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Daniel Morgan report cites police and prosecution flaws

The collapse of a trial of three men charged with committing one of Britain's most notorious unsolved murders has been blamed on failures by police and prosecution.

The conclusions are from a new report into the case of the murdered private investigator Daniel Morgan, killed in 1987 in Sydenham, south east London.

It said boxes of potential evidence were not disclosed to the defence.

Six investigations have failed to find Mr Morgan's killer.

The victim's brother, Alistair, spoke to BBC Wales after a meeting with the Crown Prosecution Service and Met Police to discuss the report.

  • 21 May 2012
  • From the section Wales