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‘Serious consideration’ to be given to holding inquiry into Sheku Bayoh death | UK news | The Guardian


‘Serious consideration’ to be given to holding inquiry into Sheku Bayoh death | UK news | The Guardian: The family of the 31-year-old trainee gas engineer and father of two spent over an hour discussing the case with Scotland’s first minister and the cabinet secretary for justice, Michael Matheson, on Tuesday. The family believe that post-mortem evidence suggests Bayoh died of positional asphyxia after being brought to the ground by four police officers.

They asked the Scottish government to consider the possibility of holding a public inquiry under the Inquiries Act 2005, for which there is already legal precedent in Scotland.

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