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Inquiry demands for 'betrayed and devastated' family

Legal battle continues in 'fight for justice' over death in custody case.

'Disappointed and disgusted': Sisters Kadijatu Johnson, right, and Adama Jalloh outside the Crown Office in Edinburgh. Photograph: Andrew Milligan/PA

'Disappointed and disgusted': Sisters Kadijatu Johnson, right, and Adama Jalloh outside the Crown Office in Edinburgh. Photograph: Andrew Milligan/PA

Date - 4th October 2018
By - Nick Hudson - Police Oracle
The family of a man who died in police custody more than three years ago has demanded “nothing less than a public inquiry” after Scotland’s chief prosecutor decided not to charge any police officers in the case. Sheku Bayoh, 31,...
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