The decision not to prosecute UK police over the 2005 shooting of Jean Charles de Menezes has been backed by the European Court of Human Rights.
The Brazilian electrician was killed at Stockwell Tube station by police who mistook him for a terror suspect.
UK authorities thoroughly investigated, and concluded there was not enough evidence to prosecute any one officer over the shooting, the court ruled.
Their decision did not breach human rights laws, judges said.
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