Police cleared of misconduct over [Habib Ullah] death

Habib Ullah_edited
Habib Ullah

source: The Guardian
published: 15 June 2015

Five police officers who changed their accounts of a stop and search carried out on a man who later died have been cleared of misconduct by a disciplinary panel.

Thames Valley officers DS Jason Liles, DC Richard Bazeley and PCs Kate Granger, Chris Pomery and Howard Wynne admitted deleting aspects of their initial statements, including references to use of force, from accounts subsequently provided to the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) of their encounter with Habib “Paps” Ullah, a 39-year-old father of three.

Ullah, from Slough, Berkshire, was declared dead at Wycombe General hospital on the evening of 3 July 2008, around 90 minutes after the car in which he was travelling was stopped by officers in High Wycombe.

He was struck on the back by Liles during the incident, but there was no suggestion that this caused Ullah’s death and the officer said he slapped him to stop him swallowing class A drugs.

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