Anthony Grainger inquiry: Police not immune from prosecution

Anthony Grainger inquiry: Police not immune from prosecution
 

Police officers who give evidence to an inquiry into the death of an unarmed man will not be immune from criminal prosecution, the Attorney General says.
Anthony Grainger, 36, of Bolton, was shot in the chest during a Greater Manchester Police (GMP) operation in Culceth, Cheshire in 2012.
Judge Thomas Teague QC, leading the public inquiry, had asked for immunity for those giving evidence.
But Jeremy Wright said it would not be appropriate.
The inquiry, which starts on 16 January, will look at the police operation, the decision to send armed officers and any failures in gathering... read more

 
26 November 2016 in Regional, Views: 38
Source: BBC
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