Met police chief willing to release Blair Peach report – The Guardian

Posted June 26th, 2009 in demonstrations, disclosure, news, police by sally

“The report on the controversial death of the anti-racist campaigner Blair Peach should finally be published more than 30 years after he died in a demonstration in west London. The commissioner of the Metropolitan police, Sir Paul Stephenson, agreed today that it should be made public after an unanimous call to do so by the Metropolitan Police Authority.”

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The Guardian, 25th June 2009