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BECKINGHAM JURY STILL OUT

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The jury was still considering its verdict in the manslaughter case involving architect Gillian Beckingham (AJ 10.2.05) as the AJ went to press. The 46-year-old council architect is charged with responsibility for the deaths of seven people in Britain's worst outbreak of legionnaires' disease, in July and August 2002.

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