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15 July 2015

2005: Jean Charles de Menezes shooting

On 22 July 2005 an innocent man was brutally shot to death by police at Stockwell tube station in south London. Ten years later and his family, and the Socialist Party, are still fighting for justice.

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19 June 2015

Campaigning for the victims of police brutality

A former police firearms officer is to be prosecuted for the murder of young black man Azelle Rodney in 2005

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31 July 2014

More police spying revelations

Following the admission earlier this year that the police Special Demonstration Squad spied on the family campaign of Stephen Lawrence, a new police report admits that police gathered intelligence on 18 more families who had justice campaigns

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18 May 2011

News in brief

Losing your home: More evidence that the government's austerity measures are pushing the economy back into recession comes from the latest house repossession figures...

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10 December 2008

Jean Charles de Menezes Coroner restricts inquest verdict

THE JURY in the inquest into the death of Brazilian migrant worker, Jean Charles de Menezes, in a horrifically botched police operation in July 2005 has now retired to consider its verdict...

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2 October 2008

Jean Charles de Menezes

ANOTHER INQUIRY is now underway into the killing of Brazilian electrician Jean Charles de Menezes in July 2005 in south London...

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28 May 2008

'Counter-terrorism' legislation threatens our democratic rights

Postal workers trampled on the anti-trade union laws

Postal workers trampled on the anti-trade union laws

Feature: The government's proposal to extend the period the police can hold suspects without charge to 42 days, will be presented to parliament in the next few weeks. ANNA LUCAS explains that, far from being a step in the right direction, these new laws, and other 'anti-crime' measures over recent years, amount to a major and unjustified attack on our democratic rights.

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8 November 2007

Jean Charles de Menezes: Unanswered questions after court case

AT LAST, the grieving family of Brazilian migrant worker, Jean Charles de Menezes, have received partial justice of a sort after the successful prosecution of the Metropolitan Police under health and safety laws... By Rob McDonald and Steve Nally

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9 August 2007

Jean Charles de Menezes: Security forces not held to account

AN INVESTIGATION by the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) into the fatal shooting of Brazilian migrant worker, Jean Charles de Menezes, in Stockwell tube station by police in July 2005 has concluded that the counter-terrorism chief Andy Hayman 'misled the public'... By Dave Carr

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10 August 2006

Police given licence to terrorise

NO POLICE officer will face charges for the shooting of Mohammed Abdul Kahar in an 'anti-terrorist' dawn raid at Kahar's home in Forest Gate, east London, on 2 June...

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20 July 2006

Police not to face charges

THE FAMILY of Jean Charles de Menezes, the young Brazilian electrician killed by police marksmen a year ago at Stockwell station in south London, were furious when they heard that no police officers would be prosecuted over the fatal shooting...

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16 March 2006

Jean Charles de Menezes: No more cover-ups!

METROPOLITAN POLICE chief Ian Blair still needs to answer questions on the police cover-up of the murder of Jean Charles de Menezes last July, writes Rob MacDonald.

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22 September 2005

Socialists fight for workers' unity

West Yorkshire: SINCE THE London bombings on 7 and 21 July, Socialist Party branches have been fighting for class unity, against the war and terrorism and against racism, sometimes in situations where a racist backlash could have developed...

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25 August 2005

No more police cover-ups

Jean Charles de Menezes: THE RECENT leaked report on the killing of Jean Charles de Menezes clearly shows what many local activists already suspected, that this was the murder of an innocent Brazilian man...

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28 July 2005

Jean Charles de Menezes: Angry marchers demand justice

AFTER THE killing of Jean Charles de Menezes on 22 July, Stop the War Coalition (STWC) called a peace vigil...

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