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G4S guards found not guilty of manslaughter of Jimmy Mubenga

G4S guards found not guilty of manslaughter of Jimmy Mubenga Terrence Hughes, Colin Kaler and Stuart Tribelnig cleared of killing Mubenga, who died as he was being deported from UK Jimmy Mubenga died on board a plane at Heathrow airport … Continue reading

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Three G4S guards CLEARED of killing Angolan deportee by restraining him on a plane with banned ‘carpet karaoke’ technique that blocked his breathing for 36 minutes

Three G4S guards CLEARED of killing Angolan deportee by restraining him on a plane with banned ‘carpet karaoke’ technique that blocked his breathing for 36 minutes  The guards were accused of restraining Jimmy Mubenga for 36 minutes Angolan father-of-five then … Continue reading

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The racist texts. What the Mubenga trial jury was not told

The racist texts. What the Mubenga trial jury was not told Clare Sambrook 17 December 2014 Jimmy Mubenga died under restraint by three G4S guards. Extreme racist texts found on two of the guards’ phones were withheld from the jury … Continue reading

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DynCorp Hammers Ecuadorians’ Surviving Chem-Spray Claims

DynCorp Hammers Ecuadorians’ Surviving Chem-Spray Claims By Khadijah M. Britton Law360, New York (December 16, 2014, 7:06 PM ET) — Dyncorp International Inc. on Monday targeted the remaining claims of 2,000 Ecuadorian workers allegedly harmed by the contractor’s spraying of … Continue reading

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G4S guard denies fatally restraining Jimmy Mubenga

G4S guard denies fatally restraining Jimmy Mubenga by Ken Olende Figure it out Stuart Tribelnig, the senior of three G4S guards, told a court that he did not force Jimmy Mubenga’s head down during the struggle after which he died. … Continue reading

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G4S deportee Jimmy Mubenga was ‘not forced down’, court hears

2 December 2014 Last updated at 10:55 ET G4S deportee Jimmy Mubenga was ‘not forced down’, court hears Jimmy Mubenga, a married father, suffered a heart attack and was pronounced dead in hospital in October 2010 Related Stories Deportee screamed … Continue reading

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Ronnie Jessiman: MP praises killed security guard

Ronnie Jessiman: MP praises killed security guard Ronnie Jessiman was married in August to his wife Natalie A private security contractor who was killed in Afghanistan was doing an “essential job”, an MP has said. Ronnie Jessiman, 33, was killed … Continue reading

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Suicide attack kills 5 in Afghan capital, including UK Embassy workers

Suicide attack kills 5 in Afghan capital, including UK Embassy workers By Brian Walker and Laura Smith-Spark, CNN November 27, 2014 — Updated 1353 GMT (2153 HKT) Briton killed in Afghanistan attack STORY HIGHLIGHTS NEW: Security firm G4S says Briton … Continue reading

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The Swansea Commando who refused to die – and has now helped raise £60,000 for charity

The Swansea Commando who refused to die – and has now helped raise £60,000 for charity By South Wales Evening Post  |  Posted: November 12, 2014 Gareth Evans with an American padre while recovering from a sniper wound in Iraq. … Continue reading

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Taliban attack contractor compound in Kabul amid increased violence

 Taliban attack contractor compound in Kabul amid increased violence Traffic flows in front of a bomb crater created by a Taliban suicide attack on the Green Village foreign contractor compound in Kabul, Afghanistan, Thursday, Nov. 20, 2014. Carlo Munoz/Stars and … Continue reading

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