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Submitted by Andrew Milner (Japan), Apr 30, 2010 at 21:56

According to Jack Straw, the then Home Secretary (Justice Minister), Jean Charles de Menezes was in Britain legally. The "police/SAS" through sheer bloody-minded incompetence, murdered an innocent man and then, aided by Authority, covered it up. "We can't have police officers going to jail. Why, the two-dimensional public might lose respect for the police." That's the kind of country you live in, Britisher pals. Hate it and leave it.

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