7 July Inquest Begins

Rachel Holdsworth
By Rachel Holdsworth Last edited 90 months ago
7 July Inquest Begins

oaktree_111010.jpg Inquests into the deaths of the 52 people killed on 7th July 2005 starts at the Royal Courts of Justice today. Presided over by Lady Justice Hallett, and expected to last until March, the inquest will look in detail at how the emergency services responded and whether MI5 could have prevented the attacks. Earlier criminal investigations are why this is happening so long after the bombings and, because it is a coroner's inquest, those injured cannot be represented. There are also still calls for a full public inquiry into the events of that day. (Photo / Matt From London)

Last Updated 11 October 2010