‘No criminality’ in Duggan shooting

The police watchdog investigation into fatal shooting of Mark Duggan has found no evidence of any criminal offence by the officers.

The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC), which has been investigating the 29-year-oldâ„¢s death, said on Friday, Å“We have found no evidence to indicate criminality at this stage.”

Dugganâ„¢s relatives, however, are angry about the revelations, saying they want officers involved to be prosecuted.

Å“Itâ„¢s been two years and we are now waiting for the inquest to get the answers to the questions we have about how and why Mark was killed,” said Dugganâ„¢s aunt, Carole Duggan.

Å“We expect those responsible for Markâ„¢s death to be prosecuted and for justice to be served,” she added.

This comes as the IPCC, which must decide whether to refer the case to prosecutors, has not yet interviewed any officers.

According to reports, the watchdog is set to submit its final report later this month.

The IPCCâ„¢s claims come ahead of the two-year anniversary of Dugganâ„¢s death in Tottenham, north London, which sparked a national wave of riots in the country.

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Republished from: Press TV