Black woman dies getting spit on by coronavirus infected white man
Police investigating death of black woman who died of coronavirus after being spit on by a coronavirus infected man are not arresting the white man .
Police refused to arrest white man who spit on and infected a black woman with coronavirus.
She died from COVID-19 , her family is demanding justice from the police.
Police Detectives investigating the death of a black woman railway worker who died of coronavirus after being spit by a coronavirus infected passenger are taking no further action against the criminal.
A single mother who worked as a subway ticket seller at the Thameslink rail died from coronavirus after getting spit on by a white man at work.
Belly Mujinga, 47, from North London, died from Covid-19 after a passenger spit on her at Victoria Station.
British Transport Police have now said no further action will be taken in relation to her death following “extensive inquiries”.
A statement said: “Following a review of all the information, senior detectives have concluded that there is no evidence to substantiate any criminal offences having taken place, and that the tragic death of Belly Mujinga was not a consequence of this incident.”
Senior detectives said they made their conclusions after a full and thorough investigation, after reviewing CCTV and speaking to key witnesses.
No further action will be taken against a 57-year-old man from London who was interviewed in connection with the spitting incident, police confirmed.
The mother-of-one and an unnamed colleague who was with her at the time were spat , and both went on to contract Covid-19.
Although the other woman recovered, Belly’s condition deteriorated after she started to feel ill.
She died just three days after being admitted to an intensive care ward and put on a ventilator.
A statement from the British Transport Police released today says: “British Transport Police (BTP) can confirm that no further action will be taken in relation to an incident at London Victoria station in March, following a full and thorough investigation.
“On 11 May, it was reported to BTP that a 47-year-old lady, Belly Mujinga, had been spat and coughed at while working in the ticket hall with two colleagues on 21 March.
“Very sadly, she died on 5 April in hospital, having tested positive for Coronavirus.
“Detectives have conducted extensive enquiries to establish the full circumstances of what happened on 21 March.
“This has involved reviewing CCTV footage of the incident and speaking to key witnesses.
“Following a review of all the information, senior detectives have concluded that there is no evidence to substantiate any criminal offences having taken place, and that the tragic death of Belly Mujinga was not a consequence of this incident.
“As a result, the matter will not be referred to the Crown Prosecution Service.”
The statement continued: “No further action will be taken against a 57-year-old man from London who was interviewed in connection with this matter.
“Belly’s family have been informed about the result of the investigation and will continue to be supported by specialist officers.”
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