A report has been issued on the handling, by the Government and private contractors, of deportees from the UK following the death of Jimmy Mubenga in October 2010 whilst being restrained by G4S guards. The Guardian has reported that:
"Monaghan's report was sent to the family, the Home Office, G4S and the three guards who restrained him – Stuart Tribelnig, Terry Hughes and Colin Kaler. During the inquest it emerged that Hughes and Tribelnig had highly offensive racist jokes on their phones when they were seized by police"
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