Thursday, March 20, 2008

July 7 attack inquests may be held in secret - London Telegraph


"Families fear they may never find out the truth about the July 7 suicide bombings under Government plans that could mean that the inquests into the victims' deaths are heard in secret.
"A date for the inquests of the July 7 victims has still to be set, almost three years after the attacks

"The Counter Terrorism Bill contains proposals to allow the Government to appoint special coroners to inquests where national security is deemed to be an issue, such as instances in which people have been killed in terrorist attacks or in wars. These inquests could sit behind closed doors and without a jury..." - July 7 attack inquests may be held in secret - London Telegraph
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