A black woman died after spitting from a white man infected with coronavirus
Police investigating the death of a black woman who died of coronavirus have not been able to arrest a white man after a coronavirus-infected man spat.
Police spit on a black woman with a black virus and refused to arrest an infected white man.
Her family is demanding justice from the police.
Police detectives investigating the death of a black woman trainer who died of coronavirus after a coronavirus-infected passenger spat have not taken any action against the culprit.
A mother working as a metro ticket seller on the Thameslink train died of a coronavirus after being spit on by a white man at work.
Bailey, 47, of north London, died at Covid 1 from a passenger at the Vidoria station in Mujingka.
The British Traffic Police have said no further action will be taken after a “detailed investigation” into his death.
A statement said: “After reviewing all the information, senior detectives have concluded that there is no evidence to prove that there was any criminal offense, and that the tragic death of Bailey Mujingga was not the result of this incident.”
Senior detectives said they came to their conclusions after a thorough and thorough investigation, a review of CCTV and talks with key witnesses.
No further action will be taken against the 57-year-old London man who was interviewed in connection with the spitting incident, police confirmed.
A mother and an unidentified co-worker who came with her at the time were arrested and both went on contract under the Covid 1 contract.
In any case, the other woman recovered, and Bailey’s condition worsened as she fell ill.
He died three days after being placed on a ventilator in the intensive care unit.
The British Traffic Police (BTP) said in a statement today: “After a thorough and thorough investigation, the British Traffic Police (BTP) can confirm that no further action will be taken in connection with the incident at London’s Victoria Station in March.
“On May 11, BTP was informed that a 47-year-old woman, Bailey Muji, had been slapped on March 21 while working at a ticket hall with two colleagues.
“Sadly, he died at the hospital on April 5 and was tested positive for coronavirus.
“Detectives are conducting a thorough investigation to establish the full extent of what happened on March 21.
“This includes reviewing CCTV footage of the incident and talking to key witnesses.
“After reviewing all the information, senior detectives have concluded that there is no evidence to prove that there was any criminal offense, and that the tragic death of Belly Mujingga was not the result of this incident.
“As a result, this conversation will not be sent to the prosecution service.”
The statement added: “No further action will be taken against the 57-year-old from London for interviewing in this regard.
“Bailey’s family has been informed of the results of the investigation and expert officers will assist.”
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