Jack Sisianta drowning: Mother says police could have saved her son

Jack Sisianta drowning: Mother says police could have saved her son; St Pancras Coroner's Court: EXT Tony Murphy (Susianta family's solicitor) press statement SOT - We sought help from professionals because we had never been in this situation before, we believe that Jack did not get the help he needed from East London Foundation NHS Trust or from the TSG officers by the River Lea. If he had received that help we believe that Jack would be alive today Various shots St Pancras Coroner's Court building


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Clip #:644569548HD
Date created:29 April, 2016
Licence type:Rights-ready
Release info:Not released. More information
Clip length:00:00:25:13
Location:United Kingdom
Mastered to:QuickTime 8-bit H.264 HD 1920x1080 25i More information
Originally shot on:1080 25i
Object name:t29041610_2277.mov
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