The IPCC (Independent Police Complaints Commission) has apologised to Mark Duggan’s family for “wrongly” telling the media he had fired at police before he was shot dead in 2011.
Via BBC News
The Independent Police Complaints Commission’s chair Dame Anne Owers met the family of Mr Duggan on Tuesday.
The IPCC said it would look into how “police responded to intelligence”.
It also promised to interview some “key witnesses” who had previously declined to speak and those whose accounts were “inconsistent with other evidence”.
Last week an inquest found Mr Duggan, 29, was lawfully killed by police in Tottenham, north London, in 2011. His death sparked riots in London that spread to other cities in England.
The IPCC also said:
- It would interview officers involved in the incident and expected them to co-operate, “including answering questions at interview, something they have so far refused to do”
- It wants to end the practice under which officers are allowed to confer before making statements about police shootings and deaths in custody
- In future cases of a death involving police contact the IPCC will take control of the scene “at the earliest possible stage”. Continue Reading…
Oh please! You are fooling no one IPCC.
I have never had any faith in those devils and never will.
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