london - The head of the team investigating the big fire in Grenfell Tower in London does not want to include any survivors in that team. The retired judge Martin Moore-Bick said that Thursday. The fire in Grenfell Tower broke out on June 14 and cost about eighty people's lives.
The investigator stated that he understood that many survivors want a direct person in the team, but he insists that they can only provide information and evidence. According to Moore-Bick, his impartiality is compromised in the eyes of others to name a survivor. The former judge was chosen by British Prime Minister Theresa May to lead the team.
Outside the building where Moore-Bick spoke was protested. The demonstrators included banners with the text: Justice for Grenfell.