UK court acquits cop of killing man during anti-G20 protest
Here's video of the murder in question. You can bet your bottom dollar if Ian was the one who did this to a taxfeeder in uniform he would have been found guilty. - Chris, InfoLib
LONDON - A police officer accused of killing a newspaper seller at anti-capitalist G20 protests in London in 2009 was cleared by a jury on Thursday in a case that raised wider questions about recruitment policies at the capital’s police force.
Police Constable Simon Harwood had been charged with the manslaughter of 47-year-old Ian Tomlinson who collapsed and died on the fringes of the demonstrations in central London.
At the end of a four-week trial at Southwark Crown Court the jury found Harwood not guilty.
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