The Crown Prosecution Service, concluding its investigation into the murder of Jean-Charles de Menezes at Stockwell Tube Station in London last year, is bringing its fiery sword down on the heads of the Metropolitan Police who killed him by charging them with "failure to provide for the health, safety and welfare" of Jean-Charles. It's not murder; it's not even manslaughter. It's a health and safety thing. Well, yes, you are certainly failing to provide for someone's health and safety when you shoot them seven times in the head at point blank range.
No wonder Tony Blair is the only person left in the world who believes in British justice.