7:30pm Saturday, May 19 on Prime
When pathologist Bob Ruxton is suspended on the grounds of negligence, UCOS are forced to reopen one of his cases. Dr Bernard Fletcher, a senior palaeontologist specialising in fossil birds at the Natural History Museum was found dead following a corporate event in the Central Hall. The original autopsy stated his death was the result of a fall, but a new examination of the post mortem suggests he sustained a single blow to the head. According to his colleague Madeleine Simmonds, Dr Fletcher was a respected, but outspoken scientist with a knack for rubbing people up the wrong way. Passionate about the planet, his views were often at odds with those of the museum, particularly their courting of sponsorship from companies such as Mondial Fuel, hosts of the corporate dinner held on the night of Fletcher’s death.