Corporate killing: the Gleision Colliery tragedy – Halsbury’s Law Exchange

Posted September 20th, 2011 in accidents, corporate manslaughter, miners, news by tracey

“It is important for bereaved families to know how and why their loved ones died. It is equally important that we hold corporate bodies to account for any failures which lead to unnecessary loss of life. The investigation into the deaths at Gleision Colliery is reported to be focussing on forensic testing at the scene. Meanwhile, vital proof of whether or not this was a corporate manslaughter, by systemic failure or not, will be sitting in the offices of the private owner and needs to be obtained and analysed.”

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Halsbury’s Law Exchange, 19th September 2011