Preparing to formally end the inquest, Loraine-Smith said: "The simple but tragic truth in this case is that a gunman armed with a gun and grenades went to that hotel intending to kill as many tourists as he could."16 January An inquest into the 2015 Tunisia beach shooting, in which 30 British holidaymakers were killed, opened at the Royal Courts of Justice in London today.The hearings are expected to last at least six weeks, with live feeds transmitted to courts in Cardiff and Stirling to enable survivors and victims' families to watch the proceedings.On 26 June 2015, Seifeddine Rezgui, a gunman affiliated with Islamic State, opened fire on a busy beach next to the Hotel Imperial Marhaba in the popular Tunisian tourist town of Sousse.
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The coroner said the only foreseeable way in which the attack could have been stopped or curtailed sooner was if the hotel guards had been armed, but he acknowledged that this was "unrealistic" as it would be incompatible with Tunisian gun laws.
However, he condemned the response of Tunisian police as "at best shambolic and at worst cowardly".
The inquest heard that "with the exception of two marine guards, no police entered the hotel grounds until the gunman had killed all 38 tourists", the Daily Telegraph reports.
Loraine-Smith said that delay was "deliberate and unjustifiable".
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Judge Nicholas Loraine-Smith, using expert testimony and witness accounts, will seek to establish an exact timetable of how the attack unfolded and the circumstances of the deaths."The family of each British citizen who was killed has been allocated a day when specific evidence will be heard about how they died," Sky News reports.