http://www.zshare.net/download/78954509e8a122cb/Transcript interview: 29
June 2010...you have been examined by the medical staff here al right the time now is ten past twelve on theafternoon of Tuesday 29th
June 2010 this is...Elavi: i've got a pain in my chestDC Benn: yes but you have been examined by better people than me, more educated people than meyou went to the hospital yesterday and they said you are fit to be detained. You have been assessedunder the mental health act and they say you are fit to be detained. I'm just going to ask you somequestions about what happened at the hospital yesterday (Elavi: Yeh) do you understand that?Elavi: yehDC Benn: Alright then, I'm DC Ben I'm joined by my colleague DC McNichalous. You have beenarrested for an offence of a public order offence under section four of the public order act and thathappened yesterday afternoon at the royal Preston hospital in the accident and emergency unit there.Elavi: is that where I was?DC Benn: yeah that's where you were. You was with police officers and quite a few medical staff there at the hospital because then you said you had this pain, you got taken up to the hospital andyou have been examined and said fit to be detained by us at the police station.Elavi: So it was you here that decided I was fit to be detained?DC Benn: No the medical staff I wouldn't certainly say I wasElavi: Not when Dr. Durum...is it durum? Dr durum? Durum?DC Benn: yesElavi: The Dr. that discharged me, can I make sure that I am pronouncing his name correctly.DC Benn: It is Durum I am sure you are quite correct. Anyway that's why you've been arrested.Before we go any further I must caution you.Elavi: Can I say?Stephen: You do not have to say anything but it may harm your defenceElavi: Durham right?DC Benn: Durham would say he's right yes that you are fit to be detained?Elavi: No is it, is it, Dr. Durum who discharged me?DC Benn: I don't know which Dr. it was. Its the public order offence we're interviewing youregarding. Alright, so you do not have to say anything but it may harm your defence if you do notmention when questioned something you later rely on in court anything you say may be given inevidence. Now that is a mouthful do you understand what the nature of the caution means?Do you understand what the caution means?