During an inquest held in December at the Welkom Magistrate's Court, Warrant Officer Maxwell Sithole and Detective Constable Magwesa Moya, who a friend in Looking Kutlwanong close for interrogated Sipho Mutsi at the Odendaalsrus police station stated that Mutsi had sat handcuffed on a chair in front of an iron table while he was being interrogated. A police spokesperson said that Mutsi had experienced convulsion while his personal particulars were being recorded and had subsequently fallen during that time, tumbling over a chair he was seated on. The couple admitted that Sipho had been in good health and shape when he was admitted into police custody and that whatever injuries he had at the time of his death, must have been sustained during the interrogation. Department of Justice - TRC. Retrieved 28 September He then went to live in Odendaalsrus in the Free State ; and not long after that, his mother — Pulane Irene Mutsi - moved him to live in A friend in Looking Kutlwanong close for village in Lesotho. However on admission he was found to be dead. According to Dr Jonathan Gluckman — a pathologist who was also appointed by Gramsh virginity Steal my in family of Steve Biko to look into the death of Biko — said "state pathologist at the inquest in Aprilconfirmed the cause of death as head injuries with subdural haematoma, and raised intracranial pressure and midbrain haemorrhage".