Speedboat crash victim's family push home secretary for action

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Man convicted of killing Charlotte Brown on river Thames remains on the run The family of Charlotte Brown, who died after a speedboat crash, will demand to know what is being doneto catch her fugitive killer in a meeting with the home secretary, Sajid Javid. Jack Shepherd, 31, is still on the run after he was sentenced to six years imprisonment for manslaughter by gross negligence in his absence
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