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Posted by: Mark Apr 19 2006, 09:19 PM
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'UK police to be cleared for fatal error'
Tuesday 18 April 2006, 3:15 Makka Time, 0:15 GMT
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None of the police officers who took part in last year's London Underground shooting of a Brazilian man, wrongly identified as a terrorist suspect, will face charges, a British newspaper says.

Quoting a top lawyer reviewing the case for the Crown Prosecution Service, The Sun tabloid said there appeared to be insufficient evidence of criminal offences in the killing of Jean Charles de Menezes on July 22 last year.

As a result, no charges will be made against the officers who shot the electrician or the senior figures in charge of the operation, the daily said.

Its source, identified as "an authoritative legal" figure, told the newspaper: "Mistakes were made but they do not amount to criminal misconduct.

Fatal error

"The firearms officers were acting under orders. Those in charge of surveillance believed he was a suspect.

"There is no realistic prospect that they will be prosecuted."

The Sun noted, however, that such an outcome may put more pressure on Sir Ian Blair, the Metropolitan Police chief, to take responsibility for the fatal error.

Blair has faced calls to resign from friends and relatives of De Menezes.

The Brazilian was killed on a train in Stockwell Underground station in London a day after a failed attempt to mimic the July 7 suicide bombings in the British capital which left 56 people dead.

The 27-year-old was shot by mistake under a controversial shoot-to-kill policy for suspected suicide bombers. Police shot him eight times.


http://english.aljazeera.net/NR/exeres/377FADC2-3DE4-4CC7-B8B4-4DBFCE8D045A.htm

Posted by: uggliozzi Apr 20 2006, 02:04 PM
The "following orders" defense did not work at Nuremberg but is alive and well in Britain.

The man was shot from less than two feet while he was face down and already subdued. The officers who killed him did so because they enjoyed it.

We can expect more like this as capitalism tightens its grip.

Posted by: Mark Apr 20 2006, 02:28 PM
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The officers who killed him did so because they enjoyed it.

I agree!

I have witnessed the evidence of law enforcement personnel on video as they inflict bodily harm upon their victims and they do seem to enjoy it immensely.

Remember the medievel torture chambers of Europe, the public executions and how the people loved it?

Today we have the beheadings in Iraq and many atrocities daily .... that species seems to enjoy inflicting pain on others and they enjoy watching it.

IMHO, currently what rules the USA and many other nations is that species. They are inhuman and they live among us.

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