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Jimmy Mubenga inquest: Jury retires to consider verdict

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image captionMr Mubenga was being escorted by staff from the private security firm G4S
A jury in the inquest of a man who died while he was being deported to Angola has retired to consider its verdict.
Jimmy Mubenga, 46, died after becoming ill as the aircraft prepared to leave Heathrow Airport in October 2010.
He had been restrained by three G4S security guards and was pronounced dead shortly after being taken to hospital.
He died from cardiorespiratory collapse. The Crown Prosecution Service has previously decided no action will be taken against the guards.

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