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Jean Charles de Menezes


Jean Charles de Menezes: shoot to kill in Stockwell

Jean Charles de Menezes: shoot to kill in Stockwell It took 30 seconds for the police to kill Jean Charles de Menezes. The cover-up took a little longer. At 10.06am on 22 July 2005 Jean Charles sat down on a tube train in Stockwell, south London.

De Menezes family’s paltry payout

The family of Jean Charles de Menezes, the man killed by police in 2005, look set to receive just £100,000 compensation.

Jean Charles de Menezes memorial

Jean Charles de Menezes memorial Relatives, friends and campaigners for justice for Jean Charles de Menezes are calling for a permanent memorial to be placed outside the south London Tube station where he was killed by police in July 2005.

Jean Charles de Menezes jury reject police case as family say coroner failed

Key parts of the police account of the killing of Jean Charles de Menezes are untrue according to the jury at the inquest into his death.

Jean Charles de Menezes: Shot, then slandered and still no justice

On 22 July 2005, Jean Charles de Menezes was shot seven times in the head and once in the shoulder with hollow tip bullets by police who had followed him on to a tube train at Stockwell, south London.

Witnesses say police shot Jean Charles de Menezes without warning him

04 November 2008
Police officers who shot and killed Jean Charles de Menezes at Stockwell tube station in July 2005 say they shouted a warning.

Jean Charles de Menezes inquest: Military surveillance officer cross examined

21 October 2008
Evidence at the inquest into the killing of Jean Charles de Menezes by the Metropolitan Police continues.

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