London Lite Tuesday, 15 September 2009 15 Promoter has heart attack after finding Olympic boxer hanged in flat Inbrief Brick Lane fest is flavourofmonth THE Brick Lane Curry Festival returns this month. Up to 60,000 visitors are expected on Sunday 27 September for the start of the two-week festival of Bangladeshi food and culture, with Brick Lane and Osborn Street closed to traffic. A cook-off next Wednesday will decide best Brick Lane curry chef. Top terror target dies in US raid AMERICAN special forces were today reported to have killed a top al Qaeda suspect in a raid by six helicopters on a Somalian village. Saleh Ali Saleh Nabhan, on the FBIs most wanted list, was linked to attacks on a hotel and an Israeli airliner in Kenya in 2002. Another man died and two more were held. Boys, 12, held for sex assault THREE boys -- two aged 12 and an 11-year-old -- have been arrested on suspicion of sexual assault in Hengrove Park, Bristol. It is understood the alleged victims are two boys of primary school age. The three juvenile suspects are on police bail pending further inquiries, officers said. H TOP boxing promoter Frank Maloney was today being treated for a sus- pected heart attack after finding his Olympic medal-winning protg hanged at home. Irish fighter Darren Sutherland, 27, was pronounced dead just after 3pm yesterday at his flat in Bromley. Police said his death was not being treated as suspicious. This morning Maloney, 55, was taken to the Princess Royal Univer- sity Hospital in Bromley, where he was being kept under observation. His spokesman said: Frank was in shock and taken for tests, which discovered he had had a heart attack. He is being kept in for observation but is sitting up in bed and being allowed to work on his laptop. Middleweight Sutherland, 27, turned pro and joined the Maloney camp after he won bronze for Ireland at last years Olympics in Beijing. Before going to hospital for treatment, Maloney said: Darrens death is very sad and unexpected. My thoughts are with his family, and I hope their privacy at this difficult time will be respected. It is a tragedy for Ireland and the boxing world. Britains Olympic middleweight champion James DeGale, who defeated Sutherland in Beijing, said: This is very, very sad news. It is a tragedy. My heart went to the floor when I heard. Darren was a brilliant fighter and he was a gentleman outside the ring as well. Sutherland made his profes- sional debut in Dublin last December. Under Maloneys guidance, and based in London, he was being fast-tracked to the top ranks of the pro circuit. Boxing insiders described him as intelligent, articulate and ambitious with a love of music and films. He declared his goal was to win a world super-middleweight title. The day he turned pro he said: I want to go all the way. Theres no point starting out if you dont believe you can win a world title. by MARK bLUNDEN ShOck aT deaTh Of PrOTG whO waS SeT fOr STardOm Leading light: Darren Sutherland, left, with his Olympic medal and Maloney index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html36.html37.html38.html39.html