Hogan-Howe insists he did nothing wrong at Hillsborough as Met Police refuse to confirm or deny undercover tactics

Hogan-Howe insists he did nothing wrong at Hillsborough as Met Police refuse to confirm or deny undercover tactics
 

Met Police commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe has insisted he doesn't believe he did anything wrong when asked about his role at Hillsborough .
Mr Hogan-Howe, formerly Merseyside Police's Chief Constable before he moved to the Met, was in charge of the boys club – where families waited for news on their loved one – on the day of the disaster.
One of the first questions put to him on a live web chat organised by the Metropolitan Police today was whether he had any regrets over his role at Hillsborough, to which he replied: “Afterwards I tried to help at the boys club. Great confusion on... read more

 
29 September 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 25
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