london - The police investigating the fire in the London Grenfell Tower has said there are 'ready grounds' to think that there has been a so-called collective kill. That revealed the BBC on Thursday. Due to the fire sea in the tower area, on June 14, eighty people were killed.
The Kensington and Chelsea subdivisions and the housing management department have been told that they may have been falsely in control and supervision. The BBC reports this from a letter sent by the London police to the residents concerned.
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Only organizations can be accused of collective killing. At the moment no-one can be arrested.