Another routine day for British injustice
Posted by terres on February 13, 2009
As predicted, the Crown Prosecution Service will NOT prosecute any police officer over the cold-blood murder of of Jean Charles de Menezes.
“Stephen O’Doherty, the lawyer who led the CPS review, said: ‘I have now concluded that there is insufficient evidence that any offence was committed by any individual officers in relation to the tragic death of Mr de Menezes.'” BBC reported.
Mr de Menezes, 27, was shot dead assassination style by Britain’s secret police at Stockwell Tube station in south London in
Yasmin Khan, a lawyer and spokeswomanfor the Justice 4 Jean campaign described the CPS decision as “morally reprehensible and legally wrong.”
It’s hard to see how the Cowardly Lion could have possibly found sufficient evidence about the murder.
RIP Jean Charles de Menezes, you were born in the ‘wrong’ country!
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