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Man 'died after G4S restraint', inquest hears [UK]

Author: BBC News, Published on: 14 May 2013

A[n]...Angolan man died after being restrained by G4S security guards as he was being deported, an inquest has heard. Jimmy Mubenga became ill on a plane as it prepared to leave Heathrow Airport in October 2010. He died in hospital. Isleworth Crown Court heard he had been restrained by three G4S security guards...The Crown Prosecution Service...previously decided against action...The coroner told the jury the guards were later arrested "on suspicion of having committed criminal offences in relation to the death of Mr Mubenga" but no prosecutions were brought...The inquest is expected to last eight weeks.

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Related companies: G4S