Grenfell Tower Fireplace May Want To Bring About Company Manslaughter Fees

Story highlights Police confirmed there are “reasonable grounds” to pursue corporate manslaughter chargesAt least 80 people were killed in the disaster(CNN) Campaigners for the victims of the Grenfell Tower fire say individuals as well as local authorities should be held accountable for the disaster, after police confirmed there are “reasonable grounds” to pursue corporate manslaughter charges.
“”Our residents deserve answers about the Grenfell Tower fire and the police investigation will provide these.
At least 80 people were killed in the disaster on June 14 when a blaze engulfed a residential tower block in North Kensington, London.
On Thursday, London’s Metropolitan Police sent a letter addressed to those “directly affected by the fire” to update them on the progress of the investigation.
The letter, which has been seen by CNN, says police have “seized a huge amount of material” and after an “initial assessment” they believe there are “reasonable grounds” to suspect that the local council and the tenant management organization “may have committed the offense of corporate manslaughter.

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