His Business Starts To Fail After He Suffers A Stroke And Is Put In A Coma. Now, He’s Sentenced To Years In Prison.

His Business Starts To Fail After He Suffers A Stroke And Is Put In A Coma. Now, He’s Sentenced To Years In Prison.

A man who suffered a stroke and was put in a coma was facing years in prison after his business tanked while he was in the hospital. Read on for more details!

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Malcolm Munroe suffered a stroke while he was in Dubai three years ago. While he was admitted into a hospital, his business in England was experiencing a deterioration to the point that it was about to go bankrupt.

Now, Munroe is currently facing a stint of three years in prison because of improper care of his business, the Manchester Evening News reports.

Munroe couldn’t head home back to his wife and sons. Stuck thousands of miles from them, his family had no idea on what to do with his business.

According to his family, there’s no way Munroe could serve the sentence he was given. The only part of his body that he has a sufficient control with is his head. He’s also being fed through a tube and had to be connected to an oxygen tank for the rest of his life.

Munroe, who’s a father of three children, hails from Chorlton and hadn’t had the chance to see his family for two years. However, family told Manchester Evening News that anyone who’s connected to his company can risk conviction or arrest if they decide to go to Dubai.

Diane Kirkwood, Munroe’s sister, pleaded to the members of the Parliament, the Foreign Office, and the UK Embassy in Dubai to help on bringing his brother back.

Kirkwood said, “It is heartbreaking for his wife, sons and us. We cannot go to visit him, we have to wait until somebody he knew in Dubai goes to see him then lets us know how he is and one person sends a photograph of him each week just lying in hospital.”

She continued, “He turned 70 last November and we wonder how much longer he can survive. His sons would dearly love to see their dad.”

Munroe migrated to Dubai in the 1980s to look for work. He was able to create his own construction company and provide jobs to hundreds of people.

Munroe met and married his wife, Olga, and have two sons together: 16-year-old Alexander and 14-year-old Paul.

Kirkwood told Manchester Evening News, “Anybody connected with the company will be asked to pay the debts owed when they enter the country. We wanted to visit for his 70th birthday but we were worried we would be stopped. We are worried we wouldn’t get any further than the airport.”

She continued, “The last time we saw him was October 2013 when he came to us here and said how peaceful it was. We tried to persuade him to stay for Christmas but said ‘I have to go back for the men’. He could be flown back here but the decision has to come from Dubai - they have to release him.”

Munroe had been in an induced coma and continued to suffer from bleeding in the brain. He almost died twice. Now, he remains unconscious and has extremely limited movement.

Munroe’s family hopes that their beloved father will be allowed to come back and be treated in England.

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