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In pictures: Menezes footage

Jean Charles de Menezes

An Old Bailey trial has been shown footage of Jean Charles de Menezes' final journey before he was shot by armed police after being wrongly suspected of being a suicide bomber.

Jean Charles de Menezes on a bus

The Brazilian, marked as "JC", left a bus and then got back on minutes later, just before being killed in Stockwell Tube station on 22 July 2005.

Jean Charles de Menezes approaching Stockwell Tube station

Mr de Menezes, 27, was followed by armed and surveillance police as he travelled to Stockwell Tube station, which he is about to enter here.

Jean Charles de Menezes walking through Stockwell Tube station

The Metropolitan Police force denies breaking health and safety laws when its officers shot Mr de Menezes.

Jean Charles de Menezes

Mr de Menezes was followed by several undercover officers, given code names in court. Here, "Ivor" is seen in the background.

Undercover officers jumping over barriers at Stockwell Tube station

Several of the officers burst through the station's ticket barriers in their pursuit of Mr de Menezes.

Jean Charles de Menezes on an escalator, followed by undercover officers

Mr de Menezes was pursued through the station by officers, marked here as "Ivor" and "Ken".

Police officer "Laurence" holding a gun in Stockwell Tube station

Police officer "Laurence" drew a gun in the tube station before heading down to the train platforms.

Commuters rushing up the stairs at Stockwell Tube station

Commuters ran from the platforms after being ordered to leave the area because of the shooting.




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