An inquest is starting today at Isleworth Crown Court to examine why a 46 year-old man died while he was being deported on an aircraft at Heathrow Airport. Jimmy Mubenga was being sent back to Angola but he died after being restrained by guards from the private firm G4S.
He was a father with five children. His wife Adrienne is amongst the people giving evidence today.
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