MENEZES INQUEST CORONER "EMOTIONALLY CAUGHT SHORT".
"Caught short" the CORONER was, and he wasn't having any of that so among other things he reminded the JURY that a killer cop who'd given testimony had actually shed tears (>here<).
The interesting contrasting aspect here is that he had previously warned the JURY against getting overwrought because of the extremely obvious pain and injury felt by MENEZES' family - "members of the jury put that to one side it is emotionalism whereas it is not emotionalism but evidence that you are here to consider" .
Does rather seem like there is "emotionalism" that the police ought to be able to rely upon, and Menezes emotionalism of a very similar kind that the coroner doesn't recognise as being valid, and indeed is even to be warned against. Wot a non-surprise.