The stakeholders in this case are the London Metropolitan Police, the general public, civilian Mr. De Menezes, the DSO, Commissioner Blair and official Andy Herman. What we come to know about the situation is that, there was a major error in the communication procedure by the police and the DSO. An innocent civilian was shot down without any definite proof, as a suicide bomber who was thought to be involved with the bombing attacks a few days ago. The stakeholders in this case like the London Metropolitan Police, were in search of other suspects who were in the planning of future attacks; any suspicious behavior would be a proof for them to encounter such suicide bombers. The general public was unaware of this secret planning going on by the police, as already panic stricken public were filled with fear by the on-going bombings. Even after De Menezes was shot by the police, the public was made aware of the twisted truth and how conveniently the police did not put out the actual truth of their great communication crisis, as it would further spoil the public relations. Mr De Menezes, a Brazilian electrician, lived in the same building where suicide bomber Osman lived, and according to the police his suspicious behavior and non-compliance with the police made him the target and the police killed him at the Stockwell tube station, where he was being suspected to set off a bomb. He was not even one of the four suspects whose photos were released earlier. The police took an irrational decision of shooting him without any definite proof and proper legal procedures.