Reggae Star Smiley Culture Stabs Self in Heart During Police Raid, Investigation Opens in UK

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Inquests are held in Britain to establish the facts about violent or unexplained deaths.

The inquest in Woking, south of London, is expected to last up to three weeks and will hear evidence from the police officers involved, who have been granted anonymity.

Culture — whose real name was David Emmanuel — gained fame with 1980s hits, including “Cockney Translation” and “Police Officer.”

At the time of his death he was facing trial on charges of conspiracy to supply hard drugs, which he denied.


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