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We the Undersigned, protest vehemently against the policy of the British Government in their 'Shoot to Kill' Strategy against suspected terrorists. In a country which bases itself upon the principle of "Innocent until Proven Guilty", it is essential to remove the legal powers that allow the Police to act as Judge and Executioner in the so-called 'War on Terror'. This evil policy has already been exposed through the murder of a brazillian national Jean Charles de Menezes on Friday 22nd July 2005, who was shot five times by over-eager security forces at point blank range, and who was subsequently found to be completely innocent.

This action is against all legal principles, and indeed the British Government were castigated for this during an inquest into the Gibraltar murders of IRA Volunteers by the European Court of Human Rights.

We demand, as concerned global citizens, the removal of laws that allow the Police in the United Kingdom to shoot and kill terrorist suspects or any other citizen.

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