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Driver Of The Cold Truck That Killed 39 Migrants Has Been Charged With Murder


lorry driver has been charged with killing 39 migrants who were found dead in a trailer in Essex.

Mo Robinson has also been charged with conspiracy to traffic people, according to Essex Police.

He will appear at Chelmsford Magistrates’ Court on Monday.

The
25-year-old was arrested shortly after the bodies were discovered early
on Wednesday morning in a refrigeration container on an industrial
estate in the Essex town of Grays.

The container had been shipped over to the UK from Belgium late on Tuesday.

Four other people have been arrested as part of what is one of the biggest investigations of its kind in UK history.

Belgium, police are hunting the driver who delivered the trailer to Zeebrugge, the port it left before arriving in the UK.

Essex
Police, who initially believed the victims were Chinese nationals, are
continuing to identify the victims, at least six of whom are thought to
be Vietnamese.

Detective Chief Inspector Martin Pasmore, from
Essex Police, said officers found “very, very few” papers among the
victims – who were all now at Broomfield Hospital in Chelmsford.

Investigating
officers will be examining post-mortem evidence and seeing whether
distinguishing features such as teeth, tattoos, marks or scars could
help with the identification process.

While emphasising that he
could not confirm the nationality of any victim, Mr Pasmore said
information had been flowing into the casualty bureau at Essex Police
from the Vietnamese community in the UK and abroad.

He explained
that while fingerprint data could be gathered from Vietnam, accessing
information from the UK Vietnamese community was a more “complex
scenario”.

Mr Pasmore said: “It may well be that there are people
watching this tonight that are thinking ‘I’m here in the UK and I’m
here illegally and I want to come forward, I want to obviously try and
identify my loved ones and be reunited’, but they are frightened to come
forward.”

He added: “If you come in to us we will do everything
we can to put our arm around you, take you through this process,
identify as quickly as possible to see whether or not we do indeed have
one of your loved ones involved in this tragic incident.”

In a
statement Essex Police said: “We have over 500 exhibits, including
mobile phones which have to be downloaded and the interrogation of
mobile phones will be important for identifying the victims but also
assisting the wider investigation – this needs to be done in forensic
way so it will pass the evidential process for court later.”

Source:- MirrorUK

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Last Updated: October 27, 2019

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