Andrea Coelho (maidden) wrote,
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LONDON, July 24 - The British police on Sunday defended the killing of an innocent man on a subway train and a shoot-to-kill policy as Britain's political establishment rallied around the policies of Prime Minister Tony Blair in his antiterror campaign. (...) "It wasn't just a random event, and the most important thing to recognize is that it is still happening out there," Sir Ian said Sunday in an interview with Sky News TV. He added, "Somebody else could be shot."

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