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PC widow's anger as coroner rules Westminster attack death preventable

Counter-terrorism chief Neil Basu apologised on behalf of Scotland Yard.

John Frade, the husband of Westminster terror attack victim Aysha Frade, speaks to the media outside the Old Bailey, London, following the conclusion of the inquests into the victims' deaths (PA)

John Frade, the husband of Westminster terror attack victim Aysha Frade, speaks to the media outside the Old Bailey, London, following the conclusion of the inquests into the victims' deaths (PA)

Date - 4th October 2018
By - Police Oracle
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The widow of murdered PC Keith Palmer has said he was left to die "with no protection" after a coroner found his death could have been prevented. Michelle Palmer said her husband was left "alone, unarmed, guarding an open gate"...
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