Justice Spokesperson for the Lib Dems, Mr McArther, has written in an open letter to the Lord Advocate highlighting concerns published on the fatal accident enquiry in to the death of HMP Prisoner, Allan Marshall. His death was in 2015 as a result of a heart attack. However, evidence heard during the enquiry was that prison guards had restrained Mr Marshall violently and no criminal prosecution has been brought as a result. The FAI has made recommendations which included proper training for prison officers. Mr McArther has also raised concerns about the amount of time this has taken. In his letter, Mr McArthur said: “The details revealed in this determination are harrowing. There have clearly been serious failures in both the incident that led to Mr Marshall’s death, and the subsequent response…the facts appear to indicate the presence of criminal behaviour. However, there do not appear to have been any resulting criminal repercussions. I would be grateful if you could confirm the steps that were taken towards criminal prosecution, and what the outcome was. If, as it appears, there was no criminal prosecution, please detail why this was so.” It is yet to be seen what further steps will be taken.