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Gun Policy News


15 November 2005

Evening Standard (London)

Armed police could face criminal charges for ignoring orders to shoot dead suspected suicide bombers, it emerged yesterday. Scotland Yard says marksmen who hesitate when told to blast suspects in the head face possible charges of "failing to prevent a criminal attack". That means, in a repeat of the scenario when Jean Charles de Menezes was shot dead at Stockwell Tube station, officers would be legally obliged to pull the trigger if senior officers gave the order. In... (

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