Mark Duggan, whose shooting by police sparked London’s riots, did not fire a shot at police officers before they killed him, the Independent Police Complaints Commission said on Tuesday. Releasing the initial findings of ballistics tests, the police watchdog said a CO19 firearms officer fired two bullets, and that a bullet that lodged in a police radio was “consistent with being fired from a police gun”.
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Family’s fight to expose authorities in sons mysterious death compiled from various sources published: 17 February 2009 Updates listed at the foot of this item German police refused to reopen their investigation into what they declared (from the very start) was a ‘suicide’ This is in spite of strong evidence […]
Carole Duggan doesn’t want us to meet at her house, because she’s sure it has been bugged. She thinks her mobile has also been tapped, so we don’t decide on an alternative venue over the phone.
The family of Mark Duggan say that as the first anniversary of his death approaches they have still received no information about why he was shot dead by police. After the fatal shooting on 4 August last year there were four days of rioting across England.
On 17th June 2012 people gathered at peaceful vigils to remember fathers that have died in police, prison, mental health and immigration detention. These peaceful vigils took place in Manchester, Birmingham, Central London, Brixton, Tottenham, Sheffield, Slough, High Wycombe and a number of other locations across the country.
Join us on 13th November 2014 for the screening the new film from Migrant Media, ‘BURN,’ to kick off our first season of films. By INJUSTICE filmmaker Ken Fero. When Mark Duggan was shot by the metropolitan police the scene was set for a confrontation but it was not the first time.
Police have shot a man dead in London after he threatened a woman with a knife in the first fatal shooting by the Met Police since Mark Duggan. Officers were called to the home in Shepperton Road, Islington, following reports of a man breaking in.
The Metropolitan Police will be piloting a scheme which will see armed officers wearing cameras on their person starting today (April 1). After recognising the shooting of Mark Duggan in 2011 led to a “significant reduction” of trust in the black community.