Sussex Police shoot another man. No officer will be prosecuted.
Sussex police in Southern England have managed to shoot another civilian today.
No officer will be prosecuted for the manslaughter or murder of the man killed today, if previous patterns of police evading prosecutions is maintained.
Five years after Brazilian Jean Charles de Menezes, 27, was shot seven times in the head, we have seen nothing change. Will the deceased have been properly challenged? It does not matter. He is dead, the versions of events that may incriminate the police which might be given by any members of the public will be contradicted by the police who will have been allowed to compare notes in private first, and so the officers will be exonerated. And the Independent Police Complaints Commission will only see reports prepared and selected by the police.