Marios Lambis concludes Inquest into detention centre death
Marios Lambis appeared for one of the General Practitioner’s at a five week jury inquest investigating the detention of Prince Fosu, who died at Harmondsworth Removal Centre on 30 October 2012.
Although the Crown Prosecution Service initially considered charges should be instigated against a number of the organisations involved in the running of the detention centre and its health service, these charges were dropped in late 2018.
The inquest in West London which has just concluded, involved a number of interested parties including Northamptonshire Police, the Home Office, GEO, Nestor Primecare and the Independent Monitoring Board.
Marios was instructed by Sara Foster of the MDDUS to represent one of the GPs.
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