Footage showing officer Z51's movements in the minutes following the shooting
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Mark Duggan inquest: Officer 'found gun behind wall'

A police firearms commander has told a court how he found a gun at the scene of the killing of Mark Duggan in London two years ago.

The officer told an inquest that he had searched behind a wall in Tottenham after hearing officers say that they couldn't find a gun that the victim was allegedly brandishing when Mr Duggan was shot.

Matt Prodger reports.

  • 02 Oct 2013
  • From the section UK
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