An inquest held in Britain has heard that Maxwell Bates-Spiers, an imminent political activist who firmly believed in a Western-dominated secret government that sought to control the world, had died three years ago in Poland after taking drugs.
It was said during the inquest on Monday in Sandwich, Kent, in southern England, that Bates-Spiers, known as Max Spiers, overdosed after taking 10 tablets of a Turkish equivalent of the drug Xanax.
A statement from prosecutors in Poland was read to the inquest, saying the conspiracy theorist died in the country while he was at a friend’s home in Warsaw.
The statement comes despite claims by Spiers’ family that the 39-year-old had informed them about dangers to his life while he was in Poland to attend a conference.
His mother told the Guardian newspaper on Sunday that circumstances surrounding his son’s death in 16 July 2016 were suspicious. Vanessa Bates, from Canterbury, said Max messaged her…