Girlington stab death inquest opened

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An inquest into the death of a man who was found with stab wounds at his home on Easter Sunday has opened and adjourned in Bradford.

Assistant Bradford Coroner Oliver Longstaff heard unemployed labourer Czeslaw Zawadzki, 59, was pronounced dead by paramedics.

They were called to his home in Washington Street, Girlington, on April 20 declaring him lifeless at 12.40pm.

A forensic post mortem was carried out as part of police investigations.

Miroslawa Dawidowicz, of the same address, was charged with his murder and has since appeared at court.

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