A Kiwi man was found hanging upside down in a drum of water at a Samoan prison after suffering a mental health episode during a cyclone. His family are desperate to know what really happened six years ago and now want the coroner presiding over the inquest to recuse himself. Sam Hurley reports.

The family of a mentally ill Kiwi man who died in suspicious circumstances in a Samoan prison has requested the coroner overseeing his inquest recuse himself.

They have also raised concerns about a suppression order

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