London’s Metropolitan police force has been found guilty of endangering the public over the shooting dead of a man officers mistook for a suicide bomber.The force broke health and safety laws when officers pursued Brazilian Jean Charles de Menezes to a Tube station and shot him seven times, a jury found.
It was fined £175,000 with £385,000 costs over the 22 July 2005 shooting.
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