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'No action' for Menezes officers

BBC
Friday December 21, 2007

No Metropolitan Police officers will face disciplinary action over the death of Jean Charles de Menezes.

The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) earlier cleared 11 of the 15 officers involved in the case.

It has now ruled that the other four senior officers, including Deputy Assistant Commissioner Cressida Dick, will face no further action.

Mr de Menezes' cousin said the decision was "a scandal" and should have been delayed until after the inquest.

Vivian Figuierdo said: "It is entirely premature for the IPCC to do this before an inquest where vital evidence about the actions of these officers could come to light.

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"Sadly we have come to expect this from the IPCC - they have done nothing to hold the police to account for the killing of an innocent man."

'No personal culpability'

Ms Dick was the commanding officer on 22 July 2005 when Mr de Menezes was killed.

The three other senior officers were identified as Silver, Trojan 84 and Trojan 80.

Full article here.

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