getting a wig because I knew she would not want to be left like that.
"My daughter had never cut her hair in her life."
The Crown Office said: "It was cut while preparing the body for transfer."
Pathologist Dr Alan J Cromie said: "The hair gets matted or dirty in drowning cases and funeral staff try to present the body as best they can for the family."
Musician Annie came to Edinburgh two years ago and worked at the city's Scottish Whisky Heritage Centre.
Her body was found on December 4, 2005. Her family didn't believe it was suicide and offered a £10,000 reward for information.
The Crown Office added: "There has been a full probe into the death. There is no evidence of a crime."