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Agonisingly long waits for justice | @guardianletters

PUBLISHED December 5, 2013

Azelle Rodney died in July 2005 after being shot six times by a police officer known only as E7 and in July 2013 a judge-led inquiry found that he was unlawfully killed. Within days, an inquest recorded another verdict of unlawful killing on the death of Jimmy Mubenga at the hands of three G4S guards in October 2010 on board a plane at Heathrow. The Rodney and Mubenga families are still waiting, as are many more families, for the Crown Prosecution Service to make decisions on whether the men involved in their deaths will face prosecution.

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