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Justice for Jean Charles De Menezes vigil

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Over 100 people attended a vigil at Stockwell tube, south London, last Sunday to mark six months since the shooting by police of Brazilian Jean Charles De Menezes. Family members made moving speeches remembering Jean’s life. The Independent Police Complaints Commission have now finished their report into the anti-terrorist operation that saw Jean killed. They have passed their findings to the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS). Family members urged that the CPS should move rapidly to prosecute the police involved in the shooting.
Issue 1985
The vigil (Pic: Guy Smallman)
The vigil (Pic: Guy Smallman)

Over 100 people attended a vigil at Stockwell tube, south London, last Sunday to mark six months since the shooting by police of Brazilian Jean Charles De Menezes. Family members made moving speeches remembering Jean’s life. The Independent Police Complaints Commission have now finished their report into the anti-terrorist operation that saw Jean killed. They have passed their findings to the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS). Family members urged that the CPS should move rapidly to prosecute the police involved in the shooting.

 

 

 

 

 

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