"Jean had lived in Sao Paulo. It is a dangerous city and he knew the rules there if you run away when the police tell you to stop, then you are dead. He knows you don't run away and his English was perfect. There is no explanation for him ignoring a warning because there was no warning. He was murdered. The people who did this the police, the Government should hide their faces in shame." - Alex PereiraView Slideshow
The murder of a Brazilian citizen in London's Stockwell tube station has been blamed by the increasingly shrill Mayor, Ken Livingstone on the alleged 'terrorists' who carried out the bomb attacks.
But terrorists did not hunt down Jean Charles de Menezes and execute him. Police did. 'Gung Ho' maniacs with a licence to kill -issued by U.K. authorities who are guilty of no less than premeditated murder.
Because these are the same authorities playing out an unconvincing charade which pretends 'terrorists' are the cause of recent bomb blasts and alerts. A great lie covering the ruthless actions of black operations teams instructed to murder in support of continuing the imperial war.
Last Friday it was an innocent Brazilian. Tomorrow it could be you. You have to stop this.
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Police did not warn before firing -witnesses
A number of witnesses have cast doubt on police statements that they shouted a warning or identified themselves to the suspect before opening fire. Lee Ruston, 32, who was on the platform, said that he did not hear any of the three shout “police” or anything like it. Less than a minute later Mr Menezes was pinned to the floor of the carriage by two men while a third officer fired five shots into the base of his skull.