Calls for law change to allow phone tap evidence in Duggan inquest – The Guardian

Posted March 30th, 2012 in evidence, inquests, interception, investigatory powers, news, police by tracey

“Evidence from a police phone tap in the runup to the operation against Mark Duggan that led to his fatal shooting is at the centre of the growing dispute over his inquest. Senior Metropolitan police officers have supported calls for changes to the law to allow the Independent Police Complaints Commission to reveal sensitive surveillance information unearthed during its investigation into Duggan’s death at a public inquest.”

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The Guardian, 29th March 2012