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GRIEVING relatives of Jean Charles de Menezes hope public pressure will break the deadlock over a permanent memorial to the Brazilian, who was shot dead by police marksmen four years ago.
RELATIVES of Jean Charles de Menezes launched a campaign today to have a permanent memorial erected where he was shot dead by police.
THE driver of the Tube train on which Jean Charles de Menezes was shot has finally received compensation for suffering trauma after he was chased down an underground tunnel by police in the aftermath of the incident, it has emerged.
THE police watchdog came under fierce attack from campaigners for the family of Jean Charles de Menezes yesterday, after an officer who admitted tampering with evidence was cleared of any wrongdoing.
RELATIVES of Jean Charles de Menezes say they will pursue a compensation package worth tens of thousands of pounds from Scotland Yard.
THE scale of a behind-the-scenes row between London mayor Boris Johnson and the police chief he later forced out was revealed last night when letters between them were published.
JEAN Charles de Menezes was effectively a dead man as soon as he left his London home on the morning of 22 July, 2005, a jury ruled yesterday.
The family of Jean Charles de Menezes branded his inquest a "whitewash" today as a jury rejected police claims that the Brazilian was lawfully killed.
JURORS in the Jean Charles de Menezes inquest retired to consider their verdict yesterday after relatives of the Brazilian staged a courtroom protest.
JEAN Charles de Menezes was not unlawfully killed, a coroner told a jury yesterday.
POLITICIANS must give senior officers "breathing room" to run their forces, retiring Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir Ian Blair said as he stepped down today.
THE innocent Brazilian Jean Charles de Menezes was shot dead after pictures identifying the real terror suspect arrived too late, it was claimed yesterday.
A POLICE firearms chief admitted yesterday that "very little changed" after the shooting of Jean Charles de Menezes.
A TRAIN driver who fled into a tunnel as police shot dead Jean Charles de Menezes believed that firearms officers were terrorist "fanatics", an inquest heard yesterday.
A SURVEILLANCE officer who was tailing Jean Charles de Menezes yesterday said his team made no identification of the Brazilian as a terror suspect before he was shot by police marksmen.
A POLICE marksman yesterday relived the moment when he shot dead Jean Charles de Menezes, fearing he was a suicide bomber about to attempt to murder all those around him.
A DETECTIVE described a "shockwave" of gunfire yesterday as he recalled pinning down Jean Charles de Menezes after mistaking him for a suicide bomber.
TWO policemen involved in the operation in which Jean Charles de Menezes died gave contradictory statements at his inquest yesterday.