Updated 10 November 2021: BBC – Asylum seeker inquest: Immigration officers may have had role in death
Immigration officers’ actions could have contributed to the death of an asylum seeker in Newport, an inquest jury has concluded.
Mustafa Dawood, 23, suffered head injuries when he fell from the roof of a car wash while being chased by officers.
[…] The inquest at Gwent Coroner’s Court heard immigration officers had arrived at Albany Trading Estate just after 10:00 GMT on 30 June 2018 following intelligence that foreign nationals were working there illegally.
They chased Mr Dawood, who ran onto the roof of a warehouse, believing he would be arrested.
The officer in charge, Matthew Day, said he called off the pursuit due to concern about Mr Dawood’s safety.
However other officers present that day said they did not remember receiving an order to stop.
While running away, Mr Dawood fell through plastic roofing into a locked room below, where he was eventually found with “severe and fatal” head wounds.
Read more: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-59179411
History repeated, “Death of Joy Gardner” (Wikipedia), a 40-year-old Jamaican mature student living in London, England, United Kingdom. Gardner died after being detained during a police immigration raid on her home in Crouch End, when she was restrained with handcuffs and leather straps and gagged with a 13-foot length of adhesive tape wrapped around her head. Unable to breathe, she collapsed and suffered brain damage due to asphyxia. She was placed on life support but died following a cardiac arrest four days later. In 1995, three of the police officers involved stood trial for Gardner’s manslaughter, but were acquitted.
Read more: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Death_of_Joy_Gardner